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Behind the Science: Eva Stewart
Museum PhD student Eva researches deep-sea animal biodiversity in the Pacific Ocean.
The Cretaceous Period: What was Earth like before dinosaurs went extinct?
The Cretaceous Period is famous for ending with a massive asteroid impact, but what was our planet like in the millions of years before that?
Fossils of whale ancestors reveal the path to becoming Earth's largest mammals
Whales started becoming big early in their evolution – and kept going for millions of years.30 March 2023
Dinosaurs may have had scaly 'lips' to protect their teeth from damage
Rather than keeping them permanently exposed, like crocodiles, a new study suggests the teeth of theropods would have been kept behind lips.30 March 2023