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Dimetrodon, Diplocaulus, and the Permian Treasure Trove
September 11, 2009 · 4 Comments

For the past month or so, it has felt very much like Christmas in the cave down in the basement (my nickname for our small but homely Paleontology lab). Recently, we opened a freshly recovered plaster jacket containing the arms of a great beast, the Permian finback Dimetrodon, and hope to exhume his ancient limbs […]

Darwin’s Pony…and the Bulldog Who Loved Horses
August 6, 2009 · 2 Comments

Count The Toes on Our Petrified Pony Folks stop and stare at our fossil horse.  It is cute in a coltish way, all gangly and long-legged. And it is dynamic – rearing up as if it just saw you and whinnying a “Hello!”  But sharp-eyed visitors take a second look. Our Merychippus demands a digital double-take. […]



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