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The big dinosaur podcast. News, interviews, and discussions about dinosaurs.

The big dinosaur podcast. News, interviews, and discussions about dinosaurs.
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The big dinosaur podcast. News, interviews, and discussions about dinosaurs.

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Episodes

Procompsognathus - Episode 185

6/13/2018
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This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Velociraptor185 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules This week we speak with John Hutchinson, a professor of evolutionary biomechanics at The Royal Veterinary College. He is leading the Dawn Dinos project, he worked on T. rex Autopsy, and he can be found on Twitter @JohnRHutchinson In the news: Dinosaurs may have originally evolved beaks so that they...

Duration:01:03:43

Segisaurus - Episode 184

6/6/2018
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This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Dinosaur184 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: The newly discovered Bagualosaurus may help to fill in missing information about early sauropod evolution; A Spinosaurus toe bone shows some evidence of aquatic behavior from a young age; New dinosaur tracks in Lake Powell, Utah; The mobile game Jurassic World Alive was released; Newsweek...

Duration:00:38:37

Proceratosaurus - Episode 183

5/30/2018
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This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Giveaway183 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules This week we interview Elizabeth Rega, professor of Anatomy and associate vice provost for academic development and academic affairs at Western University of Health Sciences. She's also a consultant for the animation and gaming industries, and has worked on projects including Disney's Dinosaur. In the...

Duration:01:12:07

Monolophosaurus - Episode 182

5/23/2018
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This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/WinMe182 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: Researchers find that large dinosaurs didn't sit directly on their eggs, allowing contact incubation without crushing their babies; An excellent new specimen the important early sauropodomorph Buriolestes was discovered; Hundreds of cretaceous tracks in Coahuila, Mexico were modeled using...

Duration:00:43:57

Archaeornithomimus - Episode 181

5/16/2018
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This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/MyDino181 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In our 181st episode, we got to chat with Ansley about her great dinosaur sculptures. You can see her work on her Instagram accounts ArtbyAnz and mcdansley or on Facebook at ArtbyAnz In the news: a new spinosaur bone from Brazil shows evidence of aquatic behavior earlier than previously known, The skull...

Duration:00:52:04

Nipponosaurus - Episode 180

5/9/2018
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This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Sculpture180 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: An amazingly well preserved Iguanodon relative named Bayannurosaurus perfectus was discovered in China; Two new ankylosaurs named; Over 300 new dinosaur tracks found in China; Theropods ate using a "puncture and pull" method; new Jurassic World puppet details; new exhibits, movies, and...

Duration:00:51:40

Microceratus - Episode 179

5/2/2018
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In our 179th episode, we got to chat with Tony Campagna about his amazing dinosaur toy collection. He's @thedinogeek on Instagram. And creator of the Facebook group Plastic Paleontology which will soon also be a book. In the news: A tyrannosaur was found in western North America with bite marks that may indicate cannibalism; A new small dinosaur/bird from Northeastern China; Details on the 10,000 dinosaur tracks at Cal Orcko in Bolivia; A map with every dinosaur discovery location in the...

Duration:01:17:24

Sinoceratops - Episode 178

4/25/2018
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In the news: A Juvenile diplodocoid femur exposed in the rock-wall at Dinosaur National Monument appears to have bite marks; Calcium isotopes in dinosaur teeth appear to show that spinosaurs ate more fish than their contemporary theropods; A new unnamed dinosaur has been reported from a recent excavation in Cerra Guido, Chile; dinosaurs being sold; dinosaur costumes; new Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailers; and more Dinosaur of the day Sinoceratops a large ceratopsid dinosaur from...

Duration:00:55:05

Hoplitosaurus - Episode 177

4/18/2018
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In our 177th episode, we got to chat with Ethan Pettus author of Primitive War, a sci-fi novel about the Vietnam War and dinosaurs that was published in early 2017. In the news: A new dinosaur found in China named Anomalipes—think Gigantoraptor, but about 2% of the size; Lufengosaurus appears to have developed an abscess, likely after a bite by a Sinosaurus; Three sets of dinosaur tracks were found on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, the first set was published; A new material inspired by...

Duration:00:58:28

Stygimoloch - Episode 176

4/11/2018
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In the news: A new paper demonstrates ceratopsians probably didn't evolve horns to recognize each other; An outlandish paper claims that dinosaurs may have accidentally poisoned themselves; A possible young T. rex is being excavated by students at the University of Kansas; The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences unveiled a clutch of oviraptorosaur eggs; Lots of summer dinosaur activities were announced; New Jurassic Park and Jurassic World toys; And much more Dinosaur of the day...

Duration:01:06:21

Metriacanthosaurus - Episode 175

4/4/2018
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We got to chat with Dr. Brandon Peecook, the Meeker Postdoctoral Fellow at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. His research includes the earliest known relatives of dinosaurs. He's been on expeditions in Africa, Antarctica, and all around the U.S., and in 2015, he published the first account of a dinosaur in Washington state. Follow him on Twitter @_gondwannabe_. In the news: A new megaraptoran dinosaur named Tratayenia rosalesi was discovered in Patagonia; Luxembourg has...

Duration:01:12:38

Agustinia - Episode 174

3/28/2018
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In the news: Arkansaurus fridayi is officially a new dinosaur; Barurusichids weren't outcompeting theropods in Brazil as previously thought; Two birds from the early Cretaceous may have flown via a combination of flapping and "ballistic phases"; Early birds may have been too heavy to incubate their eggs; Singapore may have dinosaur fossils; An unidentified theropod skeleton will be auctioned in the Eiffel Tower in June; A fire destroyed the T. rex at the Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience in...

Duration:00:36:07

Kosmoceratops - Episode 173

3/21/2018
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We got to chat with Brittney Stoneburg, the marketing and events specialist at Western Science Center and co-founder of Cosplay for Science. We discuss the existing and upcoming dinosaur exhibits at the Western Science Center and lots of other topics. You can follow her on Twitter @brittandbone and on Instagram. In the news: A rare baby bird smaller than 2 postage stamps from the Cretaceous was found; A new study shows that Archaeopteryx was capable of flying; The "little Iguanodon" from...

Duration:01:05:40

Sauroposeidon/Paluxysaurus - Episode 172

3/14/2018
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In the news: New ankylosaur described from China named Jinyunpelta sinensis is the earliest ankylosaur with a well-developed tail club—100 million years old; A "nestling-sized" Edmontosaurus was found in Montana representing the smallest Edmontosaurs found to date; Fossils from New Jersey may turn out to be a tyrannosauroid braincase and leg; a new video of Claire Dearing from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom; Universal announced a Pokemon Go style Jurassic World game called Jurassic World...

Duration:00:45:52

Bactrosaurus - Episode 171

3/7/2018
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We got to chat with Sabre Moore, director at Carter County Museum in Ekalaka, Montana. Since starting work at Carter County Museum, Sabre has expanded the museum, worked with other museums for outreach, and established the annual Dino Shindig. In the news: A new Archaeopteryx specimen replaces the Haarlem specimen which was recently reclassified; Researchers got birds to run to study how dinosaurs may have moved; Arizona may be getting a state dinosaur; New Triassic fossils in Bears Ears;...

Duration:01:09:53

Auroraceratops - Episode 170

2/28/2018
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In the news: New dinosaur species from Mongolia Avimimus nemegtensis; The first unambiguous Triassic dinosaur from Utah; new dinosaur exhibits, movies, toys, and more Dinosaur of the day Auroraceratops, a neoceratopsian whose name means "dawn horned face." This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which makes beautiful and realistic dinosaur sculptures, puppets, and animatronics. You can see some amazing examples and works in progress on Instagram @trxdinosaurs And by the...

Duration:00:34:19

Epidexipteryx - Episode 169

2/21/2018
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We got to chat with Shaun Keenan, a concept artist in the video game and animation industries, and the creator of the upcoming book, Dinosaurs of the Wild West In the news: New sauropod from Siberia named Sibirotitan and not Sibirosaurus like we had guessed; A new biogeographical model shows how dinosaurs moved and evolved; Utahraptor is one step closer to being Utah's official state dinosaur; The Bureau of Land Management is requesting public input about the boundaries of Grand...

Duration:00:58:21

Glacialisaurus - Episode 168

2/14/2018
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In the news: A new way to date dinosaur bones; The Chicxulub impact may have caused a huge magma outflow; Dinosaur and other animal footprints were found near NASA's Goddard Space Flight center; Arizona may have a state dinosaur soon; New information about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom; new dinosaur finds, attractions, and much more Dinosaur of the day Glacialisaurus, a sauropodomorph from Antarctica whose name means "icy lizard." This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs,...

Duration:00:38:37

Xenotarsosaurus - Episode 167

2/7/2018
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We got to chat with Dr. Alexander Hastings, @Dr_CrocoGator, who researched dinosaurs in comic books and who works as the assistant curator of paleontology at the Virginia Museum of Natural History. In the news: A new Egyptian titanosaur Mansourasaurus fills in a huge gap in our knowledge; Jurassic World is getting a live arena show; The iconic Flintstone house in Hillsborough, California, has some new dinosaurs; and much more Dinosaur of the day Xenotarsosaurus, an 18ft (5.4m)...

Duration:00:54:26

Minmi - Episode 166

1/31/2018
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In the news: New Jurassic dinosaur, Caihong juji, with iridescent "rainbow" feathers found; researchers discover a unique type of air-sac-bone; a new taphonomy study on Edmontosaurus supports herd behavior; and much more Dinosaur of the day Minmi, a relatively small Australian ankylosaur This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which makes beautiful and realistic dinosaur sculptures, puppets, and animatronics. You can see some amazing examples and works in progress on...

Duration:00:41:16