Some good stuff there wasn’t space for in newsletter No. 16.
Writing tagged: ‘mammals’
Newsletter No. 15: ‘Darwinian associations’
…everything has a Darwin connection!
Newsletter No. 12: ‘A comparatively free man’
A poorly Darwin writes to his cousin • links and book recommendations • the evolution of the eye
Newsletter No. 11: ‘Give that man a medal!’
A contentious gong · loads of links · book recommendations · Alfred Russel Wallace’s missing ‘L‘
Newsletter No. 9: ‘Time flies’
Stolen notebooks · DNA barcoding · butterflies · Mary Anning · flowers · cool videos · insects · snakes · mammalian evolution · book reviews
In which I rather naively try to photograph bats in my back garden.
Ida: on second viewing
This morning, I decided to watch the Ida documentary again, trying to imagine my reaction had I known nothing about the hype.
No, no, no! I said, "Let's SEX up this Darwinius press release!"
Darwinius fossil plays the sax shock!
I was delighted to see a couple of brown hares boxing in the field in front of my house this morning.
Vole piss detection
How kestrels track voles!
Kiss me, cat!
'Bizarre' new mammal discovered
23-Sep-1832: Darwin discovers a ‘rhinoceros’
…for which, read ‘giant ground sloth’ or ‘Megatherium’.