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Karen Cooke 13m
Hey and people, anyone know anything about occlusal surface number/relief in teeth and diet reconstruction? I heard about it in a undergrad lecture but took no notes (I checked)🤦 I've found a few papers but not quite what I want...
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Thomas J. Salerno Jun 24
Every time I see a new fossil preparator job posted the description almost invariably says "Master's degree or higher is required." WHY?!? It didn't used to be that way. I have a BA and I learned my preparator skills in the laboratory not in a classroom.
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Brian Engh Jun 24
Replying to @BrianEngh_Art
I'm going to bring it over to to see if any of the ppl there can help.
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zam Jun 24
Last paper here i come
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The Red Jackal 2h
Looks like someone finally found my old work phone. Feck I’m old.
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Zoe the Bone Goblin 7h
Miocene or Pliocene Period fossil horse tooth from Florida. If you didn’t know, horses have a bizarre amount of hidden tooth real estate.
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Luca Mendieta Jun 16
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Dinoboy9999 ( Leon ) Jun 23
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Lyz ©️ 🍀 11h
Help Twitter Any help with identifying these from at elevation 905ft!
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🦖 Ramsey Deans : Graphic Art 🦖 4h
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Andy Farke Jun 20
A+ for content, C- for expecting praise when you grudgingly get on board with something you actively fought against for years.
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ellery! Jun 19
i know this is a niche tweet, but I'm just thinking about how the scariest 45 minutes of my life were the ones after i learned about wing-assisted incline running but before kindly assured me that deinonychus couldn't have accomplished it.
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RumpelPomm Jun 23
Can anyone out there answer a question for me: what are the theories on why non avian dinosaurs didn’t survive the extinction event but birds did? (Please don’t slaughter me if it’s obvious!)
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Thomas J. Salerno 10h
I sent off another application for a fossil preparator job this morning! It had a Masters degree requirement but a friend of mine urged me to apply anyway.
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Lisa Lundgren, PhD Jun 24
Good point by at the broader impacts discussion session: we are GREAT at talking amongst ourselves about d&i and Ed, we gotta get outside our bubbles. Let’s trap ‘em in their own sessions
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Zakariya Ali Sher 18h
"Could dinosaurs still exist in remote parts of the world?" Yes they do. We just call them "birds" now and they're actually pretty common. LOL. Now as for non-avian dinosaurs, that's another question entirely...
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NewMexicoNomad 23h
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Forrest Parkyr Jun 24
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Dr. Win 3h
Got the abstract submitted! Super excited to collaborate with on some based and
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Peter Roopnarine Jun 23
Finally arrived . Head ringing like a bell, bit happy to be here. Looking forward to some !
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