For the next month, the Journal of Zoology's special issue on paleoethology (the study of how extinct species behaved) is totally free to read (and download).
Just some (most) of the great papers available for free in this special issue:
- Because it's awesome: the latest research on dinosaur fighting styles
- Ammonites: how low could they go?
- How special (or not special) are humans compared to our hominid ancestors?
- Tyrannosaurus: an in-depth examination of its neck.
And much more. Download the papers that interest you, or download them all (or just read them online, if you're not an e-hoarder). This offer is only good for the next month, after which you'll need a journal subscription, or cash.