Episode 247 is all about Patagonykus, The “Patagonian claw” alvarezsaur from the Cretaceous.
We also interview Annalisa Berta, a paleontologist and professor emerita at San Diego State University. She’s also the co-author, along with Dr. Susan Turner, of the upcoming book Women in Vertebrate Paleontology, which is a history of women bone hunters beginning in the late 1700s.
Episode 243 is all about Tuojiangosaurus, a dinosaur that resembles Stegosaurus with thinner plates.
We also interview Jen Bauer, a postdoctoral associate at the Florida Museum of Natural History, with a focus on the myFOSSIL project and the Thompson Institute for Earth Systems. She is also the co-creator, along with Adriane Lam, of Time Scavengers
Episode 239 is all about Riojasaurus, a Triassic sauropodomorph from Argentina that may have been bipedal.
We also interview Tadd Galusha, writer and illustrator of the graphic novel Cretaceous. He’s a comic artist and illustrator, who also created the web comic The Backwoods and worked on Godzilla and TMNT/Ghostbusters 2. You can follow him on Instagram or Twitter, @TaddGalusha, and get his…
Episode 233 is all about Chungkingosaurus, one of the smallest known stegosaurs.
We also interview Andrew McDonald, curator and an educator at the Western Science Center in Hemet, California. His research focuses on the evolution of dinosaurs in North America during the Cretaceous, and he regular does field work in New Mexico. Since becoming curator, he’s already named two new dinosaurs: Dynam…