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Most highly intelligent mammals are dolphins...

Most highly intelligent mammals are dolphins. Dolphins are a widely distributed and diverse group of fully aquatic marine mammals. They are an informal grouping within the order Cetacea, excluding whales and porpoises. 21 more words

Science

What's That Swimming Towards Me? - Reblog

I recently took the decision to share some of my older blog posts in order to pad out this iteration of the blog a bit and get me back into the swing of things. 692 more words

Evolution

Norfolk Cetaceans - 13th September 2015

Three separate sightings of HARBOUR PORPOISE today:

Jacquie & Dave Bridges watched two for 15 minutes about a mile of Cley feeding then moving off west. 28 more words

Recent Sightings

Evolution: The Whale.

Resurrecting The Mammoth >

Darwin matters because evolution matters. Evolution matters because science matters. Science matters because it is the preeminent story of our age, an epic saga about who we are, where we came from, and where we are going.
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Science & Evolution

HOOK, LINE & SINKER (or 'The pitfalls of a mixed marriage')

OK, I want to confide in you now…

Two years ago I got married. And it was a very good wedding, you know, a nice short service and a small intimate reception, nothing fancy, just real nice. 1,429 more words

Comedy Fiction

Basilosaurus, the Bone Crushing Whale That Was Mistaken For a Lizard

Last week we saw this vertebra and lower jaws of Basilosaurus.

The history of Basilosaurus is intimately tied to Arkansas. Alabama and Mississippi may have claimed… 488 more words

Paleontology

Jan 15th show with Clara Engel and Cetacea

As the poster says: PWYC, Jan 15, 9pm, Johnny Jackson 587 College Street.

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