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Episode 177 – Neanderthals. Not exclusively the big-game hunters that I'd thought. But suffering from low populations, and with some evidence of being outbred by Homo Sapiens, the current Common Descent is a deep dive into all things Neanderthal.
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The common descent podcast: Episode 176 – Hadrosaurs
Episode 174 – The Mesozoic Marine Revolution: The seas of the Paleozoic Era were quite different from today, and between them, there was a great ecological transition. Will and Dave discuss the complexities, mysteries, and lasting impacts of the Mesozoic Marine Revolution.
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Common Descent Podcast: Episode 173 – Herbivores (Plant-Eaters)
Fossils suggest this Triassic long necked reptile kept being decapitated
submitted 4 months ago by ActuallyNot from cosmosmagazine.com
For this years' croc month, we have Will on Marine Crocs!
submitted 5 months ago by ActuallyNot from commondescentpodcast.com
Will and Dave have a new episode out: Geologic Dating, which is not the singles scene for earth scientists.
Common Descent Podcast: Monotremes
submitted 6 months ago by ActuallyNot from commondescentpodcast.com
Fossils reveal the long-term relationship between feathered dinosaurs and feather-feeding beetles
submitted 7 months ago by ActuallyNot from phys.org
Scientists discover fossils of oldest known potential pollinators, pushing back pollinators to 280 million years ago from 120 million years ago.
submitted 8 months ago by ActuallyNot from theguardian.com
Late Cretaceous Monotreme tooth, and part of jaw found ... In South America.
submitted 8 months ago by ActuallyNot from livescience.com
Neanderthals Hunted and Butchered Massive Elephants 125,000 Years Ago
submitted 9 months ago by ActuallyNot from smithsonianmag.com
Climate: Lessons from the latest global warming
submitted 9 months ago by ActuallyNot from sciencedaily.com
This dinosaur might have used its feet to snag prey in midair like modern hawks
submitted 9 months ago by ActuallyNot from sciencenews.org
The Dinosaur Footprint Found in England is 166 Million Years Old
submitted 9 months ago by ActuallyNot from ulukayin.org
An ankylosaur larynx provides insights for bird-like vocalization in non-avian dinosaurs
submitted 9 months ago by ActuallyNot from nature.com