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John R. Hutchinson
Evolutionary biomechanist. Big/awesome animals, dinosaurs, anatomy, locomotion, computer modelling, . ; . Views=mine
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Sarah McAnulty, Ph.D 17h
Paleontologists!!!! We need you for Skype a Scientist! We've got 5 classrooms over the limit of paleontologists we had available. Do you know a paleontologist who loves science communication? TAG THEM HERE!
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Laurie-Lu🌍 Jan 18
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 20
So old, but not 66 My old. :) Hearing that people use this for teaching is very satisfying.
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Jessica R. Glass, PhD Jan 20
New lineage of discovered in Indonesia!! Time to break out my fav gif 💙🐟
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 20
Clean water matters. Another conservation/environmental policy success story. from
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Emma Markham Jan 20
I'm currently traveling to a cattle conference and this diagram made me laugh do hard. Seriously, who is thinking about high-speed cattle? "Oh no, my cow is not aerodynamic enough! Does it need a spoiler?"
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Dr Alison Blyth Jan 20
Alas poor echidnas. Victims of western scientific ignorance and really bad nose jobs.
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 20
Replying to @JohnRHutchinson
Thinking about 1917 more, it was like a survival horror/postapocalyptic film rather than a Saving Private Ryan despite some plot parallels. If a zombie had lurched out of the no-mans land hellscape it would have fit in fine.
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 19
Biomechanists included!
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Savannah Olroyd Jan 17
I'm 3D printing some bat skulls for an exhibit for and the , and I think they just found the ugliest bats and decided to show them to the world. This is Mormoops blainvillei, a creature so unfortunate that it has the word 'oops' in its name.
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Katie Mack Jan 19
Climate change modeling has been pretty darn accurate for decades. Anyone claiming otherwise is trying to drown out the warning sirens so we’ll argue and doubt instead of taking action.
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Darren Naish Jan 19
Interesting video. It's sometimes said that can't keep the body raised off the ground while walking. Look. Not true.
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 18
Elephant parents. So loving. from
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MaduroDive Jan 18
Incredible footage by 👉🏽 The fangtooth, or ogrefish, has extra-long, sharp teeth and a face only a mother could love. 💕⁠
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 18
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Oh yeah and of course this is one to see on the big screen. Glad I didn't wait to catch this on an airplane; the visuals would have been lost.
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 18
Saw 1917, a good film. Nice to see an epic that doesn't overstay its welcome, at <2 hrs, and focuses on one personal story rather than OTT battle tropes. Stunning "one-shot" camerawork as everyone says. Good acting and some powerful scenes. Not much message but I am OK w/that.
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John R. Hutchinson Jan 17
Now (soon) on "More or Less" BBC Radio 4: how fast are crocodiles (and hippos)? AKA stay the heck away from the water:
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StandenLab Dec 4
This is a very cool movie of duck feet.
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James Maclaine Jan 16
This is why you should always pickle a shark tail first.
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🐝bee🐝 Jan 13
my girlfriend: what are you thinking about? me: nothing my brain:
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