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Love and War among Ichthyosaurs – How aggressive were “Fish Lizards”?

Just how mean and nasty were Ichthyosaurs, the most fusiform of marine reptiles, especially when it came to their own kind? And was any inter-species aggression related… Read more »

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Hunting Endangered Species? Not a Fan!

Some years back, I got into a confrontation in my local gym with a hunter who – hearing how I did a great deal of saltwater fishing… Read more »

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Super Predator Identified?

It may soon be time for the mighty saltwater crocodile, Crocodylus porosus, to relinquish its title as the world’s largest living reptile. But to whom? Who is… Read more »

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THE GARRY LIIMATTA SEA MONSTER – Have we Identified This Mysterious Creature?

One of the most famous sightings of an unidentified sea creature happened in May of 1969, when angler Garry Liimatta was headed out of Kyuquot Channel, from… Read more »

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Solving the Mystery of Why Tyrannosaurus Rex Had Such Tiny Arms.

The mystery of why Tyrannosaurs – and Tyrannosaurus rex in particular –  had such tiny arms, has been a focal point of paleontological discussions for going on… Read more »

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