Rhamphorhynchus – Well Preserved Fossils Tell Stories

Rhamphorhynchus was a long-tailed pterosaur who lived 150 million years ago. The name Rhamphorhynchus translates to “beak snout”. It was…

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A Year in Review Celebration for National Wildlife Day

Happy National Wildlife Day! A year ago, we published our first blog post, about the Masked Bobwhite Quail. Since then,…

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Kiwi Birds – The Honorary Mammal of New Zealand

Kiwi birds are a member of the ancient group of flightless birds called the ratites. That means that they’re related…

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