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Dec 28, 2016

Interview with Dr. Eric Morschhauser, an Assistant Professor at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania who has worked with early birds, theropods and recently basal neoceratopsians.

In the news: Tickets for the new show "Dinosaurs in the Wild" are on sale, early dinosaurs had much more variation within the species than modern birds do, new information about dinosaur teeth, a behind-the-scenes look of the new National Fossil Hall, and more.

Also, dinosaur of the day Eustreptospondylus, a megalosaurid that lived in the Middle Jurassic in what is now England.

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Dec 21, 2016

In the news: A feathered dinosaur tail was found in amber, sauropod Agustinia ligabuei probably didn't have dermal armor, an Allosaurus skeleton sold in France for €1.1m while a dinosaur statue sold in Milwaukee for $11, a new mobile game featuring dinosaurs called Morphite was announced, the marsupial Didelphodon vorax may have eaten dinosaurs in the Cretaceous, and more.

Also dinosaur of the day Rugops, a theropod with a wrinkled face.

This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. Their books are available on apbooks.net and you can purchase their "coloring puzzles" on paleoartisans.com.

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Dec 14, 2016

Interview with Brad Jost, from the Jurassic Park Podcast. You can learn more about the Jurassic Park Podcast on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.!

In the news: New research shows that Microraptor and other early feathered dinosaurs may have been able to fly, sauropods' rear claws served an interesting purpose, fossils discovered in old gaurd rails, maybe dinosaurs were cold blooded after all, Dino Frontier and Durango offer new games for dinosaur fans, Disney's Animal Kingdom dinosaur ride is back open, and more.

Also, dinosaur of the day Gigantoraptor, an enormous oviraptor.

This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. Their books are available on apbooks.net and you can purchase their "coloring puzzles" on paleoartisans.com.

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Dec 7, 2016

Interview with Jesse Pruitt, digital preparator at the Idaho Virtualization Lab and technology specialist at Idaho State University. Check the Lab's Facebook, Sketchfab, or ResearchQuest pages. Or Jesse's ArtStation or Facebook page.

New research on the largest dinosaur track assemblage in South China, Roy Chapman Andrews in VR, Prince George's favorite dinosaur is T-rex, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Einiosaurus, a ceratopsian with a curvy nasal horn.

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Nov 30, 2016

Interview with Dr. Sean Gulick from the University of Texas, Austin. He and his team just finished creating a detailed model of the the enormous dinosaur killing impact after evaluating core samples that they took from the Chicxulub peak ring.

New theropods from Argentina, new dinosaur footprints from New Mexico, ceratopsians with "nose balloons", Stegoceras novomexicanum was probably unique enough to be it's own species, the new movie Kong: Skull Island may include a giant triceratops, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Centrosaurus, a ceratopsian that had small hornlets on its frills.

This episode was brought to you by Permia. Their creations are available now on their Kickstarter page or Permia.com.

This episode was also brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. Their books are available on apbooks.net and you can purchase their "coloring puzzles" on paleoartisans.com.

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Nov 23, 2016

Interview with Ari Rudenko, an experimental dance choreographer and director, whose latest work is PARA / AVIS Dancing with Dinosaurs. You can see Ari's work on his Youtube channel or on his Facebook page.

A new"mud dragon" dinosaur was found in China after a TNT blast, dinosaurs co-existed with their dinosauromorph ancestors longer than previously thought, a preserved oviraptor claw sheath, a voting dinosaur, Dinosaur Circus, world record coprolite collection, Dippy's tour stops, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Archaeopteryx, a very early feathered dinosaur.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

This episode was also brought to you by Permia. Their creations are available now on their Kickstarter page or Permia.com.

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Nov 16, 2016

Interview with paleontologist Dr. Daniel Chure and communications professional Thea Boodhoo, about their work on the Dinosaur National Monument's Digital Quarry project.

Young tyrannosaurs lived different lifestyles from their parents, find your own fossils in New Jersey or Alabama, Lusotitan may be a genus again, leaf eating insects give clues about a post-dinosaur world, were dinosaurs struck by lightening? And more. Also dinosaur of the day Saltasaurus, the first known sauropod to have skin armor (osteoderms).

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Nov 9, 2016

Interview with Peter May, Founder and President of Research Casting International.

A new Australian sauropod Savannasaurus elliottorum as well as the first sauropod skull from Australia were found, a "flock" of Avimimus, fossilized iguanodontian brain, Dinovember returns, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Edmontonia, a nodosaur found in the Edmonton Formation in Canada that had shoulder spikes.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Nov 2, 2016

A new pair of a 66-million-year-old dinosaur skin impressions in Spain, a Go Fund Me page to raise money to properly reveal the group of Utahraptor bones from a nine ton rock, the ankylosaur Liaoningosaurus may have eaten fish (not just plants), Worf and other Klingons from Star Trek may owe their iconic foreheads to dinosaur vertebrae, a new dinosaur museum is being planned by Rowan University,  Superman took a trip to "Dinosaur Island", and more. Also dinosaur of the day Barsboldia, a large hadrosaurid with tall neural spines.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Oct 26, 2016

Interview with Dr. Emanuel Tschopp, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Turin in Torino, Italy, as well as the author of numerous papers, one of the most well known being, a study published in 2015 about 81 sauropod specimens, which found Brontosaurus to be a valid genus again. You can find more of Dr. Tschopp's work at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Emanuel_Tschopp.

A new antarctic fossil preserved the oldest known bird vocal organ, Spanish researchers have found one of the youngest known titanosaur skin impressions, Jurassic World 2 news, dinosaur costumes showing up in even more places: combating creepy clown news, dancing through Hurricane Matthew, and practicing for an NFL game, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Brontosaurus, a sauropod whose name means "thunder lizard" and one of the earliest named dinosaurs that wasn't considered to be a valid genus for about 100 years.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Oct 19, 2016

Brazil has a new largest titanosaur Austroposeidon magnificus, another titanosaur from Argentina had a nasty bone infection, terracotta dinosaur heads were made in Eastnor Castle, a 360° video of the Jurassic Coast, an enormous titanosaur footprint was found in Mongolia, a review of a new game on the Oculus Rift called “Jungle Dino VR”, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Afrovenator, a megalosaurid theropod that lived in the middle Jurassic in what is now Niger.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Oct 12, 2016

Interview with Dr. Victoria Arbour a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Royal Ontario Museum/University of Toronto, Canada and an ankylosaur expert. You can follow her on twitter @VictoriaArbour

New study uncovers a link between skull ornamentation and giant theropods like T-rex, details about the director of Jurassic World 2, a new LEGO Jurassic World animated short, dinosaur sculptures, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Homalocephale (Prenocephale), a pachycephalosaurid that lived in the late Cretaceous in what is now Mongolia.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Oct 5, 2016

A new ornithomimid dinosaur called Rativates evadens, Wrapper Raptors, updates on the 9 foot block of Utahraptors, the new Transformers movie Transformers: The Last Knight, will have more dino-robots, six roadside dinosaur attractions in southern California; and dinosaur of the day Argentinosaurus, a titanosaur from Argentina, and one of the largest known dinosaurs.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Sep 28, 2016

The most accurate reconstruction of a ceratopsian to date thanks to preserved skin; Everybody is dressing up as T-rex; New dinosaurs in VR; Jurassic World 2 budget may have doubled; and dinosaur of the day Irritator, a spinosaurid theropod whose name comes from "the feeling the authors felt (understated here) when discovering that the snout had been artificially elongated."

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Sep 24, 2016

Interview with Dr. Brian Noble, author of Articulating Dinosaurs.

New carnivorous dinosaur Wiehenvenator albati discovered, Jurassic World 2 is officially a trilogy and will have open source dinosaur technology, custom dinosaur shirts, new games, new shows, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Vastatosaurus rex, a fictionalized version of T-rex from the movie King Kong.

This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

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Sep 14, 2016

Interview with Dr. Dave Varricchio from Montana State University about Troodon and dinosaur eggs.

New dinosaur footprints discovered in Australia while new dinosaur footprints are going on display in New Zealand, "Back to Dinosaur Island" 1&2 reviews as well as a new VR video of Dreadnoughtus, balloon-like dinosaurs made of clay, dinosaurs playing sports, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Raptorex, a tyrannosaurid that some think may be a juvenile Tarbosaurus.

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Sep 7, 2016

Several ancient tectonic plates were found beneath the Philippine Sea, a new video shows behind the scenes at Creature Technology, the company in Melbourne that makes robotic dinosaurs for museums and live shows, Jurassic World: The Exhibition is on the move from Melbourne and will be stopping at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia next, ASOS, a British brand, is selling wearable dinosaur tails, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Pachycephalosaurus, an ornithischian with a thick skull.

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Aug 31, 2016

Seattle's Burke Museum is getting a T-rex skull, the world's largest dinosaur toy collection, Leaping Laelaps, or Dryptosaurus is coming back to the New Jersey State Museum, a new TV series of Michael Crichton's Dragon Teeth is coming to the National Geographic Channel. Also dinosaur of the day Psittacosaurus, a hadrosauroid from Italy whose holotype has the nickname "Antonio."

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Aug 24, 2016

Interview with Dr. Ellinor Michel, who currently does research at the Natural History Museum, London, Department of Life Sciences, and chair of the Trustees and Management Board for Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs.

In addition to their website You can also find the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs on Facebook or Twitter. Or you can watch several films about them like The Lost Valley of LondonThe Seven Deadly Agents of Destruction, or check out the Emerald Ant who built a travelling version of their most iconic sculpture.

A discussion of Antrodemus vs Allosaurus, a couple of damaged dinosaur sculptures with a tough road ahead, and a family discovers an Iguanodon skull on the Isle of Wight. Also dinosaur of the day Rapator, a megaraptoran similar to Australovenator.

 

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Aug 17, 2016

Interview with Dr. John Scannella, interim curator at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana.

A new book by Michael Crichton about the Bone Wars will soon be published posthumously, an Oxford University Utahraptor needs a new home, and you can sleep with animatronic dinosaurs at Snorassic Park at the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. Also dinosaur of the day Byronosaurus, a troodontid that lived in what is now Mongolia.

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Aug 10, 2016

Interview with David Trexler, Cory Coverdell, and Kara Ludwig from the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center in Bynum, Montana.

Dinosaurs could see more shades of red than humans can, possibly meaning that they had red feathers or skin, X-ray scans find severe arthritis in a hadrosaur, the largest carnivorous dinosaur footprint ever was found, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Shantungosaurus, one of the largest known ornithischians.

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Aug 3, 2016

Interview with Thea Boodhoo and Dr. Bolorsetseg Minjin from the Institute for the Study of Mongolian Dinosaurs.

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A new Argentinian carnivore named Murusraptor barrosaensis is a close relative to Megaraptor, Paleontologists scan the most complete specimen of Heterodontosaurus tucki ever discovered at the European Synchrotron, Dr. Scott Persons revealed more details about his recent find named "Hannah" a possible Styracosaurus and Centrosaurus "missing link," drilling completes at Chicxulub crater's peak ring, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Baryonyx the smaller cousin of Spinosaurus.

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Jul 27, 2016

Interview with Cameron White, Head of Gallery Experience at the Royal Tyrrell Museum.

A new Argentinian carnivore named Gualicho shinyae, Paleontologists discovered the first facial tumor on a dinosaur from Transylvania, New research on the evolution of bird vocalizations gives insight into what dinosaurs may have sounded like, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Iguanodon, the second dinosaur ever named.

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Jul 20, 2016

Interview with Jewels Goff Education Outreach Programs Coordinator & George Jacob President of the Phillip J Currie Dinosaur Museum.

Antarctic Extinction Evidence may point to a second extinction even caused by the Deccan Traps eruptions, NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office is monitoring the skies for extinction-sized objects, Huge Dinosaur Trackway found in BC Canada, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Albertosaurus, T-rex's Canadian cousin.

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Jul 13, 2016

Movie review of Tammy and the T-rex, a low budget early 90s movie where a man's (Paul Walker's) brain gets transplanted into a robotic T-Rex; then his girlfriend (Denise Richards) tries to help him escape from his captors. Also, dinosaur of the day Carnotaurus, a large theropod with thick horns above its eyes

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