Press blurbs about our work:
What can ancient dog poop reveal about an ecosystem? Massive Science.
(Note: There may have been some miscommunication regarding the age of these coprolites, which seems to have caused confusion among readers! Like the bones, they are between five and six million years old. The last of the Borophagus bone-cracking dogs went extinct around 2 million years ago, but these poops were deposited by an earlier Borophagus species. Still an incredible find!)
Life in Los Angeles was brutal for saber-toothed cats. Popular Science.
Saber-toothed cats paid a stiff price for lunch. The New York Times.
(Note: If you have visited La Brea Tar Pits, then you probably know that saber-toothed cats were not tigers...)