Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week

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Mike and Matt are dinosaur palaeontologists, and they mostly work on the biggest and best of all the dinosaurs: sauropods. Even though they live 5,000 miles and eight timezones apart, every now and then they get together to visit museums and gather insights, photographs and notes for new scientific papers. You can help to make that happen!

You can read about their work — and lots of other things — at their blog Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week: svpow.com
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Mike and Matt are dinosaur palaeontologists, and they mostly work on the biggest and best of all the dinosaurs: sauropods. Even though they live 5,000 miles and eight timezones apart, every now and then they get together to visit museums and gather insights, photographs and notes for new scientific papers. You can help to make that happen!

You can read about their work — and lots of other things — at their blog Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week: svpow.com

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$1 or more per month

If you donate to SV-POW!, you get ABSOLUTELY NOTHING in return. We give you our cast-iron guarantee you will get nothing that non-patrons don't get. The only reason to do this is because you want to support what we're doing.

Formal acknowledgement
$5 or more per month

We will mention you by name in the acknowledgements to the first paper that gets written as a result of a research trip that you help to fund. Your name in the permanent scientific record. That's a kind of immortality, right?