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Ancient crocs

Millions of years ago, crocdillians came in all shapes and sizes, rivalling the dinosaurs. We interview Jon Tennant - Imperial’s Steven Irwin of the ancient croc world.

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Ancient 'Kite Runner' kept its young on a tether

Geologists have unearthed a 430-million-year-old fossilised creature that carried its young in pouches tethered to its body, like a stream of kites. Credit: Derek Briggs, Derek Siveter, Da

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Parasite mystery

Pentastomids, which live inside vertebrates, have been around for much longer than their hosts – so how did they live before? Dr Mark Sutton explains the latest findings. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 3 June 2015)

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When sponges ruled the Earth

Naomi Jordan explains what newly found fossils tell us about the creatures that dominated in the Ordovician period, 480 million years ago. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 13 May 2015)

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3D virtual fossil - Eupnoi

3D virtual fossil of an ancient creature belonging to a group called the Eupnoi. This one lived more than 300 million years ago. The Eupnoi belong to a group called the harvestmen, which are cousins of spiders, scorpions and mites

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