Tag Archives: Fossils

Edie Acaran

Your view of things depends on where you’re looking from. Continue reading

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In the brickpits of Sussex and Surrey

Saved from the fiery furnace! Continue reading

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Horshamosaurus

How would you like it if your name got changed every few years? Continue reading

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Misty

How much would you pay for a set of 150-million-year-old bones? Continue reading

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Triasacarus fedelei

An amber-preserved oldie Continue reading

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Roger de Boxgrove

A Middle Paleolithic view of Sussex life Continue reading

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On the naming of dung-stones

The geologist, mineralogist, and determinedly eccentric Reverend Willam Buckland (1784–1856) was the first to give a name to a type of fossil about which his colleague, Dr. William Wollaston, believed Georgian England would probably have preferred not to talk. You’ll … Continue reading

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