Monday, March 31, 2014


Well the Vengeance Team has something to admit, we forgot our own blog's birthday... HOW EMBARRASSING! So instead we are gonna make a big effing deal about recently breaking 100,000 page views!!!!

Celebrating for science! Or prehensile penises.....

We know many of our views come from those perverts googling "Prehensile Penis" or "Does your butt swell when..." but we are grateful and definitely still celebrating! To commemorate our big news, we want to look back on our 5 favorite blog posts, each representing a different perspective of Mary Anning's Revenge:

1) The Serious Piece:  Famous Amos and Marvelous Melvin

2) The Penis Piece: Utah's Cock Rocks

3) The AwwwWTF Piece: Squirrel Nuts and Guts 

4) The Awesome Dead Shit Piece: Macrauchenia

and finally,

5) The Paleo-Picasso Piece: The Paleosol Cupcake, Parts 1 and 2

Monday, March 24, 2014

This Winter in Paleontology

It's been about 6 months since we last discussed what's HOT in paleontology, and no we're not talking about radioactive dinosaur bones from the Morrison (uh though when we finally finish that post we totally will be). So while Amy's surviving Alaska's chilly spring she's gonna help us all warm up to the newest news in paleo and then all our readers will be oh-so-current with the state of affairs of all that really old dead stuff.
We've been busy blogging about boners, here's what's been going on in the meantime.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Awesome Dead Shit: Thylacoleo

Thylacoleo was a genus of carnivorous marsupials that lived in Australia from the Late Oligocene to the Late Pleistocene, when they sadly went extinct. This genera of triple-incisor meat-eaters ranged from about that of a large house cat to poop-your-pants-it's-a-lion in size. Thylacoleo carnifex (pictured above lying in child's pose) was the largest of the group, and was the biggest predator of it's day. Here we present some fun facts about this pouched lion and then we take our audience on a wonderful tour of recreated Thylacoleo art, oh goodie!!