Dr. Christen Shelton is an honorary research associate of the New Jersey State Museum, Paleohistology. He conducts research in histology, paleobiology and physiology. He also currently works at Rogers State University, Oklahoma, as an adjunct professor in biology and geology.
Shelton will share his knowledge of some "weird animals such as caseids" that he focuses his research on. Learn more about animals and reptiles that were common about 250-300 million years ago.