In our 155th episode, we got to chat with Dr. Matthew Lamanna, assistant curator at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History about field research in Antarctica and the mesozoic evolution of birds. You can learn more about his work at Antarctic Peninsula Paleontology Project, at antarcticdinos.org.
In the news: New dinosaur Matherodon provincialis was found with large scissor like teeth—strange for an herbivore; Update on Dinosaur Isle; New dinosaur exhibits, shows, costumes, sculptures, and more
Dinosaur of the day Appalachiosaurus, a large bipedal theropod carnivore from Alabama, USA
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