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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

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Now displaying: May, 2015
May 28, 2015

Dinosaur news, including discovery of the first dinosaur fossil in Washington state, a chicken that grew the face of a dinosaur, what dinosaur meat tasted like, Jurassic World news, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Gallimimus, a fast-running ornithomimosaur whose name means "chicken mimic."

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May 19, 2015

Dinosaur news, including discoveries of two new dinosaurs, Chilesaurus diegosuarezi and Yi Qi, a new study on how to tell male and female stegosaurs apart, Jurassic World dinosaurs will be played by people, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Allosaurus, a large theropod whose name means "different lizard."

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May 11, 2015

Interview with Amaury Michel, winner of our I Know Dino podcast who has been on two dinosaur digs, one in Wyoming and one in Alaska. Also, dinosaur of the day Carcharodontosaurus saharicus, a large theropod found in Africa.

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May 4, 2015

Review of two places that showcases animatronic dinosaurs: Field Station Dinosaurs in Secaucus, NJ, and BBC's arena spectacular, Walking With Dinosaurs. Also, dinosaur of the day Giganotosaurus carolinii, Carcharodontosaurid (theropod) that may have been bigger than T-rex.

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