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Sea Scorpions: Terrifying Predators of the Paleozoic
December 19, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

 Photo courtesy of wikipedia  https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Eurypterus_Paleoart.jpg   Eurypterids: you may never have heard of them, but you will come to fear them. They appear in the fossil record during the Ordivician Period, over 400 million years ago, and finally went extinct about 250 million years ago during the Great Permian Extinction. Because of their appearance, Eurypterids […]

Raptors – Group Hunters or Cannibals?
March 11, 2010 · 4 Comments

The question to answer is did dino-raptors live and hunt and feed in packs, like wolves? I’m biased. I worked on the movie “Jurassic Park,” consulting with the special effects artists. And the book “Jurassic Park” has references to my research. And…my first dig was excavating raptors near Bridger, Montana, in 1964. I was a […]

Live from the Field: The Smoking Gun
November 5, 2008 · 1 Comment

Kim Beck, a regular excavator with the HMNS team, looks for fossils eroding out at the surface. Our paleontology team – led by Dr. Robert Bakker – is back in Seymour, TX this week, digging for Dimetrodon at a site they’ve now been working for several years. (You can read more of what’s been found […]


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