This spring, we are asking the public to take part in our annual survey – the Big Spawn Count – to help provide more of an insight into the amorous lives of toads and frogs. The first Big Spawn Count took place last year, working closely with Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) and Amphibian and Reptile Groups of UK (ARGUK), and provided some interesting findings, but we want to find out more about the importance of garden ponds for our native amphibians. Leer más.

I thought I’d continue on this stream of tyrannosaur biting and feeding posts, in part (obviously) because I want to continue promoting my research project (do please contribute if you can). However, it is also a rich area of research and a nice example of the kinds of detail that can be pulled out of the right kinds of exceptional specimens, coupled with some logic and looking at real world examples. Leer más.