Go ahead, zoom in. I dare you!
Check out 3D scans of actual specimens at the Idaho Museum of Natural History!
If, through some scientific malfunction, you found yourself transported 70 million years into the past, you might be safer from certain hungry reptiles than you think.
Our first guest in Ep 2, Dr. Kirk Johnson, demonstrates in the PBS series, Polar Extremes, the amount of carbon we leave behind from our cars...
Scavenging the fossil record for clues to Earth's climate and life.
Ever wanted the geologic info of the US at your fingertips?
Friend of the show, Gary Staab (Episode #5!), frequently collaborates with Ray's traveling exhibits, sculpting impressively accurate portrayals of prehistoric beasts.
Amy Atwater (episode #3!) and Meaghan Emery-Wetherell's blog celebrates women in STEM!
Get to know the faces behind the fossil discoveries! Meet paleontologists, hear their science stories, and learn about the ancient world on Fossil Friday Chats.
Come see where Ray makes magic! Ray Troll, a renowned scientific illustrator and paleoartist, lives in Ketchikan, Alaska and his home studio is truly a sight to behold.
Video by Hall Anderson, courtesy of the Burke Museum
A paleo-art workshop with artist Ray Troll and paleontologist Edward Davis curated by the Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon
Dinosaurs, paleontology, and archeology news sources for new discoveries
Go down this rabbit hole into deep time and you'll forget what time it is.