Paleontology in the Field: Expedition Mongolia

Ever wonder what it’s like doing fieldwork in paleontology? Now’s your chance to find out (No, I’m not sending you on a dig). Visit the Royal Tyrrell Museum to get first hand reports on a paleontological dig in Mongolia. The site is updated every couple of days with new info from the field…

6 Responses

  1. “No, I’m not sending you on a dig”
    You’re such a tease! Now I have to go and unpack…

  2. Dirty old man that I am, I see they found an expert with a doctorate who is ALSO a hot Russian or polish blonde to accompany them. Heh Heh… A very healthy young lady……..

  3. Note that, despite my apparent sexist attitude, I am sending this link on to my granddaughters as an example of what is possible for young woman to aspire to if they are willing to work hard enough.

  4. Thanks a lot for the link to this really good site – but what on earth is a hedgehog (in one of the images) doing living in a land that clearly has no hedges? But seriously, the way they make their dig and its progress accessible from such a remote spot is a good initiative on their part.

  5. And how would you be able to hedge your bets without a hedgehog?

  6. And how would you be able to hedge your bets without a hedgehog?

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