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Our short and to the point PRESSURISED version of episode 10. If you don't have time for the full episode and want to get right to the science without any of our waffle, this is the place to be!
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Tales of monsters persist to this day and there’s no better place to hide them than in the deep sea. We are joined by paleontology student and cryptozoology blogger Tyler Greenfield to look at some of the most famous sea monsters and see if there is any truth to the stories. We discuss megalodon, globsters, plesiosaurs/Nessie and all manner of strange carcasses that wash up from time to time.
Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or you own tales from the high seas on:
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A link to Beebe’s book, Half A Mile Down
You can find Tyler on Twitter @TylerGreenfieId
Papers on Helicoprion
- Jaws for a spiral-tooth whorl: CT images reveal novel adaptation and phylogeny in fossil Helicoprion
- Eating with a saw for a jaw: Functional morphology of the jaws and tooth-whorl in Helicoprion davisii
Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel (http://marvel.nu/)
#deepseamonsters #deepseacreatures #cryptozoology #thebloop #bloop #megalodon #paleoart #mermaids #globsters