Monday, 8 August 2011

Mammal Jaw Movement

A number of our mammal jaws recently took a trip to Japan.  Over there, Dr Tom Rich used some fancy scanning equipment to image partially prepared mammal jaws from the Victorian Cretaceous.
I am starting to hear rumours that the gracile jaw I found and the tiny one that Gerry found are "very interesting".  Hopefully Tom will tell us all about it at the Field Report presentation.  We're just about ready to lock in Sunday 16th October for this, so crew members and friends should save the date.

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