Like every “what if the dinosaurs never died out?” Spec-evo project I’m aware of has been ruined by us figuring out stuff about Dino biology that made their starting premises wrong.
Hello wonderful humans! I moved to the West Coast of Canada a few years ago and am planning a trip to Alberta to see some beautiful bones, but there are several different museums in very different places that I could go to. I wonder if anyone has much experience with any of the museums in that province and what your experiences and/or recommendations you may be? Thank you!
Can any of you guys and girls link or suggest some Palaeontology books please, either by Palaeontologists or about Palaeontology, Thanks
I have always loved dinosaurs and I really want to get back into it as over the years I have lost the passion to get into palaeontology. I want to change this but where do I start how do I reignite my palaeontology.
I was wondering if you can still become a Paleontologist without completing high school?
Edit: I’m in Canada
Like I know several intelligent species emerged on Serina and in Hamster's Paradise. if any of them discover science and start investigating their worlds' history what will they think when they find the first Birds or the Rodents just came from no where, with no evidence of antecedent organisms they could have evolved from?
like suppose a sapient corvid species lived on Earth 5 million years ago, would we have any way of know if they died out well still in their equivalent of the stone age like the Babbling Jays did?
I’ve seen a lot of praise for the chapter, but I don’t understand why. I’m not in the age to get it yet, so can someone explain.