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Paige Madison Nov 24
The greatest coincidence in the history of science: today in 1859, Charles Darwin published his monumental book On the Origin of Species. 115 years later—to the day—the known as Lucy were discovered.
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Jurassic Coast Guide Nov 21
Finding beauty in the negatives of life...
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Lucy Campbell Nov 19
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Joe Moysiuk Nov 24
The Canadian rockies are full of ! Usually I focus on the , but the Eldon Formation just above it also boasts some beautiful , like this Zacanthoides.
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Montanaceratops Nov 26
Here are some in my collection I’ve gotten over the years. A thread.
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Ruhrpottjung⚒ Nov 25
Found a box of long forgotten rocks in the basement. Some among other stuff...
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Shane McEvey Nov 24
A new Middle Pleistocene Muridae species Uromys aplini Cramb, Hocknull & Price, 2020 published today in Papers in Honour of Ken Aplin eds Louys, O’Connor & Helgen
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Eveline Pinseel, PhD Nov 23
Celebrating little wins ... just sent an exciting manuscript (!, !, !) to my former PhD supervisors to get feedback, and now I go sit down and relax. 🥳
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Dr Elsa Panciroli Nov 24
is an ancient symbiotic organism: + / cyanobacteria. Algae & fungus are two of the oldest organisms on the planet, appearing >2.1 billion ya. The 1st lichen are 410 myo, but they probably forged their alliance long before, at the dawn of the Earth.
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ScottishGeology Nov 25
Well the cat’s out of the bag, Dr Katie Strang will be taking over our Twitter this Saturday 28 Nov 🤗 We’re super excited for her to give a virtual tour of the amazing geology in Fife. Tune in from 11-2pm📲
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LizM Nov 20
Replying to @lizmac39
The backs of the stones were interesting too
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Jen Bauer (she/her) Nov 23
Can’t pass up an opportunity to showcase our virtual . Check out Hexagonaria, the coral that weathers to Petoskey stones, in 3D: Big thanks to our museum techs for working on these digital fossils & to Adam for viewer development!
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Angus and Dundee GeoSciences Society Nov 20
There was an amazing poem about this! Could you provide us a link ?
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Geology at Sedbergh School 🌋🦖🌏 Nov 25
I kept a few things from my degree . Using my fossil drawings this morning as examples- A level are making some scientific drawings of , an important part of their Practical Endorsement ✍
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☠️ Cara Santa Maria ☠️ Nov 22
A team of paleontologists used CT scans and tissue samples to uncover evidence of parasites in dinosaur bones. 🦴
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Sonia Dunlop Nov 19
Replying to @EDFInetwork
The CEO of Soren Andreasen, who's 15 member banks committed to portfolio level net zero, total phase out of by 2030 and , "we hope we serve as an example for other investors, I hope you will join us". Will others join him between now and ?
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Palaeo-Electronica Nov 22
Do we count differently in rock than in sediment? New study experimentally tests methodological biases associated with lithification, finding mild effects on observed species diversity and composition. Gwen M. Daley and Andrew M. Bush
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Fossil Bonanza Nov 22
Very nice soldier beetle inclusion from the Baltic Amber. Original paper here:
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Erica Nielsen Nov 24
As if South Africa didn’t have enough wildlife cuteness the present day... it also has to slap this paleo-cuteness in my face 😭😭😭
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☠️ Cara Santa Maria ☠️ Nov 22
Dueling dinosaurs' fossil: Hidden from science for 14 years, could finally reveal its secrets!
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