The comedy kings of the Cenozoic make their debut, but why were these Pleistocene predators so hard to identify?
Go on a taphonomic tour with gaming palaeontologist, Thomas Clements.
Scottish palaeontologist, Elsa Panciroli, talks about her upcoming book, how computers help model ancient ears, and more
The Mesozoic concludes as we explore the Cretaceous, and the most famous mass extinction in Earth’s history.
The interviews continue as we speak to self-trained palaeontologist, Cam Muskelly.
We catch-up with tea-loving palaeontologist Dr Emma Dunne.
Footprints reveal more about prehistoric life than you may realise.
Self-proclaimed nerd, Doctor Dan, speaks about his amazing time abroad and how his PhD panned out.
The man behind the biomechanics chats with us about his switch to palaeontology and his favourite dinosaurs.
How did the most heavily-protected fish thrive, and what caused their demise?