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The Messinian stromatolites of the Sierra del Colmenar (Western Mediterranean): facies characterization and sedimentological interpretation
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New Paratethyan dwarf baleen whales mark the origin of cetotheres
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A new specimen of Palvennia hoybergeti: implications for cranial and pectoral girdle anatomy in ophthalmosaurid ichthyosaurs
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Bite marks on the frill of a juvenile Centrosaurus from the Late Cretaceous Dinosaur Provincial Park Formation, Alberta, Canada
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A new tuskless walrus from the Miocene of Orange County, California, with comments on the diversity and taxonomy of odobenids
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A new tyrannosaurid (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous Menefee Formation of New Mexico
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A late surviving Pliocene seal from high latitudes of the North Atlantic realm: the latest monachine seal on the southern margin of the North Sea
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Osteology of a forelimb of an aetosaur Stagonolepis olenkae (Archosauria: Pseudosuchia: Aetosauria) from the Krasiejów locality in Poland and its probable adaptations for a scratch-digging behavior
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New records of the archaic dolphin Agorophius (Mammalia: Cetacea) from the upper Oligocene Chandler Bridge Formation of South Carolina, USA
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Short-tailed mice with a long fossil record: the genus Leggadina (Rodentia: Muridae) from the Quaternary of Queensland, Australia
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New Paratethyan dwarf baleen whales mark the origin of cetotheres https://t.co/cZWhbdEKes

My 1st publication w/ @JamesFParham @VelezJuarbeJ & @PaleoParadoX is available! Learn about the tuskless #fossilwalrus from the Miocene of #SouthernCalifornia, & the #evolution & distribution of fossil walruses! #FossilFriday https://t.co/kyh65DZ9Dp https://t.co/xgBxi9lKjr https://t.co/B4vizXnkhc

Bite marks on the frill of a juvenile Centrosaurus from the Late Cretaceous Dinosaur Provincial Park Formation, Alberta, Canada https://t.co/SX07U5PiwW

Our paper on three new ichthyosaur specimens from the Late Jurassic of Spitsbergen out in @thePeerJ now! Lots of cranial and pectoral material. With @SeaMonsters2013 @UniOslo_NHM https://t.co/9ycZCcIRjz

A late surviving Pliocene seal from high latitudes of the North Atlantic realm: the latest monachine seal on the southern margin of the North Sea https://t.co/KtunWobEDE

It's a new western North American tyrannosaurid so of course it's called Dynamoterror. Of course it is! https://t.co/nCcGP1dt9D Just in time for #SVP2018 (it's from New Mexico)!

Stagonolepis olenkae forelimbs https://t.co/MDvuX9v8ox via @thePeerJ

Some new stem odontocete info from @CoastalPaleo & Jonathan Geisler. Nice work guys! https://t.co/Xxh9vscGK7

Just in time for #FossilFriday #rodents #Leggadina @thePeerJ https://t.co/em41u0i6wD #Paleontology #Zoology

Inverse: "Paleontologist Who Named a Dinosaur 'Dynamoterror' Explains Why He Did It"
https://www.inverse.com/article/49777-dynamoterror-dynastes-tyrannosaur-dig

Smithsonian Magazine: "Newly Discovered Tyrant Dinosaur Stalked Ancient New Mexico"
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/newly-discovered-tyrant-dinosaur-stalked-ancient-new-mexico-180970491/