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A for people who are interested in paleontology, archeology, and anthropology. Pseudoscience, ancient aliens, etc. discouraged.

Recent Posts By Druvius (28) Posts by members only

Bronze and Iron Age settlements at Guletta in western Sicily. The zone between coastal and interior western Sicily contains a rich matrix of archaeological resources indicative of its changing importance and functions...
JoeB Sep 19 Sep 19 11
Baringochromis senutae, Baringochromis sonyii, and Baringochromis tallamae: Three new species of Cichlid Fish from the upper Miocene of the palaeolake Waril in Central Kenya. The tropical freshwater Fish family ...
JoeB Sep 18 Sep 18 22
Late Bronze Age trade between Sardinia and Cyprus. During winter 2019, thanks to an interdisciplinary collaboration, five more or less complete bowls of Sardinian origin were detected among recently excavated material...
JoeB Sep 13 Sep 13 22
New Therapod on the Isle of Wight:
BirdMan1 Sep 11 Sep 11 22
Adelophthalmus pyrrhae: A new species of Eurypterid 'Sea Scorpion' from the Carboniferous of Montagne Noire, France, which may have been capable of breathing air. Arachnids are the second most successful terrestrial ...
JoeB Sep 11 Sep 11 11
Investigating Mokarta, a Bronze Age hilltop settlement in western Sicily. The settlement at Mokarta is one of the most significant later Bronze Age sites so far discovered in western Sicily. Located on a prominent ...
JoeB Sep 10 Sep 10 11
"Mammoth Central?"
BirdMan1 Sep 8 Sep 8 44
New Evidence About Who Might Be Buried at Stonehenge:
BirdMan1 Sep 7 Sep 7 55
Online courses in Palaeontology. Over the past decade online learning has become a significant part of the education sector, enabling many people to study at home subjects that would only have been available in a ...
JoeB Sep 6 Sep 6 11
another dig at Shrewsbury castle!
Larimar Sep 4 Sep 4 00
Neanderthals adapted with climate change.
Larimar Aug 29 Aug 29 44
Look at this beauty. Absolutely stunning.
Jetty Aug 29 Aug 29 44
She started it all! 😂
Jetty Aug 26 Aug 26 33
Palaeontologists Discover a New Species of Dinosaur on The Isle of Wight DAVID NIELD AUGUST 2020 Say hello to a new theropod dinosaur species, Vectaerovenator inopinatus. Discovered after a series of serendipitous fossil finds on the Isle of ...
t1nick Aug 14 Aug 14 00
Reconstructing global climate through Earth's history 12 hours ago Syracuse University A key component when forecasting what the Earth's climate might look like in the future is the ability to draw on accurate temperature records of the past. By...
t1nick Aug 14 Aug 14 00
Ancient Genomes Suggest the Real Reason Woolly Rhinos Went Extinct By Cell Press on Aug 13, 2020 The extinction of prehistoric megafauna like the woolly mammoth, cave lion, and woolly rhinoceros at the end of the last ice age has often been ...
t1nick Aug 14 Aug 14 11
Now here's a unique reason to be against Evolution. :)
Surfpirate Aug 12 Aug 12 33
This is horrible. Is this article accurate?
Jetty Aug 9 Aug 9 77
For anyone interested in British Archeology and the BBC - Time Team TV series just go to YouTube and look up Time Team...
FrostyJim July 30 Jul 30 33
Who else is a TIME TEAM - BBC series fan? You can watch all 19 seasons on YouTube.
FrostyJim July 30 Jul 30 44
In a way sometimes the best science turns over your world view, and sometimes just confirms your feelings rationally. This seems an interesting look at something we kind of knew already.
Fernapple July 30 Jul 30 33
Siberia melting -
Allamanda July 26 Jul 26 33
Fossil trees -
Allamanda July 25 Jul 25 44
LINK Ancient stone tools suggest first people arrived in America earlier than thought
bobwjr July 22 Jul 22 33
This is a time and a place quite new to me, never even heard of it, a wonderful reminder of how rich history can be. I sometimes like to speculate about early island cultures, and if perhaps there could have been, in lands set apart by time and sea, ...
Fernapple July 22 Jul 22 33


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