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Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: The Podcast promotional graphic featuring a chasmosaurus skull with a microphone

Podcast Show Notes: Episode 2

Podcast Show Notes

Episode 2 of the Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs Podcast is here! This month, Natee, Marc and Niels talk about dinosaur butts! We also discuss some legendary paleoart by John Sibbick that is tattooed on every dinosaur fan’s DNA, and interview the talented Natalia Jagielska. On this page, you can see the images we discuss and follow links to relevant pages. In the News A remarkably well-preserved Psittacosaurus, earlier responsible for telling us about its colouration, has yielded secrets…

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This Mesozoic Month: May 2018

This Mesozoic Month

In the News It took almost a century and a half, but we finally have a good Ichthyornis skull reconstruction. It shows a surprising mix of primitive and derived features. See the Nature publication and coverage at NatGeo and SciAm. Andrea Cau published a huge summary of reptile-to-bird evolution. Read the paper; more at DinoGoss. Baby spinosaurs had to be just adorable, wouldn’t you imagine? A new toe bone identified as a juvenile Spinosaurus had been published, and it suggests…

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Scaphognathus crassirostris © Gabriel Ugueto. Shared here with the artist's permission.

This Mesozoic Month: March 2018

This Mesozoic Month

What a fine paleontological month March turned out to be. I’d like to send massive thanks out to all of the paleontologists, preparators, museum workers, and other dauntless explorers and communicators of deep time who deliver us such amazing research and insight. Good job, everyone! Now let’s check out this Mesozoic month. In the News The US state of Arkansas’ state dinosaur has been officially published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology by ReBecca Hunt-Foster. Read an interview with Hunt-Foster…

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