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John’s brain

John Hutchinson invites us to pick his brains. Fortunately for him, my David-Peters-Remote-Studies course on fossil analysis is progressing well and – hey, if it works for stone it should work for John’s grey matter. So I’m proudly present you with the cause of John’s ills … he’s got an anatomically correct, Wittonesque-nosed Tyrannosaurus lodged in his grey matter. I recommend he dangle something small and furry in front of his nose for a week or so, knowing that all dinosaurs find such synapsid bait simply irresistible.

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