23 January 2009


Too busy for a proper post, but if you click the photo above, you'll be taken to our flickr site, where I just uploaded about a dozen pictures from the filming of Dirty Jobs. More pictures next week, because friends, paleontology waits for no woman. We've had an extremely productive week, and just two short hours ago, we FINALLY got the North American Lion skull out of deposit 1. And let me tell you, it is a beaut. So once we're done basking in the glory of a job well done, we'll get back to blogging. Cheers!


Spencer said...

So when do I get to see the lion skull?...

Kirstine Steavenson said...

Video! Awesome! It's just like being there, but without the heat, cold and rank odor.
And why doesn't it occur to anyone that the lack of lions in the pits may be just because lions are smarter than other dire wolves, proving cats are smarter than dogs.

Or maybe that lions were solitary, and wolves and saber-toothed cats weren't, it's a peer pressure thing.

I'm just saying.