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ANATOMY OF THE WORLD’S DEADLIEST BITE

This 2-meter mandible (from the private collection of Steve Etches) came from a decent-size pliosaur – somewhere in the 40-foot, 30-ton range. To me, what’s always impressed… Read more »

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I LOVE THE SMELL OF SKUNK IN THE MORNING.

As a child, I had an astonishing array of pets, a fact that undoubtedly helped contribute to my already warped imagination and would one day serve me… Read more »

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TRUNKO . . . even more mysteries.

A few months ago, a reader from the UK sent me screen shots from Wikipedia: shots which detailed my contributions to the “Trunko” cryptozoological debate (see my… Read more »

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OUTFOXED by Max Hawthorne

I was hiking in the woods of Connecticut, recently, accompanied by my brother and one of his closest friends. It became obvious that the two of them… Read more »

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE SEA MONSTERS GONE?

Someone recently posed a question to me. They asked: if any plesiosaurs or mosasaurs survived the K-T extinction event, shouldn’t their populations have exploded once more throughout… Read more »

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