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Apr 19, 2017

In the news: Zhongjianosaurus yangi a 310g (11oz) raptor from the early cretaceous was found in China and resembles a mini velociraptor; Moabosaurus Utahensis a likely titanosaur also from the early cretaceous was found near Moab, Utah in a huge, shattered, bug-eaten bonebed; Camarasaurus may have had a beak; dinosaur Easter festivities; Barney's 25th birthday; Jurassic World 2 news; I Know Dino named to the top 10 dinosaur blogs; and more

Also, dinosaur of the day Omeisaurus, a sauropod that lived in the Jurassic in what is now China.

Check out http://iknowdino.com/omeisaurus-episode-125/ for links to every news story, all the details we shared about Omeisaurus, and our fun fact.

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Apr 12, 2017

Interview with Ariel Marcy, a biologist, PhD student, tutor, and creator of the educational game "Go Extinct!" through her startup STEAM Galaxy. Get "Go Extinct!" at steamgalaxy.com and follow Ariel's progress on her new games at aemarcy.com

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In the news: New tyrannosaur from Montana named Daspletosaurus horneri published with a description of crocodile-like sensitive lips, new crested theropod from China, a juvenile titanosaur from Brazil, CT scans of Murusraptor braincase,California is closer to getting a state dinosaur, Tyrannosaurs: Meet the Family makes it to North America, Hearthstone dinosaur expansion, a new dinosaur documentary, and more

Also, dinosaur of the day Majungasaurus, a large Abelisaurid that lived in the Cretaceous in what is now Madagascar.

Check out http://iknowdino.com/majungasaurus-episode-124/ for links to every news story, a full transcript of our interview, all the details we shared about Majungasaurus, and our fun fact.

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Apr 5, 2017

In the news: New largest dinosaur footprint found in Australia among 21 different dinosaurs' tracks, 6 of which haven't been seen before; A new large abelisaurid, Chenanisaurus barbaricus, was discovered in a Morrocan mine; evidence of more tyrannosaurs in Mexico; progress continues on the utahraptor project with a new jaw; Jurassic World 2 may have dinosaurs carrying weapons; Chinese police arrested egg thieves; and much more.

Also, dinosaur of the day Barapasaurus a nearly completely recovered sauropod that lived in the Jurassic in what is now India.

Visit http://iknowdino.com/barapasaurus-episode-123 for links to every news story, all the details we shared about Barapasaurus, and our fun fact.

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Mar 29, 2017

Interview with Dr. Thomas Hegna, Assistant Professor at Western Illinois University, who specializes in invertebrates, specifically arthropods; and Robert Johnson, Curator of the Geology Museum at WIU, and the artist who makes awesome dinosaur 3D prints look just like authentic fossils.

In the news: A new hypothesis reclassifies dinosaurs into Ornithoscelida & Saurischia, Hypsilophodons flocking in a low floodplain were buried alive over and over again, Dino eggs in Southwest Alberta, Jurassica gets a new grant, Hololens gets CGI Tyrannosaurs, dinosaur mini golf, new dino footprints, robotic dinosaur desk attendants, When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth out on bluray, and much more

Also, dinosaur of the day Lourinhanosaurus, the first known theropod to have gastroliths, and they probably aren't from eating an herbivorous dinosaur 

Check out http://iknowdino.com/lourinhanosaurus-episode-122 for links to every news story, a full transcript of our interview, all the details we shared about Lourinhanosaurus, and our fun fact.

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Mar 22, 2017

In the news: First picture from Jurassic World 2 released, massive crouching theropod print, details on a bloat and float hadrosaur, crocdylomorph eggs in a dinosaur nest, new ankylosaur armor and bones found in Hungary, "Dino factor" auditions in Nottingham, new dinosaur books, Archaeopteryx holotype is headed to Tokyo, new dinosaur monopoly tokens, Saurian is delayed for another few months, and much more.

Also, dinosaur of the day Gorgosaurus a tyrannosaurid from Alberta that has been found with tons of pathologies.

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Visit http://iknowdino.com/gorgosaurus-episode-121 for links to every news story and all the details we shared about Gorgosaurus, and our fun fact.

And please consider supporting us by purchasing our limited edition Allosaurus shirt courtesy of The Doodling Dino at https://teespring.com/iknowdino or get a kids shirt at teespring.com/iknowdinokids

Mar 15, 2017

Interview with Bruce Schumacher South Zone Paleontologist for the US Forest Service.

In the news: A massive set of footprints in Northeast Thailand may show group behavior in theropods, evidence that Lesothosaurus was an omnivore, preschoolers fundraising for dinosaurs, "She Found Fossils" book on Kickstarter, symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies scheduled for Portugal this fall, details on the Smithsonian Triceratops, a new T-rex bust from Chronicle Collectibles, new paleoart from James Gurney, and more.

Also, dinosaur of the day Daspletosaurus, a tyrannosaurid that lived in the Cretaceous in North America.

Check out https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino and help us keep the podcast going!

Visit http://iknowdino.com/Daspletosaurus-episode-120 for links to every news story, details on Daspletosaurus, and a transcript of our interview with Bruce Schumacher.

And please consider supporting us by purchasing our limited edition Allosaurus shirt courtesy of The Doodling Dino at https://teespring.com/iknowdino or the kids shirt at https://teespring.com/iknowdinokids.

Mar 8, 2017

In the news: New sauropodiform dinosaur Xingxiulong chengi, a dinosaur egg is getting prepped for display at Auburn University, a 12-year old girl found a massive Edmontosaurus, new dinosaur sculptures in Atlanta, Port Lympne and Singapore, the Field Museum has a pop-up bar/museum exhibit, full body tracking dinosaur VR at GDC, potential answers to why dinosaurs became bipedal, and much more

Also, dinosaur of the day Chasmosaurus, a ceratopsid with an adorable juvenile specimen recently found in Alberta.

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Visit http://iknowdino.com/chasmosaurus-episode-119 for links to every news story, pictures from Jurassic Quest and more details about Chasmosaurus.

And please consider supporting us by purchasing our limited edition Allosaurus shirt courtesy of The Doodling Dino at https://teespring.com/iknowdino or get a kids shirt at teespring.com/iknowdinokids

Mar 1, 2017

Interview with Nelio Bugallo, AKA Jaye Jurassick, a tattoo apprentice, and paleoartist. Check out his Jurassic Park toys & replicas on Etsy. Or check out his art on Red Bubbleneliobugallo.com, Facebook, and Instagram.

In the news: New Jurassic dinosaur Isaberrysaurua mollensis discovered, new insights into how the "Fighting Dinosaurs" fossilized mid-battle, more osteoderms, eggs & footprints, and much more.

Also, dinosaur of the day Suchomimus, a Spinosaurid from Niger, Africa.

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Visit http://iknowdino.com/suchomimus-episode-118 for links to every news story, details on Suchomimus, and a transcript of our interview with Nelio Bugallo.

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Feb 22, 2017

In the news: New dinosaur Cruralispenna multidonta, Finnish heavy metal dinosaur band, Kong: Skull Island won't have dinosaurs, Jurassic World 2 might have dinosaur rights activists, a dancing dinosaur, Barnum Brown's 144th birthday, new dinosaur preservation program in Nebraska, what kind of lips did dinosaurs have? Follow-up on hopping dinosaurs, and much more.

Also dinosaur of the day Mamenchisaurus, a sauropod with a neck that makes up half its body length.

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Feb 15, 2017

In the news: New titanosaur Triufosaurus leonarddi has been discovered, proteins recovered from the rib of a 195 million year old Lufengosaurus, new free dinosaur classes, crocheted dinosaur eggs, Hearthstone is probably getting a dinosaur expansion, more people in donsaur costumes, Ark: Survival Evolved is experimenting without tamed dinos, and much more.

Also dinosaur of the day Miragaia, a stegosaurid with a long neck.

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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Feb 8, 2017

In the news: New ceratopsid from Mexico called Yehuecauhceratops mudei, The first ceratopsid from eastern North America reported, Massive new dinosaur trackway in Northern British Columbia with sauropods, theropods, ornithopods and potentially a Therizinosaurus, The Ark of Craft: Dinosaurs mobile game review, T-rex weddings, rodeos and alligator feedings, DinoFest 2017, snow dinosaur sculptures, and much more.

Also dinosaur of the day Rajasaurus, an abelisaurid theropod with an unusual head crest.

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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Feb 1, 2017

In the news: Verification of the collagen traces from a Brachylophosaurus bone, The Isle of Wight has a new Mantellisaurus, Dragon Teeth is available for pre-order, Ark: Survival Evolved gets pokemon, students plead guilty to stealing fossils, Arkansaurus fridayi progresses towards state recognition, cats groomed to look like dinosaurs, and more.

Also dinosaur of the day Achelousaurus, a ceratopsid with bosses that make it look like it had its horns ripped off.

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Jan 25, 2017

In the news: Extreme cold may have wiped out the dinosaurs, My Pet Dinosaur trailer released, the American Museum of Natural History is getting an expansion, Monopoly might get a new dinosaur piece, Arkansas is hoping to have an official dinosaur, and more.

Also dinosaur of the day Aucasaurus, an abelisaurid that lived in the late Cretaceous in what is now Argentina.

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Jan 18, 2017

Review of Theodore Rex, a campy 90s buddy cop movie with Whoopi Goldberg and animatronic dinosaurs.

In the news: Footprints uncovered in New Mexico may show theropods hunting in a pack, several pieces of Ankylosaur news out of SVP, A bunch of new dinosaur songs, Dippy is packed up and ready for a roadtrip, and more.

Also dinosaur of the day Diabloceratops, a ceratopsian with two large horns coming out of its frill that are the "devil horns".

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Jan 11, 2017

In the news: Limusaurus started off life with teeth and when it grew up, replaced its teeth with a beak; dinosaur eggs took twice as long to hatch as previously thought; new dinosaur emojis being released in June; dinosaurs in Stardew Valley (a Harvest Moon like farming game); new VR game called "Ark Park" coming in 2017, and much more.

Also dinosaur of the day Malawisaurus, a titanosaur that lived in Malawi in Africa, during the Early Cretaceous.

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Jan 4, 2017

Mummified bird wings discovered in amber, tens of thousands of dinosaur tracks found in British Columbia, a sauropod blood pressure test, amazing dinosaur creations, and much more happened in 2016. Here are some of your favorites!

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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.

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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.

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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.

Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a map of dinosaur museums near you, and let us know if your favorite is missing!

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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.

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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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