We’re super excited to kick off Paleo Rewind 2022!
This collaboration of channels will be discussing palaeontological discoveries from each month of 2022.
Here at Prehistoric Australia, we dig straight into January.
Merry Christmas everyone!
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As channels upload their videos, we will provide links here so you can watch the full series of Paleo Rewind 2022:
January – Dec 20th
The video you seek is hiding in plain sight…
February – Dec 21st
March – Dec 22nd
April – Dec 23rd
May – Dec 24th
Ben G Thomas
June – Dec 25th
July – Dec 26th
August – Dec 27th
September – Dec 28th
Henry the PaleoGuy
October – Dec 29th
November – Dec 30th
December – Dec 31st
Final compilation video – Jan 1st
Special thanks to our Script Editor for this video: Kathryn Barnes
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Barr, WA, Pobiner, BL, Rowan, J, Faith, T & Du, A 2022, ‘No sustained increase in zooarchaeological evidence for carnivory after the appearance of Homo erectus’, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 119, no. 5, pp. 1-6, doi:10.1073/pnas.2115540119
Bouabdellah, F, Lessner, E & Benoit, J 2022, ‘The rostral neurovascular system of Tyrannosaurus rex’, Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 1-21 , doi:10.26879/1178
McCurry, M, Cantrill, DJ & Smith, PM, Beattie, RG, Dettmann, M, Baranov, V, Magee, C, Nguyen, JMT, Forster, MA, Hinde, J, Pogson, RE, Wang, H, Marjo, C, Vasconcelos, P & Frese, M 2022, ‘A Lagerstätte from Australia provides insight into the nature of Miocene mesic ecosystems’, Science Advances, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 1-11, doi:10.1126/sciadv.abm1406
Retallack, GJ 2022, ‘Ordovician-Devonian lichen canopies before evolution of woody trees’,
Gondwana Research, vol. 106, no. 1, pp. 211-223, doi:10.1016/j.gr.2022.01.010
Velazco, PM, Buczek, AJ, Hoffman, E, Hoffman, DK, O’Leary, MA & Novacek, MJ 2022, ‘Combined data analysis of fossil and living mammals: a Paleogene sister taxon of Placentalia and the antiquity of Marsupialia’, Cladistics, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 359-373, doi:10.1111/cla.12499
0:00 Introduction to Paleo Rewind 2022 (January)
1:02 T. rex facial nerves and lips (again)
2:45 ‘Meat made us human’ theory is wrong
4:12 Lichen ‘trees’ formed the first canopies
5:57 Oldest fossil marsupial
6:53 Rare fossils prove Australia dried out
9:00 Special thanks + Credits
9:38 References + Link to February video by Raptor Chatter