What would it mean to decolonise palaeontology? Here are some ideas
Nobody knows what decolonised palaeontology will look like but part of it must acknowledge Africa’s original fossil hunters, without&…
Ancient poop offers unusual insight into animal behaviour
Fossilised scat are palaeontological treasure troves
`It is perfectly possible that Homo genus evolved in Asia'
Bernard A Wood is University Professor of Human Origins at the Centre for Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology, George Washington University, USA.…
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'Preserving plant fossil is as important as protecting cultural heritage'
Palaeobotany, often dubbed as a soft science, is the branch of palaeontology that deals with the recovery and identification of plant remains …