A description of a new megachasmid collected from the Pyt Member of the late Eocene Søvind Marl Formation at Moesgård Strand in Denmark.
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There are a lot of articles that illustrate the applications of shark scans, but there is not much out there on how we scan shark specimens. This blog explains how!
A recent study has found the genes responsible for replacing shark teeth continuously throughout its life time. The interesting part is these genes are also present in humans.
Welcome to Brett Clark, our new Research Assistant, who's joining us for the last year of our grant. Check out some of his new videos!
Our research assistant, Alex Riley, is leaving us to pursue his career as a science writer. Thanks for all your hard work, Alex, and best of luck!
Our new paper has just been published!
Early development of rostrum saw-teeth in a fossil ray tests classical theories of the evolution of vertebrate dentitions
A fantastic meeting organised by Kate Trinajstic, with Moya Smith giving a talk on the enigmatic sawfish, Schizorhiza! The conference dinner at Melbourne Aquarium was a real highight.