Pterosaurs reached large sizes much earlier in their evolutionary history than we thought, as revealed by an exquisitely-preserved skeleton of a new species from the Isle of Skye in Scotland. … Continue reading Pterror of the Skyes
The last paper from the caenagnathid chapter of my thesis is now out! The paper is open access here. In 2018, when international travel was still a normal thing, I … Continue reading Nomingia no more
Hatchling tyrannosaurs would have been among the largest animals ever to hatch from an egg. They also would have looked a lot like their parents
I’m very pleased to announce that a major part of my PhD thesis was just published! The paper is Open Access, so you can read it here: Royal Society Open … Continue reading Say hello to Oksoko!
A major portion of my doctoral thesis was centred around untangling a taxonomic mess: how many species of caenagnathids are present in the Dinosaur Park Formation, and which specimens belong … Continue reading The Caenagnathids of Dinosaur Park