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This Week in Dinosaur News: T. rex could turn …

This Week in Dinosaur News: T. rex could turn pretty quickly, Nanotyrannus is probably a juvenile T. rex, and our SVP wrap-up

The tyrannosaur Jane appears to be a juvenile T. rex according to an SVP presentation. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jane_Tyrannosaurus.jpg

Here’s what came out this week in dinosaur news:

  • More details from this years SVP conference (referenced abstracts can be found in the PDF from the meeting) source
    • T. rex could turn more quickly than similar dinosaurs
    • New histology…

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This Week in Dinosaur News: A new large saurop…

This Week in Dinosaur News: A new large sauropod found in the Gobi Desert, dinosaur eggs with Embryos in Argentina, SVP news, and more

The remarkably complete Tufts-Love T. rex skull being prepared at the Burke Museum Photo: Rachel Ormiston/Burke Museum

Here’s what came out this week in dinosaur news:

  • A large sauropod from the Late Cretaceous has been found in the Gobi Desert and it’s about 30-40% complete source
  • In Argentina 70 million year old dinosaur eggs were found possibly including embryos, skin, and teeth source
  • The…

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Yamaceratops (…

I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Yamaceratops (Episode 205)

Episode 205 is all about Yamaceratops, a ceratopsian whose frill is heavily pitted, possibly for jaw muscle attachments.

We also interview Ali Nabavizadeh, Assistant Professor of anatomy at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. He studies the jaw musculature of herbivorous dinosaurs. Follow him on Twitter @Vert_Anatomist, check out his blog Anatomist’s Guide, or his Google site.

Big thanks…

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Piatnitzkysaurus (Episode 145)

I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Piatnitzkysaurus (Episode 145)

In our 145th episode, we got to chat with Matt Baron, about Ornithoscelida. Episode 145 is also about Piatnitzkysaurus, a megalosaurid theropod that lived in the Jurassic in what is now Argentina. We keep meeting more and more amazing dinosaur enthusiasts! Join our growing group on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino You can listen to our free podcast, with all our episodes,…

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