Why does the spectacled bear have facial stripes? Or why do canids have relatively plain faces? In […]
On November 12, the Burke Museum held a new family event, “Amazing Animals“. Mammalogy joined the […]
We travelled to Knoxville for the 2017 North American Symposium for Bat Research! As always, we had […]
Ada and Leith have returned from a successful trip to La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica! This field […]
Former lab undergrad Kristin Campbell has just published her study on sea otter skull and bite […]
Our 2016 SICB Symposium A bigger picture: organismal function at the nexus of development, ecology, and […]
Grenada is a 344 Km2 island located in the Southeastern Caribbean. Despite its small size, it […]
In July, Jeff Riffell, David Villalobos and I went to La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica […]
Time flies when you’re having fun, or if you are catching bats around the world, which […]
We are thrilled to announce that our NSF collaborative proposal has been awarded! Together with the Dávalos lab […]
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