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Fruitadens – Episode 193

Dinosaur of the day Fruitadens, the smallest known ornithischian at under 2 pounds and 3 feet in length.

Interview with Sean Rubin, the author & illustrator of Bolivar. The graphic novel where Bolivar the T. rex roams New York City and nobody notices because they are all so busy. Sean is also the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of MNY Group. He can be found on Instagram and twitter @SeanCRubin & online at seanrubin.com

In dinosaur news this week:

  • A new experiment of Jurassic plant growth and sauropod digestion shows that the ecosystem could hold more dinosaurs than previously thought.
  • A new study on fossilized melanosomes calls into question previous studies on dinosaur coloration.
  • A team from the University of Kansas is working on excavating a juvenile T. rex in the Hell Creek Formation.
  • Late Jurassic footprints are being investigated in paving stones near hotsprings in China.
  • Sauropod footprints from the early Cretaceous have been documented with photogrammetry in the UK.
  • A father and son team opened a dinosaur center in Springerville, Arizona.
  • A temporary inflatable green sauropod is in the Bayville dinosaur’s place while it’s being repaired.
  • Myles Garrett from the Cleveland Browns recently traded his signed No. 95 jersey for a dinosaur toy.
  • A new South Korean film came out this summer, called Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days, which featured some dinosaurs.
  • YouTube video “The Most Disturbing Death Scene in Jurassic Park History – Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park.” highlights the scene where compys kill a baby.
  • College Humor created a video showing Jurassic Park scenes with other prehistoric creatures.
  • The New Zealand Mint has a colored, official, Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary 1oz silver coin for sale for $85 USD.
  • The board game “Jurassic Park: Danger” was released by Ravensburger where one person plays as the dinosaurs trying to eat the human players.

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

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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Fruitadens, more links from Sean Rubin, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Fruitadens-Episode-193/

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Ampelosaurus (…

Ampelosaurus: the 52 ft, 8 ton “dwarf” sauropod 😛

Episode 192 is all about Ampelosaurus, a “dwarf” sauropod that was only 52ft long and weighed 8 tons.

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Ampelosaurus – Episode 192

Dinosaur of the day Ampelosaurus, a “dwarf” sauropod that was only 52ft long and weighed 8 tons.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • The first ever diplodcoid from East Asia was discovered, Lingwulong shenqi, and it’s also incredibly old for an advanced sauropod
  • The new Deep Time exhibit coming to the Smithsonian in 2019 will feature a T. rex biting the frill of a Triceratops
  • Dickinson Dinosaur Museum in North Dakota has a new claws exhibit to show the correlation between dinosaurs and modern birds
  • The Dinosaur Room in Rio’s National Museum recently reopened after a renovation
  • In the month of August, if you donate to certain Goodwills, you can get free kids tickets to Dinosaur World
  • A 16-year-old in the UK built a replica Allosaurus from scrap metal
  • In Las Vegas a man setup projectors outside his daughter’s window to simulate dinosaurs looking at her
  • A real estate agent made a listing go viral using an inflatable T. rex costume
  • There’s a Stegosaurus that holds nachos (the nachosaurus)
  • Robert Kirkman, who created the comic The Walking Dead, is now working on a new project called Super Dinosaur
  • Our five-year-old listner Remy was featured in a University of Alberta article after choosing Alberta as his birthday destination—for the dinosaurs of course

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

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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Ampelosaurus, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Ampelosaurus-Episode-192/

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Koreaceratops …

Another new ankylosaur was just published!

Episode 190 is all about Koreaceratops, the first ceratopsian found in Korea.

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Koreaceratops – Episode 191

In the news: The ankylosaur Akainacephalus johnsoni was found in Utah with a gryposaur, a turtle, and a crocodile; Dinosaur National Monument has a new paleontologist; A geology instructor donated a large collection of fossils and specimens to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut; A 30 foot inflatable dinosaur named Dino-Mite was briefly stolen from a fireworks store; The Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, Virginia is having a two-day Dino Festival; York Maze in the UK has opened a 15 acre maze of a T. rex and Triceratops to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park; BBC4 aired the three part series titled Jurassic Coast Revealed; and a ½ oz pure silver colored Canadian dinosaur coin featuring Edmontonia was released

Dinosaur of the day Koreaceratops the first ceratopsian found in Korea

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

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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Koreaceratops, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Koreaceratops-Episode-191/

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Nomingia (Epis…

Episode 190 is all about Nomingia, an oviraptorid with a bird-like pygostyle which may have held up a fan of feathers.

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Nomingia – Episode 190

In the news: A team of researchers think titanosaurs made their eggs extra thick to protect them from acidic hotsprings; A review of dinosaur egg research, including how to tell body temperature from the isotopes in the shell; A nine-year-old kid, found an Iguanodon vertebra on the Isle of Wight, UK while playing on the beach; new dinosaur exhibits; Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom pop-up cards and temporary restaurant in Tokyo; and more

Dinosaur of the day Nomingia an oviraptorid with a bird-like pygostyle which may have held up a fan of feathers

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

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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Nomingia, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Nomingia-Episode-190/

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Lamaceratops (…

Episode 189 is here. Featuring an amazing interview with Glen McIntosh about his work with the dinosaurs of #JurassicPark and #JurassicWorld

In our 189th episode we got to speak with Glen McIntosh who has been working at Industrial Light & Magic since 1998, and has worked on a number of films, including Star Wars: Episodes 1-3, E.T., and Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World, and Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom. You can see him briefly in a making of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom here telling Chris Pratt that the dinosaurs will be “even…

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Lamaceratops – Episode 189

This week, we interview with Glen McIntosh an animation supervisor at Industrial Light & Magic who worked on Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World, and Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom. Among other things, we discus all the dinosaur puppets in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom and how they made it onto the screen.

In the news: A new Triassic sauropod from Argentina, Ingentia, shows very early gigantism and incredibly fast growth rates; hundreds of new dinosaur fossils from Mongolia; New dinosaur exhibits; guesses about Jurassic World 3; Our review of Jurassic World: Evolution; and more

Dinosaur of the day Lamaceratops a small—possibly dubious—ceratopsian from Mongolia

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

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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Lamaceratops, more links from Glen McIntosh, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Lamaceratops-Episode-189/

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Lophorhothon – Episode 188

In the news: Researchers looked at dinosaur hyoid bones to guess what their tongues may have been like; When The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History dinosaur hall reopens it will allow visitors to virtually feed an Edmontosaurus; In Ulan Bator, Mongolia, a man was recently arrested for hiding a Protoceratops fossil and planning to sell it; A hadrosaur thighbone from 70 million years ago was found in Kagoshima Prefecture in Japan, on Kamikoshikijima island; A new theropod footprint was found in northern Germany; An interactive map shows what Earth looked like at various periods in time, including at your address; A new Jurassic World Alexa skill; dinosaur exhibits; and more

Dinosaur of the day Lophorhothon the “crested nose” hadrosauroid from Alabama, USA

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

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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Lophorhothon, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Lophorhothon-Episode-188/

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