PARAsitic DIversity, vectors, hosts and transfers in Early Cretaceous DInosaur-aSsociated vertebrates
A fresh look at Devonian, Early Carboniferous and Latest Cretaceous to Paleogene nautilid cephalopods from Belgium
Study of the evolution of the postcranial skeleton and locomotion of pelagic cetaceans
Cetaceans are the largest group of mammals that transitioned from land to sea. Their long evolutionary history produced a wide variety of whales, dolphins, and porpoises, characterized by a number of different types of predation and ecological niches.
Neogene Pinnipedia from Peru
Although all Phocidae, or true seals, have one common ancestor, the two living subfamilies are currently biogeographically separated. Members of the subfamily Phocinae are often dubbed “northern seals” while the Monachinae are referred to as “southern seals.”