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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

The big dinosaur podcast. News, interviews, and discussions about dinosaurs. Are you a dinosaur enthusiast? Learn more at https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino.

Episodes

  • Mussaurus - Episode 220

    Feb 13 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Mussaurus, the "mouse lizard" sauropodomorph from Argentina. In dinosaur news this week: A new Amargasaurus relative, Bajadasaurus, was described with some amazing neck spines A dinosaur foot including feathers and scutes was found preserved in amber The original feather that defined Archaeopteryx may not belong to Archaeopteryx as it's now defined A new dinosaur fossil went on display in Japan and may be the county's oldest dinosaur fossil An event called Teach Rex in Liver...more

  • Nedoceratops - Episode 219

    Feb 06 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Nedoceratops, the lesser known ceratopsian in the Triceratops vs Torosaurus debate. Interview with Denver Fowler & Liz Freedman Fowler, paleontologists who work at the Badlands Dinosaur Museum. Denver is the curator. Liz is an Associate Professor of Biology at Dickinson State University. They have worked on a nodosaur, tyrannosaur, ceratopsians, hadrosaurs, and other dinosaurs all over the world. Check out there upcoming conference. In dinosaur news this week: A new sauropo...more

  • Mononykus - Episode 218

    Jan 30 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Mononykus, an Alvarezsaurid with tiny arms but big claws that lived in the Late Cretaceous in what is now Mongolia. In dinosaur news this week: Eubrontes tracks may have been made by a sauropodomorph instead of a predator UV vision may have helped dinosaurs see their way through dense forests There may have been an increase in asteroid impacts near the beginning of the Mesozoic The lawsuit regarding Bears Ears monument status will be heard in Washington D.C. Paris the Parasa...more

  • Nanosaurus - Episode 217

    Jan 23 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Nanosaurus, a small herbivorous dinosaur from the Late Jurassic. Interview with Tom Holtz, principal lecturer at the University of Maryland’s Department of Geology and the Faculty Director of the Science and Global Change Program. His primary focus is theropods, especially tyrannosaurids. He has also written several books, including Dinosaurs: The Most Complete Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages and Jurassic World Dinosaur Field Guide. Follow him on twitt...more

  • Megaraptor - Episode 216

    Jan 16 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Megaraptor, A large theropod with claws over one foot long (originally thought to be foot claws, now known to be hand claws). In dinosaur news this week: Stegosaurus and Plateosaurus had much stronger bites than their close ancestors, while T. rex had a bite similar to its relatives A new model shows how the mega-tsunami at the end-cretaceous spread around the world The Planetario Alfa museum has an exhibit Dinosaurs Made in Mexico An Indian geologist stirred up controversy ...more

  • Tarchia - Episode 215

    Jan 09 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Tarchia, a Mongolian ankylosaur that was likely prey of Tarbosaurus. Interview with Past Time podcast, Matt, Adam, and Catherine are the hosts. They are all also paleontologists working with reptiles, lemurs, and bird brains. Check them out on Facebook or Twitter. In dinosaur news this week: The new theropod Saltriovenator zanellai from the Italian alps pushes back the first date of 1 ton carnivores to the earliest Jurassic A fluid mechanics model confirms that ankylosaur na...more

  • Thecodontosaurus - Best of 2018

    Jan 02 2019

    Dinosaur of the day Thecodontosaurus, a Triassic sauropodomorph discovered in 1830s England. In dinosaur news this week: Best discovery: Ledumahadi 2nd best discovery: Jinyunpelta Best listener question: What species of modern bird is the closest living relative of theropods, or more specifically raptors? Most controversial paper: Spinosaurus probably couldn’t swim very well Best dino food study: Dromeosaurs probably didn’t pack hunt Best dinosaur biomechanic study: “Puncture-and-Pull Biomechan...more

  • Qantassaurus - Episode 213

    Dec 26 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Qantassaurus, a small, quick, bipedal herbivore from Australia. Interview with Dustin Growick, the Senior Creative Consultant at Museum Hack at AMNH. He also hosts Caveat's VERSUS in NYC and the popular YouTube channel The Dinosaur Show. Follow him on Instagram @dinosaurwhisperer Answer our survey to give feedback and help shape our show for next year! bit.ly/IKDsurvey2018 In dinosaur news this week: A new titanosaur from Argentina was named Baalsaurus Two new pterosaurs wer...more

  • Wuerhosaurus - Episode 212

    Dec 19 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Wuerhosaurus, possibly the last ever stegosaur. Answer our survey to give feedback and help shape our show for next year! bit.ly/IKDsurvey2018 In dinosaur news this week: Three exceptionally well preserved new sauropodomorphs in Brazil were used to describe the new genus Macrocollum (literally “long neck”) Another new opalized dinosaur fossil was found in Australia, this one was from a jaw and named a new genus—Weewarrasaurus Seven vertebrae from the banks of the Volga river...more

  • Dracopelta - Episode 211

    Dec 12 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Dracopelta, an ankylosaur with sides covered in overlapping armor. Interview with Brian Switek, a science writer who’s written for Smithsonian, National Geographic, Nature, Slate, and Jurassic World, to name a few, he has a blog, Laelaps, on Scientific American, and he’s written numerous books, including My Beloved Brontosaurus, Prehistoric Predators, and Written in Stone. Answer our survey to give feedback and help shape our show for next year! bit.ly/IKDsurvey2018 In dinosa...more

  • Yangchuanosaurus - Episode 210

    Dec 05 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Yangchuanosaurus, an Allosaurus-sized carnivore from the Jurassic of Sichuan, China. In dinosaur news this week: A New Ceratopsid Dinosaur, Crittendenceratops, was discovered in Arizona A new Chinese titanosauriform, Liaoningotitan, was fortunately named the same as mounts that have already gone on display Amphicoelias fragillimus was renamed Maraapunisaurus fragillimus after a reanalysis showed it wasn’t nearly as large as previously thought A doctor in Texas got to keep hi...more

  • Beishanlong - Episode 209

    Nov 28 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Beishanlong, the "North Mountains dragon" from Gansu China. Interview with Jessie Atterholt, assistant professor at the Western University of Health Sciences. She's also the lead author of the new paper "The most complete enantiornithine from North America and a phylogenetic analysis of the Avisauridae." You can follow her on Instagram @theladyanatomica or jessieatterholt.com In dinosaur news this week: The smallest dinosaur footprints ever were discovered found in South Kor...more

  • Crichtonpelta - Episode 208

    Nov 21 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Crichtonsaurus/Crichtonpelta, a Chinese ankylosaur named after Jurassic Park author Michael Crichton. Interview with Matt Celesky, Research associate at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science where he put together the excellent paleoart exhibit "Picturing the Past." He is also the Senior exhibition designer for the museum resources division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. He can be found on Twitter @clepsydrops In dinosaur news this week: Crys...more

  • Montanoceratops - Episode 207

    Nov 14 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Montanoceratops, a primitive ceratopsian with an unusually deep tail thanks to its vertebral spines. Interview with Ashley & Lee Hall, both from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Ashley is the Adult Programs Coordinator and Lee is a Preparator and Lab Manager. But more importantly, like us, their wedding heavily featured dinosaurs. In dinosaur news this week: T. rex could turn more quickly than similar dinosaurs New histology on the tyrannosaurs Jane & Petey show that...more

  • Zuniceratops - Episode 206

    Nov 07 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Zuniceratops, a ceratopsian that was discovered in New Mexico by an 8 year-old. Interview with Jingmai O'Connor, professor at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences who recently described the first ever fossilized dinosaur lung remains. In dinosaur news this week: A 130 million year old fossil from Hebei Province in China has been found The “Baofenglong fossil” recently went on display at Chongqing Yongchuan Museum T...more

  • Yamaceratops - Episode 205

    Oct 31 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Yamaceratops, a ceratopsian whose frill is heavily pitted, possibly for jaw muscle attachments. Interview with 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 and check out his blog Anatomist's Guide. In dinosaur news this week: A large sauropod from the Late Cretaceous has been found in the Gobi Desert and it’s about 30-40% complete In...more

  • Coelophysis - Episode 204

    Oct 24 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Coelophysis, the state dinosaur of New Mexico which has been found in huge groups. In dinosaur news this week: Dynamoterror dynastes “powerful terror ruler,” was described from the Menefee Formation in NW New Mexico 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 To get access to lots of patron only c...more

  • Cedarosaurus - Episode 203

    Oct 17 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Cedarosaurus, a Brachiosaurid (high browser) that has been found with over 100 gastroliths. Interview with Philip Millar, the Associate Creative Director at Creature Technology. The people who made the Walking with Dinosaurs Arena Spectacular, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, and many other amazing puppets. In dinosaur news this week: A new mamenchisaurid sauropod, Anhuilong diboensis, was found in China about 200 miles southwest of Shanghai A juvenile Diplodocus skull was fo...more

  • Hadrosaurus - Episode 202

    Oct 10 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Hadrosaurus, the first dinosaur skeleton to be mounted. In dinosaur news this week: A new dinosaur, Jinguofortis perplexus, gives a perplexing glimpse into early bird evolution A new carcharodontosaurid specimen was found North of Lisbon in Portugal The National Museum in Rio, Brazil may reopen in 3 years if they can secure funding The Dinosaur Gallery at the Australian Museum has reopened after adding the T. rex from the show "T. rex Autopsy" The New Mexico Museum of Natura...more

  • Dracorex - Episode 201

    Oct 03 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Dracorex, The "dragon king of Hogwarts". Interview with Jaye Jurassick, frequent guest on the Jurassic Park Podcast and @jaye_jurassick on Instagram where you can see his dinosaur art. In dinosaur news this week: A new sauropodomorph, Ledumahadi mafube, was the largest dinosaur of its time despite still having a "crouched" posture A ceratopsian at the Smithsonian has been called Triceratops, Diceratops, and Nedoceratops In Villány, Hungary (a wine region), bone fragments of ...more

  • T. rex revisited - Episode 200

    Sep 26 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Tyrannosaurus rex, the king of the dinosaurs. Interview with Thomas Carr, Associate Professor of Biology at Carthage College, Director of the Carthage Institute of Paleontology, and Senior Scientific Adviser to the Dinosaur Discovery Museum. He can be found on Twitter @TyrannosaurCarr In dinosaur news this week: A new alvarezsaurid, Qiupanykus zhangi, was found with an oviraptorosaur egg that it may have been eating A new 23ft sauropodomorph, Yizhousaurus sunae, was found in...more

  • Bonitasaura - Episode 199

    Sep 19 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Bonitasaura, a small titanosaur that had some features similar to Diplodocus. In dinosaur news this week: A new nodosaurid ankylosaur, Invictarx zephyri, was named based on osteoderms found in New Mexico A review of Ornithischian dinosaurs in the Morrison Formation synonymized a few and split out another named Dryosaurus elderae Visitors to Crystal Palace Park got to get close to the dinosaurs last weekend for Heritage Open Days Three of the 30 dinosaur statues in Drumheller...more

  • Alectrosaurus - Episode 198

    Sep 12 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Alectrosaurus, A medium sized cretaceous tyrannosaur that lived along side Gigantoraptor. In dinosaur news this week: Three juveniles of a new iguanodontian species named Choyrodon barsboldi were found in Mongolia A new Amargasaurus relative named Pilmatueia faundezi was found in Argentina A fire destroyed most of the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro taking with it part of the Iritator holotype, Maxakalisaurus, and many other important fossils They have requested ...more

  • Achillobator - Episode 197

    Sep 05 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Achillobator, a larger dromaeosaur from cretaceous Mongolia. In dinosaur news this week: Two new alverezsauroids were found in China, filling the largest gap in theropod evolution Walking with Dinosaurs The Arena Spectacular has gone on tour in Europe, with some of the most impressive dinosaur animatronics ever made Expedition: Dinosaur, will be at Grand Rapids Public Museum starting October 14. There will be life sized animatronic dinosaurs, and visitors will be able to con...more

  • Scelidosaurus - Episode 196

    Aug 29 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Scelidosaurus, the first dinosaur described based on a mostly complete skeleton, and an important ancestor to Stegosaurus and Ankylosaurus. In dinosaur news this week: Over 260 dinosaur tracks (mostly sauropodomorph) were found in southwest China and may show sauropodomorphs swimming In Alaska, therizinosaur and hadrosaur tracks were found together for the first time Dinosaur footprints have been found for the first time on the Scottish mainland A closed mine in Grand Stairc...more

  • Gryphoceratops - Episode 195

    Aug 22 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Gryphoceratops, a tiny Canadian cousin of Triceratops. In dinosaur news this week: A new article shows that Spinosaurus probably couldn't swim effectively, but was a capable bipedal walker on land Victoria Arbour is the new curator of paleontology at the Royal British Columbia Museum Dickinson Dinosaur Museum has continued excavating a tyrannosaur and hadrosaur in the Judith River Formation in Montana Juvenile hadrosaurs bones have been found in the Spring Creek bone bed nea...more

  • Brachylophosaurus - Episode 194

    Aug 15 2018

    Dinosaur of the day Brachylophosaurus, a large hadrosaurid with a paddle-like bony crest on its head. In dinosaur news this week: The largest sauropod foot was found in Wyoming Allosaurus may be getting a neotype to replace the incomplete holotype Liaoning Beipiao Sihetun Ancient Fossils Museum is being built in China where it will open sometime next year In Wales, Cardiff’s Bute Park will have an interactive dinosaur experience next weekend, called Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs Come to Lif...more

  • Fruitadens - Episode 193

    Aug 08 2018

    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 ...more

  • Ampelosaurus - Episode 192

    Aug 01 2018

    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...more

  • Koreaceratops - Episode 191

    Jul 25 2018

    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...more

  • Nomingia - Episode 190

    Jul 18 2018

    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 ...more

  • Lamaceratops - Episode 189

    Jul 11 2018

    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; ...more

  • Lophorhothon - Episode 188

    Jul 04 2018

    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...more

  • Indoraptor - Episode 187

    Jun 27 2018

    Our review of Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom In the news: Two new Ankylosaurs—Acantholipan gonzalezi in Mexico and Jindi Jialong in China; Dinosaur footprints found in Shandong Province, China; Smithsonian listed five ways real science would have made Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom better; And tons of new museum exhibits Dinosaur of the day Indoraptor the new hybrid dinosaur in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which makes beautiful and realisti...more

  • Othnielia - Episode 186

    Jun 20 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/LastChance186 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: Scientists hypothesize how bacteria in dinosaur gut contents may explain why herbivores lived in groups; The mystery theropod dinosaur auctioned off at the Eiffel Tower sold for more than 2 million Euros; Trix the T. rex is on display at Paris Jardin des Plantes for three months; Alberta, Canada...more

  • Procompsognathus - Episode 185

    Jun 13 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Velociraptor185 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules This week we speak with John Hutchinson, a professor of evolutionary biomechanics at The Royal Veterinary College. He is leading the Dawn Dinos project, he worked on T. rex Autopsy, and he can be found on Twitter @JohnRHutchinson In the news: Dinosaurs may have originally evolved beaks so that they could d...more

  • Segisaurus - Episode 184

    Jun 06 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Dinosaur184 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: The newly discovered Bagualosaurus may help to fill in missing information about early sauropod evolution; A Spinosaurus toe bone shows some evidence of aquatic behavior from a young age; New dinosaur tracks in Lake Powell, Utah; The mobile game Jurassic World Alive was released; Newsweek created ...more

  • Proceratosaurus - Episode 183

    May 30 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Giveaway183 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules This week we interview Elizabeth Rega, professor of Anatomy and associate vice provost for academic development and academic affairs at Western University of Health Sciences. She's also a consultant for the animation and gaming industries, and has worked on projects including Disney's Dinosaur. In the news: Re...more

  • Monolophosaurus - Episode 182

    May 23 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/WinMe182 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: Researchers find that large dinosaurs didn't sit directly on their eggs, allowing contact incubation without crushing their babies; An excellent new specimen the important early sauropodomorph Buriolestes was discovered; Hundreds of cretaceous tracks in Coahuila, Mexico were modeled using photogrammet...more

  • Archaeornithomimus - Episode 181

    May 16 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/MyDino181 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In our 181st episode, we got to chat with Ansley about her great dinosaur sculptures. You can see her work on her Instagram accounts ArtbyAnz and mcdansley or on Facebook at ArtbyAnz In the news: a new spinosaur bone from Brazil shows evidence of aquatic behavior earlier than previously known, The skull of Ichth...more

  • Nipponosaurus - Episode 180

    May 09 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is  http://bit.ly/Sculpture180 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In the news: An amazingly well preserved Iguanodon relative named Bayannurosaurus perfectus was discovered in China; Two new ankylosaurs named; Over 300 new dinosaur tracks found in China; Theropods ate using a "puncture and pull" method; new Jurassic World puppet details; new exhibits, movies, and more Dino...more

  • Microceratus - Episode 179

    May 02 2018

    This week's link to enter the Velociraptor Sculpture Sweepstakes is http://bit.ly/Dino179 complete rules are at https://iknowdino.com/velociraptor-sculpture-sweepstakes-official-rules In our 179th episode, we got to chat with Tony Campagna about his amazing dinosaur toy collection. He's @thedinogeek on Instagram. And creator of the Facebook group Plastic Paleontology which will soon also be a book. In the news: A tyrannosaur was found in western North America with bite marks that may indicate ca...more

  • Sinoceratops - Episode 178

    Apr 25 2018

    In the news: A Juvenile diplodocoid femur exposed in the rock-wall at Dinosaur National Monument appears to have bite marks; Calcium isotopes in dinosaur teeth appear to show that spinosaurs ate more fish than their contemporary theropods; A new unnamed dinosaur has been reported from a recent excavation in Cerra Guido, Chile; dinosaurs being sold; dinosaur costumes; new Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailers; and more Dinosaur of the day Sinoceratops a large ceratopsid dinosaur from China that ...more

  • Hoplitosaurus - Episode 177

    Apr 19 2018

    In our 177th episode, we got to chat with Ethan Pettus author of Primitive War, a sci-fi novel about the Vietnam War and dinosaurs that was published in early 2017. In the news: A new dinosaur found in China named Anomalipes—think Gigantoraptor, but about 2% of the size; Lufengosaurus appears to have developed an abscess, likely after a bite by a Sinosaurus; Three sets of dinosaur tracks were found on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, the first set was published; A new material inspired by Indominus...more

  • Stygimoloch - Episode 176

    Apr 11 2018

    In the news: A new paper demonstrates ceratopsians probably didn't evolve horns to recognize each other; An outlandish paper claims that dinosaurs may have accidentally poisoned themselves; A possible young T. rex is being excavated by students at the University of Kansas; The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences unveiled a clutch of oviraptorosaur eggs; Lots of summer dinosaur activities were announced; New Jurassic Park and Jurassic World toys; And much more Dinosaur of the day Stygimoloc...more

  • Metriacanthosaurus - Episode 175

    Apr 04 2018

    We got to chat with Dr. Brandon Peecook, the Meeker Postdoctoral Fellow at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. His research includes the earliest known relatives of dinosaurs. He's been on expeditions in Africa, Antarctica, and all around the U.S., and in 2015, he published the first account of a dinosaur in Washington state. Follow him on Twitter @_gondwannabe_. In the news: A new megaraptoran dinosaur named Tratayenia rosalesi was discovered in Patagonia; Luxembourg has another din...more

  • Agustinia - Episode 174

    Mar 28 2018

    In the news: Arkansaurus fridayi is officially a new dinosaur; Baurusuchids weren't outcompeting theropods in Brazil as previously thought; Two birds from the early Cretaceous may have flown via a combination of flapping and "ballistic phases"; Early birds may have been too heavy to incubate their eggs; Singapore may have dinosaur fossils; An unidentified theropod skeleton will be auctioned in the Eiffel Tower in June; A fire destroyed the T. rex at the Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience in a fanta...more

  • Kosmoceratops - Episode 173

    Mar 21 2018

    We got to chat with Brittney Stoneburg, the marketing and events specialist at Western Science Center and co-founder of Cosplay for Science. We discuss the existing and upcoming dinosaur exhibits at the Western Science Center and lots of other topics. You can follow her on Twitter @brittandbone and on Instagram. In the news: A rare baby bird smaller than 2 postage stamps from the Cretaceous was found; A new study shows that Archaeopteryx was capable of flying; The "little Iguanodon" from the Ber...more

  • Sauroposeidon/Paluxysaurus - Episode 172

    Mar 14 2018

    In the news: New ankylosaur described from China named Jinyunpelta sinensis is the earliest ankylosaur with a well-developed tail club—100 million years old; A "nestling-sized" Edmontosaurus was found in Montana representing the smallest Edmontosaurs found to date; Fossils from New Jersey may turn out to be a  tyrannosauroid braincase and leg; a new video of Claire Dearing from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom; Universal announced a Pokemon Go style Jurassic World game called Jurassic World Alive;...more

  • Bactrosaurus - Episode 171

    Mar 07 2018

    We got to chat with Sabre Moore, director at Carter County Museum in Ekalaka, Montana. Since starting work at Carter County Museum, Sabre has expanded the museum, worked with other museums for outreach, and established the annual Dino Shindig. In the news: A new Archaeopteryx specimen replaces the Haarlem specimen which was recently reclassified; Researchers got birds to run to study how dinosaurs may have moved; Arizona may be getting a state dinosaur; New Triassic fossils in Bears Ears; Lots o...more

  • Auroraceratops - Episode 170

    Feb 28 2018

    In the news: New dinosaur species from Mongolia Avimimus nemegtensis; The first unambiguous Triassic dinosaur from Utah; new dinosaur exhibits, movies, toys, and more Dinosaur of the day Auroraceratops, a neoceratopsian whose name means "dawn horned face." 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 And by  the Royal T...more

  • Epidexipteryx - Episode 169

    Feb 21 2018

    We got to chat with  Shaun Keenan, a concept artist in the video game and animation industries, and the creator of the upcoming book, Dinosaurs of the Wild West In the news: New sauropod from Siberia named Sibirotitan and not Sibirosaurus like we had guessed; A new biogeographical model shows how dinosaurs moved and evolved; Utahraptor is one step closer to being Utah's official state dinosaur; The Bureau of Land Management is requesting public input about the boundaries of Grand Staircase-Escal...more

  • Glacialisaurus - Episode 168

    Feb 14 2018

    In the news: A new way to date dinosaur bones; The Chicxulub impact may have caused a huge magma outflow; Dinosaur and other animal footprints were found near NASA's Goddard Space Flight center; Arizona may have a state dinosaur soon; New information about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom; new dinosaur finds, attractions, and much more Dinosaur of the day Glacialisaurus, a sauropodomorph from Antarctica whose name means "icy lizard." This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which m...more

  • Xenotarsosaurus - Episode 167

    Feb 07 2018

    We got to chat with Dr. Alexander Hastings, @Dr_CrocoGator, who researched dinosaurs in comic books and who works as the assistant curator of paleontology at the Virginia Museum of Natural History.  In the news: A new Egyptian titanosaur Mansourasaurus fills in a huge gap in our knowledge; Jurassic World is getting a live arena show; The iconic Flintstone house in Hillsborough, California, has some new dinosaurs; and much more Dinosaur of the day Xenotarsosaurus, an 18ft (5.4m) abelisaurid This ...more

  • Minmi - Episode 166

    Jan 31 2018

    In the news: New Jurassic dinosaur, Caihong juji, with iridescent "rainbow" feathers found; researchers discover a unique type of air-sac-bone; a new taphonomy study on Edmontosaurus supports herd behavior; and much more Dinosaur of the day Minmi, a relatively small Australian ankylosaur 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 @...more

  • Gojirasaurus - Episode 165

    Jan 24 2018

    We got to chat with Dr. Andrew Farke and Gabriel-Philip Santos, from the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology. In the news: Theropod tracks on the roof of a cave in France, sauropod tracks on a cliff in China, and both theropod and sauropod tracks in a quarry in Arkansas; new dinosaur exhibits; McDonald's got in trouble for an anti-dinosaur-museum ad; and more Dinosaur of the day Gojirasaurus, "Godzilla lizard", a carnivorous dinosaur named after a movie character, which was based on a dinosaur...more

  • Nasutoceratops - Episode 164

    Jan 17 2018

    In the news: The first new dinosaur of the year was named Diluvicursor; A new study explains how oviraptorids ate; Researchers release a 3D model of Massospondylus for anyone to print; Details on the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology conference; Several museums are holding events; and much more Dinosaur of the day Nasutoceratops, a ceratopsian with horns like a bull. This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which makes beautiful and realistic dinosaur sculptures, pu...more

  • Gasosaurus - Episode 163

    Jan 10 2018

    In our 163rd episode, we got to chat with Dr. Dave Hone. He is a lecturer in Zoology at Queen Mary University of London, and he has a blog called Archosaur Musings; He also recently co-authored a review of Spinosaurs In the news: A dinosaur feather was found in amber with a tick that likely ate dinosaur blood; Some dinosaurs were probably fluffier than previously thought; New tyrannosaurus material may mean a new species from Delaware, US; Lots of new sculptures, exhibits, shows, games, videos, ...more

  • Dracoraptor - Best of 2017

    Jan 03 2018

    Two amazing ankylosaurs; a remarkably complete titanosaur; evil swan-dinosaurs; dinosaurs eating bones, wood, crustaceans, and turtles? While getting eaten by giant pterosaurs and enormous frogs; Another dinosaur found in amber; New books, games, movies, videos, tracks, and much more happened in 2017. Here are all the highlights! Dinosaur of the day Dracoraptor, the early Jurassic "dragon thief" from Wales. This episode is brought to you in part by Audible.com. Get a free audiobook download and ...more

  • Apatosaurus - Episode 161

    Dec 27 2017

    In our 161st episode, we talk with paleoartist Mark Hallett and Dr. Mathew J. Wedel, the creators of the book, The Sauropod Dinosaurs: Life in the Age of Giants, published in 2016 by Johns Hopkins University Press. In the news: New troodontid dinosaur from Mongolia Almas ukhaa, a 10-year-old is trying to change Utah's state fossil from Allosaurus to Utahraptor, museums around the world have a number of events and dinosaur exhibits, and much more.  Dinosaur of the day Apatosaurus, a sauropod whos...more

  • Scutellosaurus - Episode 160

    Dec 20 2017

    In the news: Three new dinosaurs: Halszkaraptor escuilliei looks like a swan with claws, Tarchia teresae a new ankylosaur was found in Mongolia, New hadrosauroid Zuoyunlong fills in a gap in hadrosauroid migration, Sauropod footprints found in South Korea have skin impressions; Forbes published a geological review of the new Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailer; and much more Dinosaur of the day Scutellosaurus, an early armored dinosaur whose name means "little shielded lizard." This episode is...more

  • Lufengosaurus - Episode 159

    Dec 13 2017

    In our 159th episode, we talk with Dr. Jordan Mallon, a dinosaur specialist at the Canadian Museum of Nature. He got our attention at SVP with a poster about the riddle of upside down ankylosaurs. You can follow him on Twitter @Jordan_Mallon. In the news: Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer was released; The Haarlem Archaeopteryx has been re-described as its own genus—Ostromia crassipes; and we share our dinosaur-fan holiday gift guide Dinosaur of the day Lufengosaurus, a massospondylid that ...more

  • Camarasaurus - Episode 158

    Dec 06 2017

    In the news: Three new dinosaurs were described, the Argentinian theropod Pandoravenator fernandezorum, the Nigerian ornithomimosaur Afromimus tenerensis, and the Chinese titanosaur Zhuchengtitan zangjiazhuangensis; A new Evo-Devo study recreates proto-feathers from chicken genes; A new debate on Ornithoscelida; New Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom footage; and much more Dinosaur of the day Camarasaurus, a sauropod whose name means "chambered lizard" This episode is brought to you in part by TRX D...more

  • Amargasaurus - Episode 157

    Nov 29 2017

    In our 157th episode, we got to chat with Dr. Michael Habib. He is a paleontologist and biomechanist, who studies prehistoric animals and how they moved. He's known for his work on pterosaurs, feathered dinosaurs, and the origin of flight in birds. Follow him on Twitter @aeroevo. In the news: The new, nearly complete, sauropod Mierasaurus was found in Utah; T. rex claws were probably formidable slashing weapons; New details on the Chicxulub impact that wiped out the dinosaurs; New dinosaur disco...more

  • Augustynolophus - Episode 156

    Nov 22 2017

    In the news: A new trackway from Mongolia with a Gallimimus foot underneath; "Megatheropod" tracks found in Southern Africa from the Early Jurassic for the first time; A new summary of Ankylosaurus features estimates it at 8m (26ft) long and the largest individual weighed up to 8 tons; Update on Ornithoscelida; New dinosaur exhibits, posters, games, videos, clothes, and more Dinosaur of the day Augustynolophus, the official state dinosaur of California. This episode is brought to you in part by ...more

  • Appalachiosaurus - Episode 155

    Nov 15 2017

    In our 155th episode, we got to chat with Dr. Matthew Lamanna, assistant curator at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History about field research in Antarctica and the mesozoic evolution of birds. You can learn more about his work at Antarctic Peninsula Paleontology Project, at antarcticdinos.org. In the news: New dinosaur Matherodon provincialis was found with large scissor like teeth—strange for an herbivore; Update on Dinosaur Isle; New dinosaur exhibits, shows, costumes, sculptures, and more D...more

  • Protoceratops - Episode 154

    Nov 08 2017

    In the news: The remarkably complete Choconsaurus titanosaur and less complete coelophysoid Powellvenator were described from Argentina; a new Alvereszaurid was found in Uzbekistan; Updates on T. rex speed estimates; Long lost footage of Gertie the dinosaur is being reconstructed; dinosaurs in golf courses, weddings, TV shows, parades and more Dinosaur of the day Protoceratops, a ceratopsian whose name means "first horned face." This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which make...more

  • Giraffatitan - Episode 153

    Nov 01 2017

    In our 153rd episode, we got to chat with Cary Woodruff (@DoubleBeam), director of paleontology at Great Plains Dinosaur Museum in Malta, Montana, and PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. Cary is an expert in sauropods, and is the author of a new paper about deciphering diplodocid growth In the news: First dinosaur named in the Czech Republic; A new type of dinosaur egg found in a fossilized nest in China; Plans for drilling for oil near Dinosaur National Monument; New dinosaur exhibits,...more

  • Plateosaurus - Episode 152

    Oct 25 2017

    In the news: A new hadrosaur, Laiyangosaurus youngi, was named in China; New details on the abelisaurid from Argentina, Viavenator exxoni; Sauropods spread nutrients around the world with their poop; A new Teratophoneus specimen was airlifted to a museum; and more Dinosaur of the day Plateosaurus, a basal sauropodomorph with more than 100 skeletons found This episode is brought to you in part by TRX Dinosaurs, which makes beautiful and realistic dinosaur sculptures, puppets, and exhibits. You ca...more

  • Deltadromeus - Episode 151

    Oct 18 2017

    In our 151st episode, we got to chat with Keegan Kuhn, owner of TRX Dinosaurs, which makes beautiful and realistic dinosaur sculptures, puppets, and exhibits. You can see some amazing examples and works in progress on Instagram @trxdinosaurs. In the news: Dinosaur tracks found nearly 2 miles above sea level in the Alps; new chicken-like dinosaur found in China; a study shows the evolution of dinosaur brains to bird brains; Jurassic World Evolution in game footage; Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ...more

  • Antetonitrus - Episode 150

    Oct 11 2017

    In the news: Heyuannia laid blue-green eggs; Shingopana songwensis was named from Tanzania; a Chasmosaurus was airlifted out of the badlands; new dinosaur exhibits, events, photos, shows, and more Dinosaur of the day Antetonitrus, a sauropodomorph whose name means "Before the thunder," because it lived before Brontosaurus 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 Antetonitrus, and our...more

  • Rebbachisaurus - Episode 149

    Oct 04 2017

    In our 149th episode, we got to chat with Dr. Caleb Brown (@Brown_Caleb_M), who worked on the amazing new Borealopelta specimen, now on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum (@RoyalTyrrell or facebook.com/RoyalTyrrellMuseum) In the news: A giant frog may have preyed on juvenile dinosaurs, although dinosaurs probably ate it too; "Multi-liter coprolites" from Utah show that hadrosaurs appeared to eat crustaceans; New early cretaceous sauropod found in the Soria province in Spain named Soriatitan gol...more

  • Lambeosaurus - Episode 148

    Sep 27 2017

    In the news: The last day of our SVP coverage; The Field Museum in Chicago put an NFL jersey on their Brachiosaurus; Dippy is going to Dorset; New exhibits, contests, sculptures, fossils, tracks, costume shenanigans, and more Dinosaur of the day Lambeosaurus, a hadrosaurid with a "hatchet blade" crest. To get access to lots of patron only content check out https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino Use our affiliate link http://www.audibletrial.com/IKnowDino for a free trial of Audible where you can get ...more

  • Guanlong - Episode 147

    Sep 20 2017

    Interview with Jim Kirkland, the Utah State Paleontologist, and lead researcher on the Utahraptor project. The Utahraptor project involves preparing a massive block of at least half a dozen Utahraptors trapped in quicksand. Find out more or donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/utahraptor In the news: Day 3 of our SVP coverage; Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom merchandise; Friends of Dinosaur Ridge in Colorado is working on a building to protect their dinosaur tracks; and more Dinosaur of the day ...more

  • Lusotitan - Episode 146

    Sep 13 2017

    In the news: Day 2 of our SVP coverage; The Field Museum in Chicago is moving Sue to make room for a titanosaur; The Triceratops skull found in Thornton, Colorado is already going on display; The National Museum of Australia is getting a Muttaburrasaurus; A new Jurassic Park builder game, Jurassic World Evolution, will be released after Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom next year; dinosaur clothes; and more Dinosaur of the day Lusotitan a brachiosaurid found in Portugal that was about 82 ft (25 m) ...more

  • Piatnitzkysaurus - Episode 145

    Sep 06 2017

    Interview with Matthew Baron from the University of Cambridge. He's the author of the paper which proposed reclassifying dinosaurs into Ornithoscelida instead of the classical Saurischia and Ornithischia In the news: We cover the first day of SVP; new Triceratops skull found near Denver, Colorado; new dinosaur exhibits; videos; planters; and more Dinosaur of the day Piatnitzkysaurus, a megalosaurid theropod that lived in the Jurassic in what is now Argentina. To get access to lots of patron only...more

  • Buitreraptor - Episode 144

    Aug 30 2017

    In the news: A new largest troodontid discovered; A new paper shows the history of Megalosaurus finds going back to the 1600s; A nearly complete hadrosaur found in Canada; A new documentary with T. rex sounds is filming; and a history of dinosaurs in roadside America Dinosaur of the day Buitreraptor, a dromaeosaurid with many small teeth that lived in the Cretaceous in what is now Argentina. To get access to lots of patron only content check out https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino For links to eve...more

  • Paralititan - Episode 143

    Aug 23 2017

    In the news: Chilesaurus may provide more evidence for the Ornithoscelida dinosaur classification, representing an early ornithischian after branching from theropoda; A new Canadian ankylosaur skull; New dinosaur tracks all over the world; earliest and latest stegosaur finds called into question; dinosaur sculptures, seizures, and events. Dinosaur of the day Paralititan, a "tidal giant" titanosaur that lived in the Cretaceous in what is now Egypt. Help us cover the costs of getting to SVP 2017 a...more

  • Alxasaurus - Episode 142

    Aug 16 2017

    In the news: "The nodosaur" at the Royal Tyrrell Museum is now officially Borealopelta; "The titanosaur" at the American Museum of Natural History is now officially Patagotitan; An extremely thick dinosaur egg and a chicken sized dinosaur egg were both found; Saurian has been released on Steam Early Access, and we played it for the first time; New dinosaur fossil finds, books, comics, and other products Dinosaur of the day Alxasaurus, one of the earliest known dinosaurs in the superfamily Theriz...more

  • Ohmdenosaurus - Episode 141

    Aug 09 2017

    In the news: New cassowary-like dinosaur found in China; a helicopter ride helps rediscover the original Austrosaurus site; A group looking to test a space rover prototype find dinosaur fossils; New dinosaur events; clothes; and more Dinosaur of the day Ohmdenosaurus, a questionable sauropod genus that lived in the Early Jurassic in what is now Germany. Please consider helping us cover the costs of getting to SVP 2017 and get access to our Patrons-only video and/or a postcard! https://www.patreo...more

  • Liliensternus - Episode 140

    Aug 02 2017

    In the news: New ornithomimid discovered in southern Mongolia, Aepyornithomimus tugrikinensis; Two new studies look into how fast dinosaurs could (or couldn't) run; The first titanosaur with multiple pathologies (3 to be exact) was described; dinosaur emojis out on facebook and twitter; exhibits; limited edition collectibles; and more Dinosaur of the day Liliensternus, a basal Neotheropod that lived in the Triassic in what is now Germany. Please consider helping us cover the costs of getting to ...more

  • Bahariasaurus - Episode 139

    Jul 26 2017

    Interview with Danny Barta, a PhD candidate in Comparative Biology at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City. We talk to him about "The Titanosaur" exhibit at AMNH and details about when it was found in Argentina. In the news: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has wrapped; A new species of troodontid was identified in Alberta and named after Phillip Currie; Dinosaurs couldn't migrate far enough to justify cold blooded dinosaurs in Antarctica; Rapidly scanning fossils with a ...more

  • Antarctopelta - Episode 138

    Jul 19 2017

    In the news: A new titanosaur, Europatitan eastwoodi, named after Clint Eastwood was discovered in Spain; Charles Sternberg may have uncovered a new hadrosaur almost 100 years ago that is just now being realized; New dinosaur tracks in France, Switzerland, Cameroon, Gabon, and Texas; New paleoart, exhibits, videos, pictures, celebrations, clothes, a VR game, and more Dinosaur of the day Antarctopelta, an ankylosaur from Antarctica. If you would like your opinion heard, please fill out our listen...more

  • Olorotitan - Episode 137

    Jul 12 2017

    Interview with Dr. Victoria Arbour a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Royal Ontario Museum/University of Toronto, Canada and an ankylosaur expert. We discuss her latest (and greatest) ankylosaur discovery—Zuul. You can follow her on twitter @VictoriaArbour In the news: A sauropod was discovered near Winton, Australia with possible gut contents; Sensory organs on spinosaurid snouts may not be definitive evidence of aquatic behavior; Nearly 200 new dinosaur prints including a possible running orni...more

  • Jobaria - Episode 136

    Jul 05 2017

    Review of Michael Crichton's latest book Dragon Teeth which follows a fictionalized version of the bone wars in the wild west. Our review is full of spoilers, so you may want to read/listen to it before the episode by using the links below. Also, dinosaur of the day Jobaria, a sauropod that lived in the Jurassic in what is now Niger, Africa. Use our affiliate link http://www.audibletrial.com/IKnowDino for a free trial of Audible where you can get a copy of the audiobook version of Dragon Teeth. ...more

  • Siats - Episode 135

    Jun 28 2017

    In the news: a 3D printed flexible  Australovenator foot was used to recreate footprints; a new troodontid from China Daliansaurus liaoningensis recovered from smugglers; Most of an early flying dinosaur was found encased in amber; Gregory Paul makes a case for rearing saurpods; and tons of new dinosaur exhibits, classes, games, and events coming up Also, dinosaur of the day Siats, named after a predatory, man-eating monster in Ute Native American mythology Check out http://iknowdino.com/siats-e...more

  • Zby - Episode 134

    Jun 21 2017

    Review of You are Umasou, a Japanese dinosaur anime film featuring Maisaura, Ankylosaurus, and T. rex. Also, dinosaur of the day Zby, a Turiasaurian sauropod that lived in the Late Jurassic in what is now Portugal. Check out http://iknowdino.com/zby-episode-134 for, all the details we shared about Zby, and our fun fact. Our Teespring store has tons of I Know Dino merchandise at https://teespring.com/stores/i-know-dino-store And please visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside sc...more

  • Lesothosaurus - Episode 133

    Jun 14 2017

    In the news: A new troodontid found curled up in China; A Camarasaurus in Montana is the farthest north and oldest (30 years at death) found to date; new details on the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry mystery; A new paper adds fuel to the feathery vs scaly T. rex debate; dinosaur games, films, attractions, toys, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Lesothosaurus a small dinosaur with big eyes from the Early Jurassic in southern Africa. Check out http://iknowdino.com/lesothosaurus-episode-133 for ...more

  • Acanthopholis - Episode 132

    Jun 07 2017

    In the news: T. rex had such a powerful bite it may have caused “catastrophic explosion of some bones”; A theropod footprint was discovered imprinted in a fossilized brachiosaur vertebra; Why we can't tell male and female dinosaurs apart; more tracks, stamps, attractions, videos, books, documentaries, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Acanthopholis the platypus of ankylosaurs (pun intended). Check out http://iknowdino.com/acanthopholis-episode-132/ for links to every news story, all the detail...more

  • Gryposaurus - Episode 131

    May 31 2017

    In the news: Michael Crichton's newest book Dragon Teeth is now on sale; a new early coelophysoid from Argentina, Lucianovenator, was discovered; Early dinosaurs may have benefited from wings via extended hops before they could fly; 3 new dinosaur tracksites in China; A rare Eolambia found with tasty ribs and hips in place; More Torvosaurus finds in Portugaul; A spinosaurid tooth found near Tokyo; details on new exhibits; dinosaur related arrest; and more Also, dinosaur of the day Gryposaurus a ...more

  • Puertasaurus - Episode 130

    May 24 2017

    Interview with Tim Porter, Director of New Learning Resources at the Boston Children's Museum. The museum recently opened their first interactive dinosaur exhibit, Explore-a-saurus. In the news: A beautifully preserved unnamed nodosaur went on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, the first ankylosaur known with a complete head and tail club was found in Montana, an oviraptor embryo known from a nest has a new name, new dinosaur tracks, documentary, music video, sculpture, animation, car wash, an...more

  • Edmontosaurus - Episode 129

    May 17 2017

    In the news: There is a new early cretaceous troodontid Jianianhualong tengi; Diplodocus pabsti is now Galeamopus hayi thanks to the team who brought back Brontosaurus; 3 vertebrae from the new titanosaur Tengrisaurus starkovi were recovered in Russia; New dinosaur videos, pictures, drawings, books, articles, TV shows, exhibits, graphic novel, coin, Spectacle app, alpaca hair style, and much more Also, dinosaur of the day Edmontosaurus the ubiquitous "duck-billed" dinosaur that lived in the Cret...more

  • Yutyrannus - Episode 128

    May 10 2017

    Interview with Thea Boodhoo, a Director at the Institute for the Study of Mongolian Dinosaurs (ISMD). We talk about her recent adventures in Mongolia scouting for a new museum at the Flaming Cliffs. You can help support the preservation of Mongolian dinosaurs and their new museum by visiting mongoliandinosaurs.org Please also consider joining our growing community on Patreon you can get a shout out on the show, ad-free episodes, and our dinosaur books! In the news: New dinosaur Vouivria damparis...more

  • Masiakasaurus - Episode 127

    May 03 2017

    In the news: Jeff Goldblum (and likely a submarine) will be in Jurassic World 2; the rare Argentinian hadrosaur, Bonapartesaurus was described; More dinosaur eggs have been found in China; Did Sinosauropteryx and Kulindadromeus remains have feathers or collagen? A new movie based on Danny and the Dinosaur is coming soon; New dinosaur museums and exhibits; and much more Also, dinosaur of the day Masiakasaurus, the "vicious lizard" noasaurid theropod that lived in the Cretaceous in what is now Mad...more

  • Australovenator - Episode 126

    Apr 26 2017

    In the news: Dinosaur nests found in Argentina with animals trying to eat the eggs; 4 new Anchiornis specimens including feather impressions, Moabosaurus is already on display at BYU; more dinosaur footprints from Argentina, paleontologists found the body of a Corythosaurus which they found the head of almost 100 years ago; A new dinosaur ancestor named Teleocrater was discovered; new dinosaur exhibits, mascots, and videos; plus Jurassic World 2 news; and much more Also, dinosaur of the day Aust...more

  • Omeisaurus - Episode 125

    Apr 19 2017

    In the news: Zhongjianosaurus yangi a 310g (11oz) raptor from the early cretaceous was found in China and resembles a mini velociraptor; Moabosaurus Utahensis a likely titanosaur also from the early cretaceous was found near Moab, Utah in a huge, shattered, bug-eaten bonebed; Camarasaurus may have had a beak; dinosaur Easter festivities; Barney's 25th birthday; Jurassic World 2 news; I Know Dino named to the top 10 dinosaur blogs; and more Also, dinosaur of the day Omeisaurus, a sauropod that li...more

  • Majungasaurus - Episode 124

    Apr 12 2017

    Interview with Ariel Marcy, a biologist, PhD student, tutor, and creator of the educational game "Go Extinct!" through her startup STEAM Galaxy. Get "Go Extinct!" at steamgalaxy.com and follow Ariel's progress on her new games at aemarcy.com Calling all dinosaur enthusiasts: Join our growing community on Patreon and get a sticker through April 18, 2017. In the news: New tyrannosaur from Montana named Daspletosaurus horneri published with a description of crocodile-like sensitive lips, new cre...more

  • Barapasaurus - Episode 123

    Apr 05 2017

    In the news: New largest dinosaur footprint found in Australia among 21 different dinosaurs' tracks, 6 of which haven't been seen before; A new large abelisaurid, Chenanisaurus barbaricus, was discovered in a Morrocan mine; evidence of more tyrannosaurs in Mexico; progress continues on the utahraptor project with a new jaw; Jurassic World 2 may have dinosaurs carrying weapons; Chinese police arrested egg thieves; and much more. Also, dinosaur of the day Barapasaurus a nearly completely recover...more

  • Lourinhanosaurus - Episode 122

    Mar 29 2017

    Interview with Dr. Thomas Hegna, Assistant Professor at Western Illinois University, who specializes in invertebrates, specifically arthropods; and Robert Johnson, Curator of the Geology Museum at WIU, and the artist who makes awesome dinosaur 3D prints look just like authentic fossils. In the news: A new hypothesis reclassifies dinosaurs into Ornithoscelida & Saurischia, Hypsilophodons flocking in a low floodplain were buried alive over and over again, Dino eggs in Southwest Alberta, Jurassi...more

  • Gorgosaurus - Episode 121

    Mar 22 2017

    In the news: First picture from Jurassic World 2 released, massive crouching theropod print, details on a bloat and float hadrosaur, crocdylomorph eggs in a dinosaur nest, new ankylosaur armor and bones found in Hungary, "Dino factor" auditions in Nottingham, new dinosaur books, Archaeopteryx holotype is headed to Tokyo, new dinosaur monopoly tokens, Saurian is delayed for another few months, and much more. Also, dinosaur of the day Gorgosaurus a tyrannosaurid from Alberta that has been found ...more

  • Daspletosaurus - Episode 120

    Mar 15 2017

    Interview with Bruce Schumacher South Zone Paleontologist for the US Forest Service. In the news: A massive set of footprints in Northeast Thailand may show group behavior in theropods, evidence that Lesothosaurus was an omnivore, preschoolers fundraising for dinosaurs, "She Found Fossils" book on Kickstarter, symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies scheduled for Portugal this fall, details on the Smithsonian Triceratops, a new T-rex bust from Chronicle Collectibles, new paleoart from James Gurn...more

  • Chasmosaurus - Episode 119

    Mar 08 2017

    In the news: New sauropodiform dinosaur Xingxiulong chengi, a dinosaur egg is getting prepped for display at Auburn University, a 12-year old girl found a massive Edmontosaurus, new dinosaur sculptures in Atlanta, Port Lympne and Singapore, the Field Museum has a pop-up bar/museum exhibit, full body tracking dinosaur VR at GDC, potential answers to why dinosaurs became bipedal, and much more Also, dinosaur of the day Chasmosaurus, a ceratopsid with an adorable juvenile specimen recently found ...more

  • Suchomimus - Episode 118

    Mar 01 2017

    Interview with Nelio Bugallo, AKA Jaye Jurassick, a tattoo apprentice, and paleoartist. Check out his Jurassic Park toys & replicas on Etsy. Or check out his art on Red Bubble, neliobugallo.com, Facebook, and Instagram. In the news: New Jurassic dinosaur Isaberrysaurua mollensis discovered, new insights into how the "Fighting Dinosaurs" fossilized mid-battle, more osteoderms, eggs & footprints, and much more. Also, dinosaur of the day Suchomimus, a Spinosaurid from Niger, Africa. Check out h...more

  • Mamenchisaurus - Episode 117

    Feb 22 2017

    In the news: New dinosaur Cruralispenna multidonta, Finnish heavy metal dinosaur band, Kong: Skull Island won't have dinosaurs, Jurassic World 2 might have dinosaur rights activists, a dancing dinosaur, Barnum Brown's 144th birthday, new dinosaur preservation program in Nebraska, what kind of lips did dinosaurs have? Follow-up on hopping dinosaurs, and much more. Also dinosaur of the day Mamenchisaurus, a sauropod with a neck that makes up half its body length. Please visit https://www.patreon....more

  • Miragaia - Episode 116

    Feb 15 2017

    In the news: New titanosaur Triufosaurus leonarddi has been discovered, proteins recovered from the rib of a 195 million year old Lufengosaurus, new free dinosaur classes, crocheted dinosaur eggs, Hearthstone is probably getting a dinosaur expansion, more people in donsaur costumes, Ark: Survival Evolved is experimenting without tamed dinos, and much more. Also dinosaur of the day Miragaia, a stegosaurid with a long neck. This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. Their books are ...more

  • Rajasaurus - Episode 115

    Feb 08 2017

    In the news: New ceratopsid from Mexico called Yehuecauhceratops mudei, The first ceratopsid from eastern North America reported, Massive new dinosaur trackway in Northern British Columbia with sauropods, theropods, ornithopods and potentially a Therizinosaurus, The Ark of Craft: Dinosaurs mobile game review, T-rex weddings, rodeos and alligator feedings, DinoFest 2017, snow dinosaur sculptures, and much more. Also dinosaur of the day Rajasaurus, an abelisaurid theropod with an unusual head cres...more

  • Achelousaurus - Episode 114

    Feb 01 2017

    In the news: Verification of the collagen traces from a Brachylophosaurus bone, The Isle of Wight has a new Mantellisaurus, Dragon Teeth is available for pre-order, Ark: Survival Evolved gets pokemon, students plead guilty to stealing fossils, Arkansaurus fridayi progresses towards state recognition, cats groomed to look like dinosaurs, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Achelousaurus, a ceratopsid with bosses that make it look like it had its horns ripped off. This episode was brought to you b...more

  • Aucasaurus - Episode 113

    Jan 25 2017

    In the news: Extreme cold may have wiped out the dinosaurs, My Pet Dinosaur trailer released, the American Museum of Natural History is getting an expansion, Monopoly might get a new dinosaur piece, Arkansas is hoping to have an official dinosaur, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Aucasaurus, an abelisaurid that lived in the late Cretaceous in what is now Argentina. This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. Their books are available on apbooks.net and you can purchase their "col...more

  • Diabloceratops - Episode 112

    Jan 18 2017

    Review of Theodore Rex, a campy 90s buddy cop movie with Whoopi Goldberg and animatronic dinosaurs. In the news: Footprints uncovered in New Mexico may show theropods hunting in a pack, several pieces of Ankylosaur news out of SVP, A bunch of new dinosaur songs, Dippy is packed up and ready for a roadtrip, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Diabloceratops, a ceratopsian with two large horns coming out of its frill that are the "devil horns". This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishi...more

  • Malawisaurus - Episode 111

    Jan 11 2017

    In the news: Limusaurus started off life with teeth and when it grew up, replaced its teeth with a beak; dinosaur eggs took twice as long to hatch as previously thought; new dinosaur emojis being released in June; dinosaurs in Stardew Valley (a Harvest Moon like farming game); new VR game called "Ark Park" coming in 2017, and much more. Also dinosaur of the day Malawisaurus, a titanosaur that lived in Malawi in Africa, during the Early Cretaceous. This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Pu...more

  • Best of 2016 - Episode 110

    Jan 04 2017

    Mummified bird wings discovered in amber, tens of thousands of dinosaur tracks found in British Columbia, a sauropod blood pressure test, amazing dinosaur creations, and much more happened in 2016. Here are some of your favorites! This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. Their books are available on apbooks.net and you can purchase their "coloring puzzles" on paleoartisans.com. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information on this and previous episodes. You can also visi...more

  • Eustreptospondylus - Episode 109

    Dec 28 2016

    Interview with Dr. Eric Morschhauser, an Assistant Professor at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania who has worked with early birds, theropods and recently basal neoceratopsians. In the news: Tickets for the new show "Dinosaurs in the Wild" are on sale, early dinosaurs had much more variation within the species than modern birds do, new information about dinosaur teeth, a behind-the-scenes look of the new National Fossil Hall, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Eustreptospondylus, a megalosa...more

  • Rugops - Episode 108

    Dec 21 2016

    In the news: A feathered dinosaur tail was found in amber, sauropod Agustinia ligabuei probably didn't have dermal armor, an Allosaurus skeleton sold in France for €1.1m while a dinosaur statue sold in Milwaukee for $11, a new mobile game featuring dinosaurs called Morphite was announced, the marsupial Didelphodon vorax may have eaten dinosaurs in the Cretaceous, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Rugops, a theropod with a wrinkled face. This episode was brought to you by Artemesia Publishing. ...more

  • Gigantoraptor - Episode 107

    Dec 14 2016

    Interview with Brad Jost, from the Jurassic Park Podcast. You can learn more about the Jurassic Park Podcast on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.! In the news: New research shows that Microraptor and other early feathered dinosaurs may have been able to fly, sauropods' rear claws served an interesting purpose, fossils discovered in old gaurd rails, maybe dinosaurs were cold blooded after all, Dino Frontier and Durango offer new games for dinosaur fans, Disney's Animal Kingdom dinosaur...more

  • Einiosaurus - Episode 106

    Dec 07 2016

    Interview with Jesse Pruitt, digital preparator at the Idaho Virtualization Lab and technology specialist at Idaho State University. Check the Lab's Facebook, Sketchfab, or ResearchQuest pages. Or Jesse's ArtStation or Facebook page. New research on the largest dinosaur track assemblage in South China, Roy Chapman Andrews in VR, Prince George's favorite dinosaur is T-rex, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Einiosaurus, a ceratopsian with a curvy nasal horn. This episode was brought to you by ...more

  • Centrosaurus - Episode 105

    Nov 30 2016

    Interview with Dr. Sean Gulick from the University of Texas, Austin. He and his team just finished creating a detailed model of the the enormous dinosaur killing impact after evaluating core samples that they took from the Chicxulub peak ring. New theropods from Argentina, new dinosaur footprints from New Mexico, ceratopsians with "nose balloons", Stegoceras novomexicanum was probably unique enough to be it's own species, the new movie Kong: Skull Island may include a giant triceratops, and more...more

  • Archaeopteryx - Episode 104

    Nov 23 2016

    Interview with Ari Rudenko, an experimental dance choreographer and director, whose latest work is PARA / AVIS Dancing with Dinosaurs. You can see Ari's work on his Youtube channel or on his Facebook page. A new"mud dragon" dinosaur was found in China after a TNT blast, dinosaurs co-existed with their dinosauromorph ancestors longer than previously thought, a preserved oviraptor claw sheath, a voting dinosaur, Dinosaur Circus, world record coprolite collection, Dippy's tour stops, and more. Also...more

  • Saltasaurus - Episode 103

    Nov 16 2016

    Interview with paleontologist Dr. Daniel Chure and communications professional Thea Boodhoo, about their work on the Dinosaur National Monument's Digital Quarry project. Young tyrannosaurs lived different lifestyles from their parents, find your own fossils in New Jersey or Alabama, Lusotitan may be a genus again, leaf eating insects give clues about a post-dinosaur world, were dinosaurs struck by lightening? And more. Also dinosaur of the day Saltasaurus, the first known sauropod to have skin a...more

  • Edmontonia - Episode 102

    Nov 09 2016

    Interview with Peter May, Founder and President of Research Casting International. A new Australian sauropod Savannasaurus elliottorum as well as the first sauropod skull from Australia were found, a "flock" of Avimimus, fossilized iguanodontian brain, Dinovember returns, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Edmontonia, a nodosaur found in the Edmonton Formation in Canada that had shoulder spikes. This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more ...more

  • Barsboldia - Episode 101

    Nov 02 2016

    A new pair of a 66-million-year-old dinosaur skin impressions in Spain, a Go Fund Me page to raise money to properly reveal the group of Utahraptor bones from a nine ton rock, the ankylosaur Liaoningosaurus may have eaten fish (not just plants), Worf and other Klingons from Star Trek may owe their iconic foreheads to dinosaur vertebrae, a new dinosaur museum is being planned by Rowan University,  Superman took a trip to "Dinosaur Island", and more. Also dinosaur of the day Barsboldia, a large ha...more

  • Brontosaurus - Episode 100

    Oct 26 2016

    Interview with Dr. Emanuel Tschopp, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Turin in Torino, Italy, as well as the author of numerous papers, one of the most well known being, a study published in 2015 about 81 sauropod specimens, which found Brontosaurus to be a valid genus again. You can find more of Dr. Tschopp's work at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Emanuel_Tschopp. A new antarctic fossil preserved the oldest known bird vocal organ, Spanish researchers have found one of the younges...more

  • Afrovenator - Episode 99

    Oct 19 2016

    Brazil has a new largest titanosaur Austroposeidon magnificus, another titanosaur from Argentina had a nasty bone infection, terracotta dinosaur heads were made in Eastnor Castle, a 360° video of the Jurassic Coast, an enormous titanosaur footprint was found in Mongolia, a review of a new game on the Oculus Rift called “Jungle Dino VR”, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Afrovenator, a megalosaurid theropod that lived in the middle Jurassic in what is now Niger. This episode was brought to you ...more

  • Homalocephale - Episode 98

    Oct 12 2016

    Interview with Dr. Victoria Arbour a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Royal Ontario Museum/University of Toronto, Canada and an ankylosaur expert. You can follow her on twitter @VictoriaArbour New study uncovers a link between skull ornamentation and giant theropods like T-rex, details about the director of Jurassic World 2, a new LEGO Jurassic World animated short, dinosaur sculptures, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Homalocephale (Prenocephale), a pachycephalosaurid that lived in the late ...more

  • Argentinosaurus - Episode 97

    Oct 05 2016

    A new ornithomimid dinosaur called Rativates evadens, Wrapper Raptors, updates on the 9 foot block of Utahraptors, the new Transformers movie Transformers: The Last Knight, will have more dino-robots, six roadside dinosaur attractions in southern California; and dinosaur of the day Argentinosaurus, a titanosaur from Argentina, and one of the largest known dinosaurs. This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a map of...more

  • Irritator - Episode 96

    Sep 28 2016

    The most accurate reconstruction of a ceratopsian to date thanks to preserved skin; Everybody is dressing up as T-rex; New dinosaurs in VR; Jurassic World 2 budget may have doubled; and dinosaur of the day Irritator, a spinosaurid theropod whose name comes from "the feeling the authors felt (understated here) when discovering that the snout had been artificially elongated." This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including ...more

  • Vastatosaurus rex - Episode 95

    Sep 24 2016

    Interview with Dr. Brian Noble, author of Articulating Dinosaurs. New carnivorous dinosaur Wiehenvenator albati discovered, Jurassic World 2 is officially a trilogy and will have open source dinosaur technology, custom dinosaur shirts, new games, new shows, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Vastatosaurus rex, a fictionalized version of T-rex from the movie King Kong. This episode was brought to you by The Royal Tyrrell Museum. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a map ...more

  • Raptorex - Episode 94

    Sep 14 2016

    Interview with Dr. Dave Varricchio from Montana State University about Troodon and dinosaur eggs. New dinosaur footprints discovered in Australia while new dinosaur footprints are going on display in New Zealand, "Back to Dinosaur Island" 1&2 reviews as well as a new VR video of Dreadnoughtus, balloon-like dinosaurs made of clay, dinosaurs playing sports, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Raptorex, a tyrannosaurid that some think may be a juvenile Tarbosaurus. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for...more

  • Pachycephalosaurus - Episode 93

    Sep 07 2016

    Several ancient tectonic plates were found beneath the Philippine Sea, a new video shows behind the scenes at Creature Technology, the company in Melbourne that makes robotic dinosaurs for museums and live shows, Jurassic World: The Exhibition is on the move from Melbourne and will be stopping at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia next, ASOS, a British brand, is selling wearable dinosaur tails, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Pachycephalosaurus, an ornithischian with a thick skull. Visit ...more

  • Psittacosaurus - Episode 92

    Aug 31 2016

    Seattle's Burke Museum is getting a T-rex skull, the world's largest dinosaur toy collection, Leaping Laelaps, or Dryptosaurus is coming back to the New Jersey State Museum, a new TV series of Michael Crichton's Dragon Teeth is coming to the National Geographic Channel. Also dinosaur of the day Psittacosaurus, a hadrosauroid from Italy whose holotype has the nickname "Antonio." Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a map of dinosaur museums near you, and let us know if yo...more

  • Rapator - Episode 91

    Aug 24 2016

    Interview with Dr. Ellinor Michel, who currently does research at the Natural History Museum, London, Department of Life Sciences, and chair of the Trustees and Management Board for Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs. In addition to their website You can also find the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs on Facebook or Twitter. Or you can watch several films about them like The Lost Valley of London, The Seven Deadly Agents of Destruction, or check out the Emerald Ant who built a travelling version of thei...more

  • Byronosaurus - Episode 90

    Aug 17 2016

    Interview with Dr. John Scannella, interim curator at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana. A new book by Michael Crichton about the Bone Wars will soon be published posthumously, an Oxford University Utahraptor needs a new home, and you can sleep with animatronic dinosaurs at Snorassic Park at the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. Also dinosaur of the day Byronosaurus, a troodontid that lived in what is now Mongolia. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a map of dinosaur muse...more

  • Shantungosaurus - Episode 89

    Aug 10 2016

    Interview with David Trexler, Cory Coverdell, and Kara Ludwig from the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center in Bynum, Montana. Dinosaurs could see more shades of red than humans can, possibly meaning that they had red feathers or skin, X-ray scans find severe arthritis in a hadrosaur, the largest carnivorous dinosaur footprint ever was found, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Shantungosaurus, one of the largest known ornithischians. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link t...more

  • Baryonyx - Episode 88

    Aug 03 2016

    Interview with Thea Boodhoo and Dr. Bolorsetseg Minjin from the Institute for the Study of Mongolian Dinosaurs. Go to igg.me/at/mongoliandinos to support Mongolian Dinosaurs and get some awesome dinosaur swag! A new Argentinian carnivore named Murusraptor barrosaensis is a close relative to Megaraptor, Paleontologists scan the most complete specimen of Heterodontosaurus tucki ever discovered at the European Synchrotron, Dr. Scott Persons revealed more details about his recent find named "Hannah"...more

  • Iguanodon - Episode 87

    Jul 27 2016

    Interview with Cameron White, Head of Gallery Experience at the Royal Tyrrell Museum. A new Argentinian carnivore named Gualicho shinyae, Paleontologists discovered the first facial tumor on a dinosaur from Transylvania, New research on the evolution of bird vocalizations gives insight into what dinosaurs may have sounded like, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Iguanodon, the second dinosaur ever named. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near ...more

  • Albertosaurus - Episode 86

    Jul 20 2016

    Interview with Jewels Goff Education Outreach Programs Coordinator & George Jacob President of the Phillip J Currie Dinosaur Museum. Antarctic Extinction Evidence may point to a second extinction even caused by the Deccan Traps eruptions, NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office is monitoring the skies for extinction-sized objects, Huge Dinosaur Trackway found in BC Canada, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Albertosaurus, T-rex's Canadian cousin. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more info...more

  • Carnotaurus - Episode 85

    Jul 13 2016

    Movie review of Tammy and the T-rex, a low budget early 90s movie where a man's (Paul Walker's) brain gets transplanted into a robotic T-Rex; then his girlfriend (Denise Richards) tries to help him escape from his captors. Also, dinosaur of the day Carnotaurus, a large theropod with thick horns above its eyes Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Xixiasaurus - Episode 84

    Jul 05 2016

    Interview with Dr. Scott Persons, who has a PhD in evolution and systematics from the University of Alberta and works for Dr. Philip J. Currie (who we interviewed in Tarbosaurus - episode 4). Dinosaur news, including scientists have found two mummified baby dinosaur/bird wings, dinosaur bones in Thailand, Chester city centre dinosaur trails, and more. Also our dinosaur of the day Xixiasaurus, a troodontid with sickle claws and keen senses. You can reach Dr. Persons on Twitter @WScottPersons. And...more

  • Velociraptor - Episode 83

    Jun 29 2016

    Interview with Geoff Jones, author of the adult thriller, The Dinosaur Four. Learn more about Geoff at his website, geoffjoneswriter.com. Montana has a new dinosaur, nicknamed "Big Monty", 18 ft tall dinosaur puppets roam Ann Arbor Michigan, new dinosaur museum exhibits, and Backyard Terrors a popular dinosaur attraction may get shut down if it can't meet zoning codes. Also our dinosaur of the day Velociraptor a small dromaeosaurid often confused with Deinonychus or Utahraptor (because of Jurass...more

  • Ouranosaurus - Episode 82

    Jun 22 2016

    Interview with Dr. David Hone, a Lecturer in Zoology at Queen Mary University of London and blogger on archosaur musings. A calculator that can tell you exactly how a meteor impact would affect you, someone runs American Ninja Warrior in a t-rex costume, robotic dinosaurs in the upcoming PS4 game Horizon Zero Dawn,  ceratopsians in sweaters, creapy dinosaur-human hybrids that almost made it into Jurassic Park 4, and more. Also dinosaur of the day Ouranosaurus, a large basal hadrosauroid with a h...more

  • Citipati - Episode 81

    Jun 15 2016

    Interview with the creators of the new game on Kickstarter, Saurian. Also how did sauropods get blood to their head? Dino statue thieves, and new dinosaur tracks discovered. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino.

  • Ornitholestes - Episode 80

    Jun 08 2016

    Dinosaur news, including the new ceratopsian Machairoceratops cronusi, scientists have found that Pawpawsaurus campbelli, a relative of Ankylosaurus, didn't have a club tail but did have an excellent sense of smell, dinosaur emojis, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Ornitholestes, a small theropod with grasping hands and huge eyes it may have used for hunting at night. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Abelisaurus - Episode 79

    Jun 01 2016

    Dinosaur news, including the new ceratopsian Spiclypeus shipporum, scientists have found that Stegosaurus has a stronger bite force than previously thought, the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Alberta, Canada has been ranked 7th in Conde Nast Traveller's top 10 best museum openings, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Abelisaurus, an apex predator from Argentina that may have hunted titanosaurs. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Oviraptor - Episode 78

    May 25 2016

    Dinosaur news, including the evolution and size of sauropods, dinosaur museums and summer dinosaur events, dinosaur tracks, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Oviraptor, a misunderstood theropod originally thought to be an egg thief. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Tethyshadros - Episode 77

    May 18 2016

    Dinosaur news, including new titanosaur Sarmientosaurus, a Wear 4D+ app where you can see an image of a dinosaur on your t-shirt, studies about dinosaurs leaving Europe in the early Cretaceous and how diplodocids ate their food, Antarctic dinosaurs, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Tethyshadros, a hadrosauroid from Italy whose holotype has the nickname "Antonio." Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Marshosaurus - Episode 76

    May 11 2016

    Dinosaur news, including how birds use legs in flight, dreaming dinosaurs, dinosaurs in the virtual reality, film, and TV, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Marshosaurus,a carnivorous theropod named after Charles Marsh. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Sinraptor - Episode 75

    May 04 2016

    Interview with Dr. Manabu Sakamoto, paleontologist and leadauthorof the, paper "Dinosaurs in decline tens of millions ofyearsbefore their final extinction," which was published intheProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in April2016. Also, dinosaur of the day Sinraptor, anallosauroidtheropod that lived in the Jurassic in what is nowChina, anddinosaur news, including Kenneth Lacovara's TED TalkaboutDreadnoughtus, a new study about volcanoes anddinosaurs,baby sauropod growth, and more....more

  • Scipionyx - Episode 74

    Apr 27 2016

    Dinosaur news, including newly discovered caenagnathid dinosaur Apatoraptor pennatus, a new study that found dinosaurs may have been on their way to extinction before the asteroid hit, dinosaur festivals, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Scipionyx, a compsognathid that lived in Italy and has the nickname "Ciro." Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Barosaurus - Episode 73

    Apr 20 2016

    Dinosaur news, including a new type of dinosaur egg in China, Polyclonoolithus yangjiagouensis, fossilized leg bones of Asilisaurus kongwe, a relative of dinosaurs, burned hadrosaur bones in South America, an ankylosaur with scale rot, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Barosaurus, a sauropod with a 30 ft long neck, one of the longest necks of any dinosaur. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Bagaceratops - Episode 72

    Apr 13 2016

    Dinosaur news, including newly discovered dinosaur Datonglong tianzhenensis, a study on how sauropods evolved to become giants, videos on dinosaur evolution, the discovery of a juvenile Pachycephalosaurus, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Bagaceratops, a small ceratopsian that would make a great pet. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Leaellynasaura - Episode 71

    Apr 06 2016

    Dinosaur news, including blood vessels found in duck-billed dinosaurs, facts about dinosaur eggs, new dinosaur exhibits, chocolate dinosaurs, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Leaellynasaura, a polar ornithischian that may have burrowed to keep warm. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Mapusaurus - Episode 70

    Mar 30 2016

    Dinosaur news, including new dinosaur Boreonykus certekorum, dinosaur museum exhibits, dinosaur pranks, Jurassic World 2 updates, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Mapusaurus, one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs found so far. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Microraptor - Episode 69

    Mar 23 2016

    Dinosaur news, including newly named dinosaurs Fukuivenator paradoxus (theropod from Japan) and Timurlengia euotica (T-rex ancestor), study of a pregnant T-rex, the push for Arkansaurus fridayi to be Arkansas' state dinosaur, traveling dinosaur toys, and more. Plus dinosaur of the day Microraptor, a crow-sized dinosaur with four wings. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Cryolophosaurus - Episode 68

    Mar 16 2016

    Dinosaur news, including the unfortunate passing of Jurassica founder Michael Hanlon, a severely injured Dilophosaurus, a new dinosaur theme park in Thailand, tons of dinosaur videos, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Cryolophosaurus, a theropod with a curved head crest found in Antarctica. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Arlo the Apatosaurus - Episode 67

    Mar 07 2016

    Interview with Chris Coulson, the creator of Dexter the baby T-rex and Rent a Dinosaur.  Also a review of Land Before Time, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story, and The Good Dinosaur on blu-ray. Plus, dinosaur of the day Arlo the Apatosaurus, from Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino.

  • Best of I Know Dino Year 1 - Episode 66

    Mar 03 2016

    A roundup of the best dinosaur news stories from our first year of podcasting I Know Dino. Also, big thanks to the amazing paleontologists, artists, writers, game developers, students, and other dinosaur enthusiasts we got to interview over the past year. And of course, shout out to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino! We couldn't have done this without you. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you

  • Utahceratops - Episode 65

    Feb 26 2016

    Dinosaur news, including tyrannosaur ancestors, David Attenborough in a virtual reality video with a titanosaur, dinosaur tumors, Good Dinosaur updates, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Utahceratops, a three-horned ceratopsian with a large head. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Kentrosaurus - Episode 64

    Feb 19 2016

    Dinosaur news, including new hadrosauroid Sirindhorna khoratensis, pranksters blocking traffic with a replica Triceratops, how to build a flexing robotic dinosaur limb, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Kentrosaurus, a stegosaur smaller than Stegosaurus and with shoulder spikes. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Concavenator - Episode 63

    Feb 11 2016

    Dinosaur news, including Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit, new comic miniseries "Voracious", Titanosaur and Blue Whale texts at the American Museum of Natural History, dinosaur bouquets, and more. Plus, dinosaur of the day Concavenator, a carcharodontosaur with quill knobs and a hump back. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Fosterovenator - Episode 62

    Feb 05 2016

    Dinosaur news, including newly discovered titanosaur Notocolossus gonzalezparejasi, newly discovered hadrosaur Eotrachodon orientalis, researchers in Antarctica, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Fair, and more. Plus, dinosaur of the day Fosterovenator, a rare juvenile theropod from the Morrison Formation. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Tyrannotitan - Episode 61

    Jan 28 2016

    Dinosaur news, including the discovery of a baby Chasmosaurus, Jurassic World and virtual reality, T-rex costumes, and more. Plus, dinosaur of the day Tyrannotitan, a carcharodontosaurid with experimental teeth. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Eoraptor - Episode 60

    Jan 20 2016

    Interview with Brad Jost, host of the show Jurassic Park Podcast, where we talk about all the movies, shows, toys, and other dinosaur media from 2015.  Also dinosaur news, including the new titanosaur on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, tyrannosaurid trackways in Glenrock, Wyoming, and more. Plus, dinosaur of the day Eoraptor, one of the earliest known dinosaurs of all time. Visit http://www.IKnowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near ...more

  • Falcarius - Episode 59

    Jan 15 2016

    Dinosaur news, including newly discovered dinosaur Ischioceratops zhuchengensis, analysis of the "dinosaur death pose," dinosaur courtship dance, anre more. Also, dinosaur of the day Falcarius, one of the earliest theropods to switch from eating meat to eating plants. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Saurophaganax - Episode 58

    Jan 08 2016

    Dinosaur news, including newly discovered dinosaur Morelladon beltrani, T-rex purchases, Jurassic cliffs landslide, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Saurophaganax, a meat-eating dinosaur excavated during the Great Depression under the Works Progress Administration. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Compsognathus - Episode 57

    Dec 28 2015

    Dinosaur news, including newly discovered dinosaurs Kunbarrasaurus and Hualianceratops, Jurassic World 2 details, a hatching dinosaur candle, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Compsognathus, a small dinosaur whose name means “elegant jaw.” Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Coelurus - Episode 56

    Dec 21 2015

    Dinosaur news, including Josh Cotton's videos on The Doodling Dino, augmented reality dinosaurs, gifts for dinosaur enthusiasts, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Coelurus, the first named small theropod found in the Morrison Formation. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Elaphrosaurus - Episode 55

    Dec 14 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a new ceratopsian, possibly a leptoceratosid, dinosaur prints in Zimbabwe, new research on how bird embryos show the evolution of dinosaur ankles, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Elaphrosaurus, a small theropod whose name means “light weight lizard.” Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Becklespinax - Episode 54

    Dec 08 2015

    Dinosaur news, including links between egg porosity and dinosaur nest type, Neil Degrasse Tyson's theories on how humans and dinosaurs could co-exist, sauropod tracks from the Middle Jurassic in the Isle of Skye, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Becklespinax, a dinosaur known from three high spines. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Dryosaurus and The Good Dinosaur - Episode 53

    Dec 02 2015

    An in-depth review of Disney Pixar's The Good Dinosaur, a beautifully animated film about Arlo the dinosaur and Spot the human. Also, dinosaur of the day Dryosaurus, whose name means "tree lizard." Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Lythronax - Episode 52

    Nov 23 2015

    Dinosaur news, including new ornithomimosaur Tototlmimus packardensis, a "Dinosaurs of Utah" museum in Japan, The Good Dinosaur, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Lythronax, the earliest known tyrannosaurid from Laramidia. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • To @libsyn: #ThanksPodcasting from I Know Dino!

    Nov 22 2015

    I Know Dino on the Thanks, Podcasting podcast on Libsyn. 

  • Alamosaurus - Episode 51

    Nov 18 2015

    Dinosaur news including a new dinosaur Dakotaraptor with impressive speed and feathers, Music of The Good Dinosaur Music, and details on how T-Rex and Allosaurus bit their prey.  Also, dinosaur of the day Alamosaurus, a titanosaur from the American southwest.   Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information

  • Hesperosaurus - Episode 50

    Nov 10 2015

    Dinosaur news, including titanosaurs that buried eggs, a newly found Ornithomimus had tail feathers and skin tissue, the story behind the re-making of Pixar's The Good Dinosaur, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Hesperosaurus, one of the oldest stegosaurs from the Morrison Formation. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Muttaburrasaurus - Episode 49

    Nov 04 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a "dragon's nest" of dinosaur eggs, distorted sauropod necks, fake dinosaur bones in Central Park, NY, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Muttaburrasaurus, one of the few known dinosaurs found in Australia. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Therizinosaurus - Episode 48

    Oct 26 2015

    Dinosaur news, including Pixar's The Good Dinosaur updates, a new theropod claw found in Minnesota, the "Saints and Sinners Quarry" in Utah, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Therizinosaurus, who inspired Indominus Rex in Jurassic World. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Megalosaurus - Episode 47

    Oct 19 2015

    A review of the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Also, dinosaur of the day Megalosaurus, a carnivore and one of the three dinosaurs to comprise the original group Dinosauria. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Alvarezsaurus - Episode 46

    Oct 12 2015

    Dinosaur news, including new species Dakotadon lakotaensis, melanosomes that can indicate the colors of dinosaurs, dinosaur videos, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Alvarezsaurus, a cute, feathery dinosaur. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Ceratosaurus - Episode 45

    Oct 05 2015

    A review of Dinosaur National Monument in Utah and Colorado, which is celebrating its 100-year anniversary. Also dinosaur of the day Ceratosaurus, a carnivore with a nasal horn. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Pachyrhinosaurus - Episode 44

    Sep 28 2015

    Interview with archaeology student Christopher Lowman. Also dinosaur of the day Pachyrhinosaurus, a “horned” dinosaur that actually had bosses, not horns. And dinosaur news, including a new duck billed dinosaur from Alaska, Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis, two new dinosaur nesting sites, The Good Dinosaur updates, and more. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Acheroraptor - Episode 43

    Sep 21 2015

    Interview with developers of the game Saurian, a survival based dinosaur game. Also dinosaur of the day Acheroraptor, a dromaeosaurid from the Hell Creek Formation and one of Saurian's playable dinosaurs, and dinosaur news, including a new ceratopsian nicknamed Ava, a juvenile Allosaurus skeleton going up for auction, Jurassic World 2 speculations, and more. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Styracosaurus - Episode 42

    Sep 15 2015

    Interview with Brad Jost, host of the Jurassic Park Podcast and covering news and everything Jurassic Park and Jurassic World. Also dinosaur of the day Styracosaurus, a fierce looking dinosaur known for its spikes, and dinosaur news, including how Ankylosaurus got its tail, a new raptor from Australia, the esports competition Ark: Survival Evolved, and more. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Stegoceras - Episode 41

    Sep 08 2015

    Dinosaur news, including Jurassic World behind-the-scenes featurettes, fossilized poop found inside a pterosaur, Dinosaur National Monument becoming a park, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Stegoceras, a pachycephalosaurid with a smooth domed head.  Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Massospondylus - Episode 40

    Sep 01 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a newly discovered set of sauropod tracks that run 50 m, or 164 ft, angiosperms that were around the same time as dinosaurs, opalised dinosaur fossils, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Massospondylus, a sauropodomorph with long thumb claws and some of the best preserved nests. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Brachiosaurus - Episode 39

    Aug 24 2015

    Dinosaur news, including new dinosaur discovery of Pulanesaura, the "rain lizard," Marvel's new Moon-Girl and Devil Dinosaur, dinosaurs fluking into existence, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Brachiosaurus, a giraffe-shaped sauropod. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Stegosaurus - Episode 38

    Aug 17 2015

    Dinosaur news, including six new dinosaurs identified from teeth found in Spain, 213 found dinosaur eggs, singing dinosaurs, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Stegosaurus, a famous dinosaur known for the plates on its back and tail spikes, or thagomizers. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Maiasaura - Episode 37

    Aug 11 2015

    Interview with Jack Horner, the paleontologist from Montana known for being the inspiration to Dr. Alan Grant from Jurassic Park, as well as his work on the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movies, his discovery of Maiasaura and the nesting site, the development of the chickenosaurus, his research on dinosaur growth and behavior, as well as many books, papers, articles, and Ted Talks. Also, dinosaur of the day Maiasaura, the "Good Mother Lizard" and first dinosaur known to take care of its bab...more

  • Troodon - Episode 36

    Aug 03 2015

    Dinosaur news, including new study on eight theropod teeth that show special serrations for cutting flesh, Dippy the Diplodocus going on tour in the United Kingdom, 10 dinosaur museums and spots in the United States to visit, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Troodon formosus, a small theropod, and one of the smartest dinosaurs, originally named based on one tooth. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Acrocanthosaurus - Episode 35

    Jul 27 2015

    Dinosaur news, including new dinosaur discovery Zhenyuanlong suni, a feathery dromaeosauridae, Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, robot dinosaurs working in hotels, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, a large Carcharodontosauridae found all over North America. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Utahraptor - Episode 34

    Jul 21 2015

    Interview with Dr. Jim Kirkland, the paleontologist who named Utahraptor ostrommaysorum, a dromaeosaur (or raptor) with nine-inch claws. Also, dinosaur of the day Utahraptor, the largest raptor known (same size as the Velociraptors in Jurassic Park) and dinosaur news, including new dinosaur discovery Wendiceratops, evidence of a large carnivorous theropod in Japan, a possible nesting ground in Japan, and more. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sit...more

  • Parasaurolophus - Episode 33

    Jul 13 2015

    Dinosaur news, including updates on the Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry dinosaur murder mystery, Cooper the Titanosaur and his new home in Australia, new feathered dinosaur species from China Huanansaurus ganzhouensis, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Parasaurolophus, a hadrosaurid with a crest, also known as Ducky from Land Before Time. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Fukuiraptor - Episode 32

    Jul 06 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a new dinosaur species Sefapanosaurus, recently rediscovered in a storeroom, a Velociraptor claw for sale, dinosaurs and feathers, dinosaur games including Apex and Wreck 'n Roar, and a review of the Jurassic World Lego game. Also, dinosaur of the day Fukuiraptor, a carnosaur that was first thought to be a raptor. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Corythosaurus - Episode 31

    Jun 29 2015

    Dinosaur news, including Jurassic World breaking box-office records, the top 10 dinosaur museums, updates on Dreadnoughtus' weight, dinosaur philosophy classes, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Corythosaurus, a hadrosaur that probably made sounds with the crest on top of its head. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Triceratops - Episode 30

    Jun 22 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a new carnivore in Wales, how the T-rex cadaver for National Geographic's T-rex autospy show was made, dinosaur soft tissue, a history of dinosaurs in movies including Jurassic World, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Triceratops, a ceratopsian similar to a modern rhinoceros. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Indominus Rex (Jurassic World) - Episode 29

    Jun 15 2015

    Summary and review of the movie Jurassic World (with spoilers). Also trivia about Jurassic World and Jurassic Park, paleontologist Jack Horner and turning chicken embryos into dinosaurs, and dinosaur of the day Indominus Rex, a genetically modified, hybrid dinosaur. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Hypsilophodon - Episode 28

    Jun 08 2015

    Dinosaur news, including discovery of a new dinosaur, Regaliceratops, a new oldest sauropod in England, The Good Dinosaur trailer, Jurassic World marketing, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Hypsilophodon, an agile bipedal runner that scientists used to think was like a modern tree kangaroo. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Herrerasaurus - Episode 27

    Jun 02 2015

    Dinosaur news, including evidence that stegosaurs may have swam, debate over whether dinosaurs were endothermic or mesothermic, new laser technology to help scan fossils, Jurassic World updates, Disney's The Good Dinosaur, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Herrerasaurus, one of the earliest known dinosaurs. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Gallimimus - Episode 26

    May 28 2015

    Dinosaur news, including discovery of the first dinosaur fossil in Washington state, a chicken that grew the face of a dinosaur, what dinosaur meat tasted like, Jurassic World news, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Gallimimus, a fast-running ornithomimosaur whose name means "chicken mimic." Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Allosaurus - Episode 25

    May 19 2015

    Dinosaur news, including discoveries of two new dinosaurs, Chilesaurus diegosuarezi and Yi Qi, a new study on how to tell male and female stegosaurs apart, Jurassic World dinosaurs will be played by people, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Allosaurus, a large theropod whose name means "different lizard." Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Carcharodontosaurus saharicus - Episode 24

    May 11 2015

    Interview with Amaury Michel, winner of our I Know Dino podcast who has been on two dinosaur digs, one in Wyoming and one in Alaska. Also, dinosaur of the day Carcharodontosaurus saharicus, a large theropod found in Africa. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Giganotosaurus carolinii - Episode 23

    May 04 2015

    Review of two places that showcases animatronic dinosaurs: Field Station Dinosaurs in Secaucus, NJ, and BBC's arena spectacular, Walking With Dinosaurs. Also, dinosaur of the day Giganotosaurus carolinii, a Carcharodontosaurid (theropod) that may have been bigger than T-rex. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Changyuraptor yangi - Episode 22

    Apr 27 2015

    A review of the Black Hills Institute in South Dakota, home to Stan the T-rex and where Sue the T-rex was found. Also, dinosaur of the day Changyuraptor yangi, a large Microraptor with a 21 foot wingspan, described in 2014. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Ultrasaurus/Ultrasauros - Episode 21

    Apr 21 2015

    Interview with paleo-artist Josh Cotton, who works at the Brigham Young University Museum. Also dinosaur news, including dinosaur eggs found in China and a nearly complete Kronosaurus jaw found in Australia. And, dinosaur of the day Ultrasaurus/Ultrasauros, the Korean/American sauropod described using potentially dubious evidence. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Dysalotosaurus - Episode 20

    Apr 18 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a 5-year-old that discovered a Nodosaur, a teenage Daspletosaurus that was regularly attacked by its own kind, a new dinosaur exhibit in a mall, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Dysalotosaurus lettowvorbecki, a dryosaurid iguanodontian named after a German WWI hero. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Qianzhousaurus - Episode 19

    Apr 09 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a new paper that re-establishes Brontosaurus as a real dinosaur, the discovery of a pair of Romeo and Juliet oviraptors, a new expedition to sample the Chicxulub crater that killed the non-avian dinosaurs, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Qianzhousaurus sinensis, a tyrannosaur with an elongated snout nicknamed "Pinocchio Rex." Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Dilophosaurus - Episode 18

    Apr 01 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a supertide in Northern France that reveals dinosaur tracks every 18 years, a salamander that snacked on dinosaurs, and the discovery of a new titanosaur in Siberia. Also, dinosaur of the day Dilophosaurus, a medium-sized theropod with two crests on the top of its head best known for its inaccurate portrayal in Jurassic Park. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Anzu Wyliei - Episode 17

    Mar 22 2015

    Dinosaur news, including dinosaur balloon sculptures in Singapore, a $100,000 Lego stop-motion Jurassic Park movie, and confirmation of the sequel to Jurassic World. Also, dinosaur of the day Anzu Wyliei, a theropod from the Hell Creek Formation in Montana nicknamed "the chicken from hell" partly because of its strange appearance. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Torvosaurus Gurneyi - Episode 16

    Mar 18 2015

    Dinosaur news, including playing as a dinosaur in the Jurassic World lego game, a 3D dinosaur jugsaw puzzle on Kickstarter, and new animatronic dinosaurs in zoos and museums. Also, dinosaur of the day Torvosaurus Gurneyi, a large Jurassic carnivore in Portugal that has changed the way paleontologists see dinosaurs in Europe.  Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Pentaceratops Aquilonius - Episode 15

    Mar 15 2015

    Dinosaur news, including what animals made the dinosaur sounds in Jurassic Park, the Earl Sinclair Dinosaurs and Notorious B.I.G. mashup, and 70 million year old dinosaur eggs being vandalized in Spain. Also, dinosaur of the day Pentaceratops Aquilonius, a somewhat small ceratopsian related to Triceratops that was recently discovered in a Canadian museum, after being mislabeled for 75 years. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Deinonychus - Episode 14

    Mar 11 2015

    Interview with paleo artist Matt Martyniuk, book publisher and founding member of the Dinosaur Wiki. Also dinosaur news, including the Kickstarter project for the webcomic Ninjasaur by Jason Horn and new animatronic dinosaurs at the Fukui Station in Japan. Also, dinosaur of the day Deinonychus, a raptor with a sickle like claw that is often mistaken for Velociraptor (including in Jurassic Park).   Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Aquilops - Episode 13

    Mar 09 2015

    Dinosaur news, including scientists using 3D scanning to measure the weight of Sophie the Stegosaurus, dinosaurs in Jurassic World, and the new game Dinosaur Island. Also, dinosaur of the day Aquilops, the tiny horned dinosaur the size of a bunny that traveled to North America from the Beiring Strait and was an ancestor of Triceratops. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Kulindadromeus - Episode 12

    Mar 04 2015

    Dinosaur news, including how dinosaurs can help fight malnutrition, a new dinosaur game called DinoSystems, and a Brachiosaurus shaped cellphone accessory. Also, dinosaur of the day Kulindadromeus, a plant-eating dinosaur from Sibera that was the size of a turkey and one of the few herbivores found to have fossil feathers. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Nanuqsaurus - Episode 11

    Mar 02 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a new museum called Jurassica with animatronic dinosaurs, Dino Tales the game, and recognition of Sir Richard Owen, the man who coined the term "dinosaur." Also, dinosaur of the day Nanuqsaurus, a tyrannosaur that looked a lot like T-rex, but was much smaller and lived in the Arctic. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Deinocheirus - Episode 10

    Feb 25 2015

    Dinosaur news, including a fossil that was thought to be fake actually being an undiscovered species, Dinosaur National Monument being the quietest place in the U.S., and dark matter possibly killing the dinosaurs. Also, dinosaur of the day Deinocheirus, a dinosaur that ate everything in site (like a garbage disposal) and looked like Jar Jar from Star Wars, with a sail on its back, tyrannosaur-like jaw, sauropod-like hips, and hadrosaur-like bill. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more informat...more

  • Dreadnoughtus - Episode 9

    Feb 20 2015

    Dinosaur news, including illegally sold fossils at the Gem & Mineral Show in Tucson, AZ, a woman who is afraid of dinosaurs attacking, and two new dinosaur toys. Also, dinosaur of the day Dreadnoughtus, a dinosaur larger than nine T-rexes combined, that probably feared nothing. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Juratyrant - Episode 8

    Feb 18 2015

    Dinosaur news, including Pete Larson may be pardoned, two new mammals that lived in Jurassic discovered, new animatronic dinosaurs in the zoo, dinosaur games, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Juratyrant, a small tyrannosaur found in England, and an interview with Taylor McCoy, creator of the Weebly website Everything Dinosaurs. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Camptosaurus - Episode 7

    Feb 13 2015

    Dinosaur news, including dinosaur hallucinations and the latest Jurassic Park hybrid dinosaur, the stego-ceratops. Also, dinosaur of the day Camptosaurus, an front heavy ornischian with hooves and a lot of gas. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Spinosaurus - Episode 6

    Feb 11 2015

    Interview with Keiron Pim, author of The Bumper Book of Dinosaurs (U.K.), also known as Dinosaurs: The Grand Tour (U.S.). Includes in-depth discussion of Spinosaurus, the first aquatic dinosaur, and news about Qijianglong, the new dragon dinosaur discovered in China.   Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you.

  • Ankylosaurus - Episode 5

    Feb 11 2015

    Dinosaur news, including the Jurassic Park Lego game, synthetic amino acids in dinosaurs, and the Jurassic World #buildabetterfaketheropod. Also dinosaur of the day Ankylosaurus, the "Cow of the Cretaceous" / "living tank" with heavy armor and a club tail. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino.

  • Tarbosaurus - Episode 4

    Feb 03 2015

    Interview with Dr. Phil Currie, the Canadian paleontologist who came up with the theory that carnivorous dinosaurs, like tyrannosaurs, lived in gangs. He is also the professor of the Coursera class, Dino 101, via the University of Alberta. Also dinosaur of the day, Tarbosaurus, a carnivorous theropod and cousin to T-rex. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on ...more

  • Diplodocus - Episode 3

    Jan 30 2015

    In the summer of 2017, Dippy the Dinosaur is being removed from London's Natural History Museum. We discuss what prompted the decision, how you can campaign against the decision, as well as give details on the Diplodocus, a dinosaur known for its length and whip-like tail. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino.

  • Oryctodromeus - Episode 2

    Jan 26 2015

      Interview with Dr. Anthony J. Martin, author of Dinosaurs Without Bones, which details the day to day lives of dinosaurs by studying ichnology (the study of traces such as footprints or burrows rather than fossilized bones). Also, dinosaur of the day Oryctodromeus, a dinosaur that burrowed. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino.

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex - Episode 1

    Jan 22 2015

    Interview with Pete Larson from the Black Hills Institute and a discussion of the new movie "Dinosaur 13" which details the discovery and legal battle over the T-rex Sue. Visit http://www.IknowDino.com for more information including a link to dinosaur sites near you. You can also visit https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino to get the inside scoop on I Know Dino.