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Jurassic calamari: amazing fossil proves that flying reptiles preyed on squid

Jurassic calamari: amazing fossil proves that flying reptiles preyed on squid

An incredible fossil brought to light in a new research paper reveals the feeding habits of extinct flying reptiles. The beautifully preserved specimen is a Jurassic squid which has a broken pterosaur tooth actually embedded in its body – evidence of a violent interspecies struggle that took place 150 million years ago.

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Analysis of coral reveals long-term climate impact in Southeast Asia

Analysis of coral reveals long-term climate impact in Southeast Asia

Leicester-led research into coral reefs fringing the iconic island of Borneo in Southeast Asia has revealed the impact of cyclical climate patterns on the local marine ecosystem.

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First Dennis Field Award Triple Win

First Dennis Field Award Triple Win

At our Virtual Degree Day Celebration on 14 July 2020 the Dennis Field Award was for the first time presented to three of our graduating students.

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