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The lab had a successful 2018 field season, having collected > 50 new specimens of Miocene-aged fossil mammals from Saskatchewan.

Field group photo
From left to right: Matthew Brenning, Danielle Fraser, Brigid Christison, Margaret Currie.
Looking for fossils in situ
Brigid, Margaret, and Matt have been taking samples for microvertebrate analysis and sorting through matrix by hand.

Ottawa paleontologists look for fossils at Grasslands National Park

‘Exciting and surprising’: 23-million-year-old mammalian bones found at dig site in Sask.

Blog post: Biting into the past

3D models of a polar bear tooth and a raccoon tooth.

Kieran and I with tusks
(SEAN KILPATRICK / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

 

CMN Press Release

Globe and Mail Article

Ottawa Citizen Article

Toronto Star Article

CTV News Video

CTV News Article

CTV News Article

 

Nature Scoop: Mammoth or Mastodon? Discover how to identify ancient tusks.

 

Blog Post: Discovering species on the shelves

Antlers Dani 1

 

Speaking at a symposium on Biodiversity and Conservation that was organized by the Beaty Centre for Species Discovery at the Canadian Museum of Nature. My talk begins at 5:18:00.