Palaeocast

A free webseries exploring the fossil record and the evolution of life on Earth.

http://www.palaeocast.com

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episode 103: Terror Birds


Dr “Dino” Degrange, joins us to talk about the anatomy and palaeoecology of the terror birds (Phorusrhacidae). Were they really that terrifying?


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 15 September 2019  41m
 
 

episode 102: Small Shelly Fossils


Part two: Dr Marissa Betts joins us to delve into the earliest Cambrian of Australia, explore its fauna and determine how these small shelly fossils fit into the global geological timescale.


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 01 September 2019  33m
 
 

episode 102: Small Shelly Fossils


Dr Marissa Betts joins us to delve into the earliest Cambrian of Australia, explore its fauna and determine how these small shelly fossils fit into the global geological timescale.


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 14 August 2019  42m
 
 

episode 101: Organic Preservation of Dinosaur Bone


We evaluate the preservation of original organic content in dinosaur bone with Dr Evan Saitta of the Field Museum of Natural History


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 01 July 2019  1h9m
 
 

episode 100: Tiktaalik


In this episode we speak with Prof. Neil Shubin, Professor of Organismal Biology at the University of Chicago, about the discovery of Tiktaalik and his use of developmental biology.


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 24 May 2019  39m
 
 

episode 99: Megalodon and Marine Megafauna


Dr Catalina Pimiento joins us to discuss everything we know about megalodon, its ecology and how it got to be so big!


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 15 April 2019  40m
 
 

episode 98: 10 Tons


Model maker Esben Horn joins us to discuss 10 Tons and the link between palaeontology and metal.


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 15 March 2019  45m
 
 

episode 97: Opsins



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 01 March 2019  51m
 
 

episode 96: Decapods



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 01 January 2019  52m
 
 

episode 95: Plants and Atmosphere


Prof. Jennifer McElwain discusses how fossil plants can be used as proxies to past climates


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 16 October 2018  27m