Joined: Jan 23, 2020
Riley has been a fossil fanatic since the time she was knee-high to a Stegosaurus. Her evolution into a science writer and amateur paleontologist was only natural. A prolific writer, Riley wrote her popular Laelaps blog for publications such as WIRED, National Geographic, and Scientific American for more than a decade. Riley also freelances for a variety of publications—from National Geographic to Slate—and writes books.
10 Ways to See the Dinosaur in a Bird
8 Foods on the Actual Paleo Diet
11 Amazing Facts About Alligators
Swimming with Giant Sloths
Sloths aren’t the most impressive swimmers. When today’s two- and three-toed sloths take a dip, they bob along in an awkward doggy paddle. But there used to be sloths that evolution had specifically adapted to be at home in the water. Over the course of f
Will We Ever Be Able to Clone Dinosaurs?
When I was a little dinosaur fan, all I wanted was a pet dinosaur. An Apatosaurus would have been choice—big enough to be impressive, but not especially likely to eat me. But that’s never going to happen. As much as I hate to say that science will never s