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Now displaying: November, 2016
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.

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 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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