Fully fledged enantiornithine hatchling reve…

Fully fledged enantiornithine hatchling revealed by Laser-Stimulated Fluorescence supports precocial nesting behavior

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-41423-7

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*As of sunset tonight*
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Hey Seattle! Join the Museum of Pop Culture fo…

Hey Seattle! Join the Museum of Pop Culture for trivia, prizes, and a screening of Jurassic Park at their Campout Cinema! “Museum of Pop Culture” https://ift.tt/2TmUZBa

I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Atlascopcosaur…

I Know Dino Podcast Episode 225: We interview @astrophocaudia about dinosaur teeth and growth. We also feature dinosaur of the day Atlascopcosaurus and the two brand new ornithopods that were just named: Galleonosaurus and Convolosaurus

Episode 225 is all about Atlascopcosaurus, an Early Cretaceous iguanodont from southern Australia.

We also interview Michael D’Emic, Assistant Professor of Biology at Adelphi University. He has studied dinosaur body size evolution, bone tissues, and teeth. We discuss the crazy number of teeth that Majungasaurus grew, Allosaurus growth variation, why some Titanosaurs had osteoderms, and a lot…

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Atlascopcosaurus – Episode 225

Dinosaur of the day Atlascopcosaurus, an Early Cretaceous iguanodont from southern Australia.

We also interviewed Michael D’Emic, Assistant Professor of Biology at Adelphi University. He has studied dinosaur body size evolution, bone tissues, and teeth. We discuss the crazy number of teeth that Majungasaurus grew, Allosaurus growth variation, why some Titanosaurs had osteoderms, and a lot more. Follow him on Twitter @astrophocaudia

In dinosaur news this week:

  • A new ornithopod, Galleonosaurus dorisae, was found in Southern Victoria, Australia
  • A group of 29 young ornithopods were named Convolosaurus marri in Texas
  • Jurassic National Monument in Utah was confirmed as part of a new public lands bill
  • India is planning on building their own version of the Smithsonian Museum, called the Indian Museum of Earth
  • Calgary Zoo in Canada is giving its Dinny the Dinosaur statue a $200,000 makeover
  • An animatronic dinosaur ride is coming to the Bronx Zoo in April
  • In Berkeley New Jersey, there will soon be a new dinosaur outside Sand Castle Diner, to keep Bud the Bayville dinosaur company
  • Publication Studio Games created a fun text based, choose your own adventure game, called A Dinosaur Named David Swims in a Japanese pool
  • You can now buy a toy model version of the Google Chrome T. rex

To get access to lots of patron only content check out https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino

For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Atlascopcosaurus, more links from Michael D’Emic, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Atlascopcosaurus-Episode-225/

Check out this episode!

“Inside the revamped Smithsonian dinosau…

“Inside the revamped Smithsonian dinosaur exhibit” https://ift.tt/2FoXTSj

You can help name the Cuyahoga Community Colle…

You can help name the Cuyahoga Community College Triceratops mascot!! “Stomp, Spikey, Tank, Tricky or Trike? Help Tri-C Select the Name of its Triceratops Mascot” https://ift.tt/2TQiebp

Carnotaurus. Cretaceous. Argentina

Carnotaurus. Cretaceous. Argentina

“Born poor and nonconformist, Mary Anning’s co…

“Born poor and nonconformist, Mary Anning’s contributions to the birth of palaeontology had been forgotten.” “The untold tale of the woman who dug up ancient sea monsters” https://ift.tt/2F6BfNb

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A perk of working at a dinosaur museum: being able to take your kid on a flashlight tour any night for buddy time! One day we will live in a large dino museum and this will be every night 😊