Waterlogged Weblog

30 08 2007

Evolutionary transitions into and out of the water (imaginary or real) have been a hot topic on this blog lately, so I thought I would provide the links to some of the posts from the past year on that theme. Hopefully I’ll be able to cover icthyosaurs, mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, and other critters in due time, but for now here are some aquatic-oriented works to keep you occupied;

Scuttling the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis

Everyone back in the pool!: From artiodactyl to cetacean

Protosuchus

Alligators? In the sewers?

A different kind of White Shark

Carnivory in Hippos

You can bring a Rhipidistid to land but you can’t make it walk

Idiocy beyond belief: Sharks don’t have webbed feet!

Bluffing in crayfish arm-wrestling

Skimming for supper, or not…

Giant Swimming Sloths of South America

An Iguanodon with flippers


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