Progressive Palaeontology 2022 Lincoln

Each year the Palaeontographical Society contributes funding towards Progressive Palaeontology (ProgPal), a student-led conference that for many prospective palaeontologists provides an essential transition from undergraduate

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The Rutland Ichthyosaur

Last year the Palaeontographical Society contributed funding towards the excavation of the largest ichthyosaur ever discovered in the UK. In this blog palaeontologist and lead

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Hippos were once found roaming the British countryside. 100 years ago we published a series of monographs by Sidney Reynolds on Pleistocene Mammals, including hippos. Here's the impressive skull of one from Barrington, now in @SedgwickMuseum

Beautiful information centre with some rare gems, alongside beautiful modern art reconstructions by @MarkWitton

On the #SVPCA2022 field trip with @cpdinosaurs


Absolutely stunning 🀩 at Crystal Palace for #SVPCA2022 with @cpdinosaurs

Has a real feeling of when dinosaurs ruled the Earth!
Plus other prehistoric fauna of course πŸ˜‰

Waterhouse put behaviour into the sculptures!
We had some living dinos too !

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