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You can predict how rabbits run by looking at their skulls (using this one weird trick!)

I have a new paper out today in PeerJ: “Ecological correlates to cranial morphology in leporids (Mammalia, Lagomorpha)”, with coauthors Brian Kraatz, Emma Sherratt, and Nick Bumacod. 2,617 more words

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Aquilops wants to play

Here are three fun things to do with Aquilops, in descending order of how much gear they require.

1. Print your own Aquilops fossil. 527 more words

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My early Christmas present: a dead corn snake

A friend’s daughter owned a pet corn snake, and a hamster. About a month ago, the former got into the latter’s cage — and in a reversal of the usual course of such events, sustained some nasty injuries. 383 more words

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How bigsmall was Aquilops?

If you’ve been reading around about Aquilops, you’ve probably seen it compared in size to a raven, a rabbit, or a cat. Where’d those comparisons come from? 534 more words

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Reconstructing the skull of Aquilops

As I mentioned in my first post on Aquilops, I drew the skull reconstructions that appear in figure 6 of the paper (Farke et al. 1,104 more words

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Please welcome Aquilops americanus

Today sees the description of Aquilops americanus (“American eagle face”), a new basal neoceratopsian from the Cloverly Formation of Montana, by Andy Farke, Rich Cifelli, Des Maxwell, and myself, with life restorations by Brian Engh. 639 more words

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