by Rafael Silva do Nascimento and Piter Kehoma Boll
- Xenoceratops, the “alien” horned dinosaur found in Canada.
- New Iguanodontid found in coal mine in Spain, story from a national news website.
- Homo (Sans) sapiens: Is Dumb and Dumber Our Evolutionary Destiny? The lack of natural selection is starting to make us loose our sapiens!
- Life abounds in Antartic lake sealed under ice. Salty, cold and dark, but still cozy to some bacterial pals.
- Coming Soon: A Field Guide to Mesozoic Birds. Matthew Martyniuk talks about his upcoming unorthodox bird-watching book
- Review: All Yesterdays (Conway, Kosemen and Naish). SVPO overview on this new that might change the way we look at the past.
- Enter the hyperparasites -wasps that lay eggs in wasps that lay eggs in caterpillars. Ed Yong tells us about this parasite inception.
- What Makes a Paper Useful? Andrew Farke talks about what all researchers want .
- Palaeotherium magnum by Roman Yevseyev, magnific realistic recreation of this ancient ungulate.
- Cervus elaphus cherskii by Margarita Panova, her gallery in deviantArt is full of marvelous depictions of extinct cervids. Really worth take a look.
- Dsungaripterus by Michele The Sea, a bat-esque reconstruction of this pterosaur that gave it an life-like atmosphere.
- Ornithomimus by Paul Heaston, following the latest researchs on ostrich-like dinosaurs.
- Great green macaw (Ara ambiguus) by namu-the-orca. This gallery is known for the cetaceans pictures, but also shows that the talent is not restricted to them.
- Forearm orientation in Hadrosauridae (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) and implications for museum mounts. Now the museum mounts must match the footprints.
- Empirical determination of physical controls on megafaunal footprint formation through neoichnological experiments with elephants. Giants used to study giants.
- Vocal Imitation in Parrots Allows Addressing of Specific Individuals in a Dynamic Communication Network. So Parrots mock each other to say “hey, I’m talking to you!”
- Heards Overhead: Nimbadon lavarackorum (Diprotodontidae), Heavyweight Marsupial Herbivores in the Miocene Forests of Australia. It’s like a fat giant koala on the trees!
- A genetically distinct lion (Panthera leo) population from Ethiopia. And you though we already knew everything about lions.