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Fossil Huntress

Musings in natural history meant to captivate, educate & inspire. Deepen your world.

  • Based in Canada
  • Roughly seven posts per week
  • First post on

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Oct 2023 15
Nov 2023 12
Dec 2023 19
Jan 2024 32
Feb 2024 22
Mar 2024 17
Apr 2024 27
May 2024 27

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Most recent posts

ETHELDRED BENETT: ENGLISH GEOLOGIST & PALEONTOLOGIST
In the early days of paleontology, men were men, and women, quite frankly, were not paleontologists, geologists, members of the Royal Society nor welcome in a male dominated science community. Until they were. And sometimes …
On , by FossilHuntress, 63 words
HUMPBACK WHALES: GWA'YAM
Look deep into the knowing eye of this magnificent one. He is a Humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, a species of baleen whale for whom I hold a special place in my heart. Baleens are toothless …
On , by FossilHuntress, 67 words
METASEQUOIA: A LIVING FOSSIL
Autumn is a wonderful time to explore Vancouver. It is a riot of yellow, orange and green. The fallen debris you crunch through send up wafts of earthy smells that whisper of decomposition, the journey …
On , by FossilHuntress, 74 words