Bruce S. Rubidge

Bruce S. Rubidge

Johannesburg

University of the Witwatersrand

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Published on Jun 14, 2021

We are making progress with the discoveries made on our filed trip in 2020. Fossils discovered are being prepared up and Julien Benoit has raised a grant to have some the specimens scanned at the Synchrotron in Grenoble in France. Volcanic ash sampl...

We are making progress with the discoveries made on our filed trip in 2020. Fossils discovered are being prepared up and Julien Benoit has raised a grant to have some the specimens scanned at the ...

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Published on Mar 23, 2020

How to find fossils in the Karoo? Video

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Published on Mar 23, 2020

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Published on Mar 23, 2020

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Published on Feb 29, 2020

We are in the field!

We are in the field!

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Published on Apr 20, 2019

More about Viktor

More about ViktorViktor and I were interviewed by Aron some time ago: In addition of being a great researcher, he his also a great paleoartist whose drawing made headlines ! Check out his wonderful...

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Published on Apr 19, 2019

In his last video, Aron also showed a picture of one of our Italian colleague, Marco Romano, who is working on Tapinocaninus, a dinocephalian from the middle Permian. Here is the National Geographic report : http://www.nationalgeographic.it/scienza/2...

In his last video, Aron also showed a picture of one of our Italian colleague, Marco Romano, who is working on Tapinocaninus, a dinocephalian from the middle Permian. Here is the National Geographi...

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Published on Apr 18, 2019

For those who want to know more about the exciting research Aron has presented in his last video, here are some papers you can refer to:

For those who want to know more about the exciting research Aron has presented in his last video, here are some papers you can refer to:About gorgonopsids: https://theconversation.com/new-fossil-fi...

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Reply to:Nelson ViegasNelson Viegas
This was definitely a team work effort. Dave was the first to find bone in a pebble-lag layer. Julien followed the pebble-lag on some distance and eventually it was Kevin who joined him and found some boulders with bones inside at the bottom of the hill. The skull was on the top of the hill.
Reply to:Nelson ViegasNelson Viegas
Thank you. This is a dicynodont, a mammal-like reptile with a beak and two tusks. It would have looked like this: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/93/KingoriaDB.jpg