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World-renowned Nature Photography Competition Announces 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winner

Posted: October 18, 2017 - 13:33 , by admin
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Photo of Rhino with it's horn removed.

South African photographer Brent Stirton was named Wildlife Photographer of the Year by a panel of international judges for his image Memorial to a Species. Mr. Stirton’s winning image of a black rhino, killed by poachers in South Africa’s Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park, was chosen from among almost 50,000 submissions from around the world. 

Early Tourist Photography at Niagara Falls

Posted: September 19, 2017 - 12:00 , by admin
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Black and white tintype photo of four men sitting on a cart in front of Niagara Falls

By Victoria Abel, M.A.

Visiting Zuul

Posted: July 12, 2017 - 09:37 , by admin
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Photo of two people looking at a big block containing rock and a dinosaur fossil

Team Zuul had a chance to go check out progress on the belly block at Research Casting International a few weeks ago.

Erasing Mankind’s Heritage: the Monuments of Palmyra and their Devastation

Posted: June 15, 2017 - 16:02 , by admin
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bomb going off in desert.

Taking off Zuul’s jacket

Posted: May 19, 2017 - 15:15 , by admin
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Introducing the Zuul Preparation Blog Series: Robin Sissons is a technician at Research Casting International, as well as a scientist with an MSc from the University of Alberta on ankylosaurs. Robin will be working on preparing Zuul’s belly from its encasing rock over the next few years. Stay tuned for updates from Robin on her progress as she works on this 15 000 kg block of rock and fossil!

Tokummia, a new fossil species from the Burgess Shale traces origin of ants, millipedes and lobsters.

Posted: April 26, 2017 - 13:00 , by admin
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Students working at fossil site on the mountain side.

Guest Blog by Cédric Aria, recent PhD graduate from Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary, UofT, who was based at the ROM. Currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology.

Three cheers for Burgess Shale’ newest oddball animal, a worm with waving “arms”

Posted: January 30, 2017 - 20:00 , by admin
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By Jean-Bernard Caron, Senior Curator of Invertebrate Palaeontology, Royal Ontario Museum 

Mystery of conical fossils solved, after 175 years

Posted: January 11, 2017 - 13:57 , by admin
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Student holding shale slabs with fossils.

My name is Joe Moysiuk, I am a 20-year-old undergraduate student at the University of Toronto enrolled in both the departments of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Earth Sciences. I am excited to announce that a research paper which I am lead author of, titled Hyoliths are Palaeozoic lophophorates, has recently been published by the journal Nature This paper was based primarily on newly discovered fossils housed in the ROM’s invertebrate palaeontology collections.

GIF the ROM! - Updated

Posted: September 9, 2016 - 12:35 , by admin
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Let's have some fun with a #ROMgif contest!

A Different Kind of Mezcal Worm: The Story of a Leech, a Manatee and Biodiversity Conservation

Posted: August 29, 2016 - 08:57 , by admin
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Photo of a leech against a white background

Blog by Roegan Vetro, ROM Biodiversity Gallery Facilitator