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29th Jan 2012Posted in: Featured 0

Lost Land of the Dodo Anthony Cheke and Julian Hume Uninhabited by humans, the Mascarene Islands of the Indian Ocean were once home to an extraordinary range of birds and reptiles: giant tortoises, parrots, skinks, geckos, burrowing boas, flightless rails and herons, and, most famously, dodos. But the discovery of the three isolated islands in [...]

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 [...]

Seychelles
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.

China
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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