Palaeo After Dark

A group of fresh faced scientists have biweekly informal discussions about evolutionary biology and palaeontology... over beer.

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Podcast 6 - Space Ducks

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Podcast 5 - Pikaia Pikaia Pikaia

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Podcast 4 - Wreck of the E.F.

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Podcast 3 - Growing Pains

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Podcast 2 - Clocklike Clocks

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Podcast 1 - The Interpretive Dance

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Podcast 0 - Taphonomy is a Process

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