This blog was forged in the fires of procrastination on the 15th day of December 2013, in a vague attempt to give the internet the latest palaeontological news in a gentlemanly, informal setting. Think a gentleman’s club, but with more dinosaurs and fewer musty leather chairs. For a better introduction, read this.
More about the authors:
I’m currently a masters student at the University of Bristol. I have a broad interest in the biomechanics, functional morphology and evolutionary trends of archosaurs. In Layman’s terms, dinosaurs and crocodiles are awesome. I’m working on the digital description of a juvenile ichthyosaur (Hauffiopteryx typicus). I also am a regular partaker in Bristol Improv Soc (I think I’m funny), as well as video games, general literature and music (guitar/ukulele).
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I’m also a master’s student at the University of Bristol. While I enjoy anything palaeontological, I find systematics particularly interesting, which apparently makes me weird. I also have a soft spot for Palaeozoic fish, because someone has to. Outside of palaeontology I enjoy singing (I sing in The University of Bristol Barbershop Singers) and music generally (I play the ukulele and the clarinet).