Jon is a PhD student at Imperial College London, investigating mass extinctions and biodiversity in geological time, as well as the origins and evolution of cute 'dwarf' crocodiles known as atoposaurids. He blogs at blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog and tweets (far too much) as Protohedgehog.
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- This ancient species discovery finally explains where river dolphins come from
- Step aside, Triceratops. There’s a cool new horned dinosaur in town.
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- Life will find a way ... even in the ocean's deadest regions
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