Today is a pretty important day for me. Arguably my entire life has been leading up to this moment, ever since I first laid hands on a toy dinosaur at two years old. Today, at the grand age of 22, I have officially published my first scientific paper! And it's a (relatively) big one.
It is becoming increasingly obvious that the Kem Kem beds of Albian/Cenomanian Morocco contain a far higher diversity of vertebrates than initially believed. Particularly notable is the ever-growing number of pterosaurs known from the site. First we had the coloborhynchid Siroccopteryx, then the ever-numerous azhdarchoids became prominent, with the azhdarchids A