Mary Anning, Princess of Paleontology

Mary Anning started hunting for fossils in Lyme Regis in the early 1800s. Around 1811, she uncovered the complete skeleton of an ichthyosaurus. She made several significant contributions to paleontology, so why didn't she always get credit for her work?

Topics in this Podcast: Paleontology, science history, women's history, women, women's rights, women in STEM, biographies, British history, 19th century