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3 months 3 weeks ago
Is this a good idea ?? https://t.co/eUUEXgL3TL
3 months 3 weeks ago
RT : BioArch Instrument Technician £31,076 - £38,183 pa (but it's for the love of BioArCh, not the money) https://t.co/3v74gDY0ST
4 months 3 weeks ago
RT : Great day with the 'Chicken Keepers Consortium' cluck cluck! https://t.co/yQBiF0clzh
5 months 2 weeks ago
RT : Are you a zooarchaeologist preoccupied by Lagomorphs? What better way to spend your weekend than applying for this! https://t.co/QHFvH2Air7
5 months 3 weeks ago
RT : . on our selection analysis on chickens (paywalled :( ) https://t.co/YyXuRwQdSS
5 months 3 weeks ago
RT : 900AD: why eat a scrawny chicken? 1000AD: Rome says you can't eat 4-legged meat, chickens a-ok. Fast food ensues! https://t.co/V57TvlJ2HS
5 months 3 weeks ago
RT : Chickens in popular culture: plaque advertising Cockspur rum, Atlantis Hotel, Bathsheba, Barbados… https://t.co/OtMcVTukiy
5 months 3 weeks ago
RT : . is talking about GMM and and shape change visualisation
6 months 4 days ago
RT : the is interesting! And thanks for the heads up about the Forest… https://t.co/zmUZnq9H6c
6 months 4 days ago
RT : the is interesting, the Norwegian Forest Museum (https://t.co/RhoqCOrMfd) has an ex… https://t.co/56Op4JPOJF
6 months 4 days ago
RT : My historical chicken knowledge has just shot up immeasurably! Thanks very much from https://t.co/Bfc5FOwm7Z
6 months 5 days ago
RT : Giant chicken has arrived. How are we going to put it back together? https://t.co/0VXtUVEFr6
6 months 6 days ago
RT : Dude! Stop! Don't deploy twitter in attempt to make the chicken song… https://t.co/MYehchZQFU
6 months 6 days ago
RT : What do you know about ? Find out more with ! Featuring a chicken song! https://t.co/Q9vI48ct5F
6 months 1 week ago
PDRA Holly will be talking about on BBC World Service Radio tonight. The Evidence: should we all be vegetarians? 6pm GMT
6 months 1 week ago
8 months 1 week ago
RT : Terrifying, isn't it? 😊 Henriette https://t.co/q96EWedsnl
8 months 2 weeks ago
Week 2 of the check out our "Dinnersaurus rex" blog and film https://t.co/mDgVxAZFWH
8 months 2 weeks ago
RT : In the early 1900s, American chicken farmers gave their chickens rose-tinted glasses to make them less aggressive. https://t.co/f3SztxUGRB
8 months 3 weeks ago
RT : My first bird skeletonisation is complete! 🐦Kinda sad, broken sternum and ribs where the little guy was run over. A… https://t.co/7og2GfDTI9

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