Discoveries and Research
"...based on bone tissues, dinosaurs living within the Antarctic Circle were physiologically similar to dinosaurs living everywhere else." UPI Science News on new research into polar dinosaurs. More coverage at ScienceDaily.
Brian Switek writes about a new fossil of a Protoceratops that may have died in its tracks.
Around the Dinoblogosphere
Prehistoric TV Reconstruction Kitteh is back!
Want to contribute art to the upcoming Hadrosaur Symposium? Art Evolved has the scoop on how you can do that.
Jason Brougham writes, "Microraptor, therefore, may have had an elbow anatomy that was more or less like birds than in Deinonychus." Read more at his blog.
Learn about the Coelacanths of the ancient Kansan oceans at the RMDRC Paleo Lab blog, courtesy Anthony Maltese.
Hirokazu Tokugawa shares photos from the Löwentor Museum in Germany.
Dr. Matt Bonnan asks, "Who's Afraid of Evolution?" at Jurassic Journeys.
If you're going to join in the paleoart "orgy," practice safe... art. So says Andrea at Theropoda.
Nobu continues his posts on the British ornithopods.
It's incredible that this Mamenchisaurus started as a square of paper!
It's the work of Jared Needle, shared at Flickr.
Outrageously Off-Topic Indulgence
If you dare to peek into the deeply troubled mind of your gallant blogger... here's a song I made a few years ago with some buddies. I'd explain, but what's the fun in that?