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Now displaying: December, 2016
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.

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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.

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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.

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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