2018—Maiabalaena Press

37. Science Friday—How whales got their mouth bristles. LISTEN

36. Reuters—Ancient toothless whale was forerunner of modern cetacean giants. READ

35. Yahoo Finance—A fossil names after Burke Museum curator tells whale of a tale about evolution. READ

34. Gizmodo—Toothless, 33-million-year-old whale could be an evolutionary ‘missing link’. READ

33. Cosmos Magazine—Meet the gummy whale. READ

32. Quartz—Millions of years ago, whales lost all their teeth and sucked in their snacks. READ

31. PBS NOVA—This 33-million-year-old whale sucked up food like a giant vacuum. READ

30. Discover Magazine—Ancient whale without teeth or baleen explains evolutionary mystery. READ

29. Daily Mail—The ancient ‘missing link’ toothless whale that sucked squid into its mouth. READ

28. Science Daily—Whales lost their teeth before evolving hair-like baleen in their mouths. READ

27. New Atlas—Study suggests prehistoric whales may have sucked at feeding. READ

26. Rocket News—A fossil named after Burke Museum curator tells whale of a tale about evolution. READ

25. Smithsonian Magazine—Prehistoric whale jaw bone sheds light on the evolution of baleen. READ

24. Smithsonian NewsDesk—Whales lost their teeth before evolving hair-like baleen in their mouths. READ

23. Burke Museum Press—Newly-described fossil whale named after Burke curator. READ

22. EurekAlert!—33-million-year-old whale from Oregon had neither teeth nor baleen. READ

21. IFLScience—33-million-year-old toothless whale could explain the origin of baleen. READ

20. KFGO—Ancient toothless whale was forerunner of modern cetacean giants. READ

19. TheScientist—Found: Missing link in whale evolutionary history. READ

18. Source—Title goes here. READ

17. GreenReport—Le balene non avevano denti e i fanoni si sono evoluti dopo. READ

16. South China Morning Post—Prehistoric gummy-mouthed whale that slurped down squid was the ‘mother’ of modern sea giants. READ

15. NAAJU—An ancient toothless whale has been the precursor of the modern cetacean giants. READ

14. El Correo—Descubren en Oregón a la madre de todas las ballenas. READ

13. Wissenschaft—Wale: Erst zahnlos, dann kamen die Barten. READ

12. El Periódico—El eslabón perdido de las ballenas no tenía ni dientes ni barbas. READ

11. de Volkskrant—Verrassende stap in de evolutie van de walvis: ruim 30 miljoen jaar geleden had hij tanden noch baleinen. READ

10. EuropaPress—Las ballenas perdieron sus dientes antes de que exhibieran barbas. READ

9. O Globo—Cientistas descobrem fóssil de baleia de 33 milhões de anos — e ela não tinha dentes. READ

8. Tenemos Noticias—Ballenas de hace 33 millones de años no tenían dientes ni barbas para comer. READ

7. RemoNews—Whales lost their teeth before evolving hair-like baleen in their mouths. READ

6. ElmNews—كان الحوت من ولاية أوريغون البالغ من العمر 33 مليون سنة لا أسنان ولا بالين. READ

5. LatinOL—¿Es posible que una ballena de 33 millones de años no tenga dientes? READ

2018—Additional Press

4. Science Magazine—How ancient whales lost their teeth—and turned into the world’s biggest living filters. READ

3. Nature News—Toothless whale fossil fills gap in filter-feeding evolution. READ

2. My Northwest Local Radio—New species of dolphin has ancient roots int he Pacific Northwest. LISTEN

1. Burke Museum Blog—New species of fossil dolphin from the Pacific Northwest. READ


2017

3. Burke Museum Blog—From teeth to baleen: studying the earliest baleen whales. READ

2. Smithsonian Insider—Paleo-detectives energize great whale mystery: how and when baleen evolved. READ

1. Medium—Picture a paleontologist. What do they look like? READ


2016

3. Burke Museum Blog—Fossil whale on display at Burke Museum is a new species. READ

2. Burke Museum Blog—How and when, did modern dolphins evolve? READ

1. Burke Museum Blog—Unveiling Sitsqwayk cornishorum, a new stem mysticete. READ


2015

1. Burke Museum Blog—Working on an undescribed fossil whale. READ