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December 19, 2012

Originally posted on EXPEDITION LIVE!:

Short answer, no.

Want to know more… by all means read on.

Today, colleagues from the University of Bristol, National University of Mongolia, Ohio University and I took aim at the doctor/patient confidentiality pact by publishing some very personal information on a research subject of ours.  Fortunately, I don’t think this particular patient is going to get their feathers ruffled about it.  Turns out, paleontologists are smarter than we often get credit for.  In fact, we’ve got this whole messy doctor/patient thing figured out… just work on patients that are already dead… in this case, for over 90 million years.

copyright Mark Anderson www.andertoons.com

copyright Mark Anderson http://www.andertoons.com

One fortuitous day, we got the chance to do just that.  The only good skull of a rare and whacky group of theropod dinosaurs known as Therizinosauria made the trek from Mongolia to the UK on holiday.  While there, UK paleontologists realized that the skull of…

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