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Wasp-Infested Dinosaur Eggs and the Science of Paleontology

Can you concieve of a nastier discovery in your fridge than a rotting egg? How about a rotting egg full of maggots? So then why are paleontologists Jorge Genise and Laura Sarzetti so enthused by their recent discovery of the fossilized remains of a … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather

To kick off this blog, I wish my fellow Canucks a happy Canada Day this July 1! So have you heard? Life is getting increasingly set-in-stone (pardon the pun) for us paleoartists, as paleontologists continue their relentless chipping and chiselling … Continue reading

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