Check out some articles from past issues of Fossil News.
The Cambrian in North America
...why did all the modern phyla of animals explode onto the scene at the beginning of the Paleozoic Era?
Tracking in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
...southern Utah has a spectacular record of the footprints of prehistoric creatures.
Hugh Miller's Old Fish Story
...this Scottish fossil hunter discovered many piscine remains in the Devonian sediments of his homeland.
An Unplanned Trip to Lyme Regis
...a fossil fan from Wyoming explores the old stomping grounds of Mary Anning.
The Green River Formation
...Eocene lakes once straddled the Wyoming/Utah border and produce wonderful fossil fishes.
...a look at the vegetation that fed the dinosaurs.
The Mazon Creek Nodules
...concretions formed in 300 million-year-old Illinois coal swamps yield flawless plants and insects.
And Mom Says Fossil Collecting is Boring!
...the adventures and misadventures of a midwesterner in the desert.
...a close look at a fabulous trilobite.
Hungry Hollow, Ontario
...a weekend excursion in search of Devonian invertebrates.
...tips from a master on making your finds look their best.
The Antwerp Area in Belgium
...one of our European subscribers tells of Pliocene shells that can be found near his home.
...a close look at the role of regulatory genes in speciation.
Where Have all the Mammals Gone?
...an enquiry into the Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions.
Fossils of Barton-on-Sea, England
...a wonderful spot for collecting Eocene marine invertebrates.
View from a Throne in Dinosaur Country
...philosophizing while collecting dinosaur bones in the Utah desert.
...the quest for the unusual fossil of a Miocene rhinoceros entombed in basalt.
Cinderella to Prima Donna
...the odyssey of a Devonian horseshoe crab.
The Diminutive Cretaceous Fauna of Rufe Snow
...microinvertebrates from Texas.
In Bolivia the Bulls Have Them: of tracks and things
...a trip to some remote dinosaur footprints high in the Andes.
Brain/Body Allometry in Dinosaurs
...what can brain size tell us about dinosaur metabolism?
Art of Paleocatastrophe
...how paleoartists have portrayed catastrophic events in life's past.
Cycads: Living Fossils
...an introduction to some fascinating plants that have survived for 300 million years.
Social Behavior in Dinosaurs
...our changing view of these fabulous saurians.
What is Cladistics?
...how do you sort through the jargon of phylogenetic systematics?
Fossil Monitor Lizards
...one fabulous African specimen and what it tells us about the history of the group, which includes today's Komodo Dragon.
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