The Dodo
2nd Oct 2010Posted in: Featured, slider 4

Many spectacular island terrestrial vertebrates have disappeared over the past few centuries – a minutia in terms of geological time – yet the pitiful epitaphs of these vanished species comprise frequently just a few bones and a handful of inadequate historical accounts. Prior to the discovery of sufficient skeletal material, Strickland & Melville in 1848 […]

2nd Oct 2010Posted in: Expeditions 0

Mauritius is best known for its sunny climate and idyllic beaches, but it was once home to a variety of endemic plants and animals. The most famous was the Dodo Raphus cucullatus, and this bird has become a true icon of extinction. The island has now lost almost its entire fauna, and only about 1% […]

20th Sep 2010Posted in: Expeditions, Featured, slider 0

The Seychelles comprise five main volcanic islands situated north of Madagascar in the south-west Indian Ocean.

Comoros Archipelago
20th Sep 2010Posted in: Expeditions, Featured, slider 0

The Comoros Archipelago comprises four main volcanic islands situated between Mozambique and Madagascar at the north end of the Mozambique Channel.

19th Sep 2010Posted in: Expeditions, Featured, slider 0

This trip centered on Pterosaur research in Beijing and I managed to get time off to see some sites.

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