The story of how a fossil promised to revolutionize evolutionary theory, yet was not what it seemed.
Bear Dogs of the Amphicyonidae
A short review of the infamous amphicyonids, better known as the ‘bear dogs’, including a look at their place in ecosystems, hunting, evolution and extinction as well as some other details.
The ‘shark-toothed’ theropod dinosaurs that were supremely adapted for killing and grew to immense sizes.
Coelacanths and their living examples the Latimeria
How coelacanths were once a part of evolutionary theory, and how the discovery of living examples revealed the truth of the matter as well as how these ancient fish really lived.
A look at how entelodonts have been portrayed over the years with a review of the theories that may answer some of the questions about these strange beasts.
False sabre toothed cats - the nimravids and
An article about the members of the Nimravidae and the Barbourofelidae, better known as the ‘false sabre-toothed cats’.
In depth information about the mosasaurs, marine reptiles that during the Late Cretaceous went from humble coastal dwelling lizards to become the fearsome apex predators of the world’s oceans.
Detailed facts and information about the Ornithomimosaurs (bird/ostrich mimic dinosaurs) including, diet, appearance, behaviour, adaptations and classification.
Pack Hunting Dinosaurs
A look at some of the fossils and dig sites that may suggest pack hunting behaviour in dinosaurs, including the larger theropods.
Prehistoric sharks through The Ages
An overview of the prehistoric sharks of the ancient world, from Elgestolepis of the Silurian to C. megalodon of the Oligocene to Pleistocene. Information includes body forms, time periods for each species, and predator/prey interaction for the different kinds of sharks.
Pterosaurs - An Overview
The biology of pterosaurs and an explanation of flight characteristics and lifestyles for different kinds of pterosaur.
The super specialised theropod dinosaurs that have confused and interested everyone in equal measure.
Terror Birds of the Phorusrhacidae
A look at the hyper carnivorous birds that were once the apex predators of the America's.
A brief review of a very specialist group of marine reptiles that lived during the Triassic, including their evolution, adaptations, behaviour and extinction.
The most famous group of theropod dinosaurs of all time that grow to a range of different size, crush bones with their bites, and some of which are known to have had feathers.