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It's not a crocodile. It's not a dinosaur. Then what is it? Smilosuchus was an amazing predator that belonged to a group of animals called Phytosaurs. This massive creature was one of the top predators of its time. In this podcast you'll learn all about Smilosuchus. And you'll learn that there was nothing to smile about if you ever met one.…
 
At nearly 30 feet in length, and weighing in at 1 ton, Baryonyx was a force to recon with. But was it a dinosaur killer, or did it eat something much smaller? You'll learn amazing facts about this popular dinosaur in this podcast episode. Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by the listeners, and then judges some Who Would Win segments!…
 
Dilophosaurus was made famous in the first Jurassic Park movie. But did it have a frill and actually spit block-colored goo into the eyes of its victims? Join DG for this interesting conversation about this unique crested carnivore. We'll also answer questions from our listeners, and choose a winner in a series of WHO WOULD WIN challenges.…
 
In this episode you'll learn about Cryolophosaurus, a meat-eating dinosaur discovered in Antarctica! DG will answer listener questions in the "Ask DG" segment, and we'll hear some new Who Would Win battles!!! And then he'll interview one of our Tyrannosaurus Patreon club members.By Dinosaur George
 
The first animal we usually think of when someone mentions the Ice Age is the fur covered elephant, the Woolly Mammoth. In this episode we talk about the unusual creatures and discuss some of the more amazing facts about them. What was the difference between Mammoths and Mastodons? Did human live with Mammoths? Who was their most dangerous enemies?…
 
Argentinosaurus is considered by many to be the largest land animal that ever lived. In this episode Dinosaur George will teach you many exciting facts about these huge Sauropods! In the "Ask Dinosaur George" segment he answers questions submitted by listeners, and then sets up some battles in the "Who Would Win" segment. And finally we close with …
 
It was the largest snake that ever lived! In this episode we learn about Titanoboa, the HUGE constrictor that lived in the swamps of what is now, Columbia. Dinosaur George answers several questions submitted by the listeners, and then gives his opinions of numerous "Who Would Win" battles!By Dinosaur George
 
Indominus rex and Indoraptor are two of the most recognizable dinosaurs from the JP series, but were they real dinosaurs? In this episode we'll hear Dinosaur George speak about both. There is also a short interview with one of his Tyrannosaurus Patreon Club Members, as well as some Q&A, and then two very unique "Who Would Win" battles.…
 
Tyrannosaurus rex was the King of the Dinosaurs! In this episode Dinosaur George will teach you all the information you have ever wanted to know about T-rex. How did it hunt? How many fingers did it actually have? You'll be a T-rex expert after listening to this podcast. Dinosaur George will also answer some listener submitted questions as well as …
 
Our Feature Creature is Brachiosaurus! Dinosaur George gives you a lot of details about this amazing herbivore. In the Who Would Win segment, we answer challenges submitted by Patreon Tyrannosaurus Club members Noah and Bridget. And in the Ask Dinosaur George segment, we answer questions about Daspletosaurus, Nanotyrannus, Jurassic Extinction and a…
 
In this episode Dinosaur George explains everything about our podcast. The focus of this episode is on Allosaurus. Dinosaur George will give you some amazing details about this large carnivore from the Late Jurassic Period. Then, in our "Who Would Win" segment, DG will size up some amazing battles between different kinds of prehistoric animals. Who…
 
Human tracks at White Sands National Park record more than one and a half kilometers of an out- and-return journey and form the longest Late Pleistocene-age double human trackway in the world. An adolescent or small adult female made two trips separated by at least several hours, carrying a young child in at least one […]…
 
Women in Vertebrate Paleontology is a new book co-authored by Dr. Annalisa Berta, an Evolutionary Biologist with San Diego State University. In this podcast we interview Professor Berta about her new book, as well as her background in paleontology and love of ocean-going mammals!By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
In this podcast we interview Dr. Stephanie Drumheller-Horton about her research and study of Jurassic bones with predatory dinosaur bite marks. We learn about the various methods used to try and identify the particular theropod as well as its body length! Dr. Drumheller-Horton is an Adjunct Assistant Professor, Part-Time Lecturer at The University …
 
In podcast #157 we interview PhD Student Jack Cooper from the University of Swansea in Whales on his recent paper about the dimensions of Otodus megalodon. You’ll hear about he and his teams methods of estimating not only length, but also the size of the tail and fins of these amazing sharks. Here is a […]…
 
Dinosaur George interviews paleontologist Dr. Alessandro Chiarenza about his recent paper on the discovery of the jaw of a juvenile Dromaeosaurid. Dinosaurs from the arctic region of Alaska are less known that those from the lower regions of Canada and the United States, so this discovery is of great significance. Visit Dr. Chiarenzas website for […
 
Welcome to podcast episode #155. In this episode we have the pleasure of interviewing the Senior Fossil Preparator of the National History Museum in London, England; Mark R. Graham. In this episode we learn about Mark’s fascinating career and some of the amazing fossils he has worked with. If you would like to help support […]…
 
Welcome to podcast episode #154. In this episode Dinosaur George interviews Dr. Steve Rowland, Professor Emeritus of Geology from the University of Las Vegas, about his study and recent publication on the tracks that had eroded out of the wall of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. You can read his scientific paper here – https://journals.plos.org/plosone…
 
Join Dinosaur George as he interviews Paleontologist Megan Jacobs on her involvement with the discovery and naming of some new species of Pterosaurs. Megan talks about trip to Morocco and the amazing fossils she encountered while she was there. After the interview Dinosaur George highlights Carcharodontosaurus in the “Feature Creature” segment, ans…
 
Dinosaur George interviews his friend, Don Taylor, who talks about his experiences with various primates. It’s an incredibly interesting interview and gives insights into the amazing behaviors of primates.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
Dinosaur George interviews Dr. David Hone on his new podcast “Terrible Lizards”, and also discusses the flying reptile, Rhamphorhynchus! You can hear Dr. Hones podcast at this link – https://terriblelizards.libsyn.com/By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
You can’t be in business for over 23 years without being able to adapt to changes. We’ve “evolved” to this new environment and are proud to announce our new phase of the Dinosaur George Company. We hope you’ll join Dinosaur George in our latest podcast where he’ll explain our new, exciting plans.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
In this episode we talk with husband and wife team paleontologists, the Fowlers, about their upcoming symposium at the Badlands Dinosaur Museum in Dickinson, North Dakota. Along with their interview, Dinosaur George answers some questions submitted by friends on our social media pages.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
So you love paleontology and you want to figure out a way to make a career of it, but school isn’t an option. Dinosaur George gives some suggestions and advice that might help you turn your dream into a reality.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
In this podcast we interview Dr. Karen Moreno from the University of Southern Chile about her work and research on a human footprint. This is a fascinating interview with a lot of amazing information about human arrival in the Americas being much earlier than once believed.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
Dinosaur George gives an easy to understand explanation as to how the evolutionary process works. He also answers questions from listeners about Allosaurus, The Short Faced Bear, Dire Wolves, Smilodon, Concavenator, Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, Megalodon and much more.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
Dinosaur George interviews Heidi Henderson, aka “The Fossil Huntress”. The interview is filled with amazing tales, cool fossil finds and incredible information about fossils. He ends the show answering questions submitted by the listeners. To follow Heidi and learn more about fossils, follow her on FB. https://www.facebook.com/PaleoHuntress/ https:…
 
This episode talks about how the migration of animals can have a devastating effect on life; up to an including extinctions. Dinosaur George answers questions about Rugops, amateur fossil hunting, Gigantopithecus defense and more.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
Why are the dinosaurs so “vocal” in movies and tv shows? Is that what dinosaurs really sounded like? In the episode, Dinosaur George gives his opinion on this topic. He also answers Skype and listener submitted questions. If you would like to submit a question, use our Ask Dinosaur George form. https://dinosaurgeorge.com/ask-dinosaur-george…
 
In the episode Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by listeners. If you would like to submit a question, you can visit our Ask Dinosaur George page https://dinosaurgeorge.com/ask-dinosaur-george.Or use SKYPE and contact Dinosaur.George and leave a message or talk live with George. This episode also includes an interview with Dinosaur George…
 
Evolutionary Biologist, Dr. Devin O’Brien talks about his research into the evolution into the canine teeth of the saber-toothed cat, Smilodon. Dr. O’Brien is a Postdoctoral Researcher from the Biology Department in Colby College in Waterville, Maine. The main focus of his research and study is the Evolution of Extreme and Bizarre Morphology in Ins…
 
This is the second interview with paleontologisat Dr. Dave Hone about pterosaurs. In this episode Dr. Hone goes into greater detail about the skeletal structure of the flying reptiles, including discussions on flight, walking, climbing and wing attachment to the body. Like part 1 “Blog # 136”, this is another very informative interview that gives […
 
Dr. Dave Hone is a leading expert on Pterosaurs and shares his knowledge and research on these flying reptiles. So many new and exciting facts are shared. This is a great interview and filled with information that is not often heard by the general public.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
Dinosaur George answers a listener submitted question about how a religious belief will effect his dream of wanting to become a paleontologist. This is a very controversial subject but has been asked on numerous occasions. So George dedicates the entire podcast to this subject.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
In this episode we interview Dr. P. David Polly, the President of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, and a Professor in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Indiana University. During the interview, Dr. Polly discusses his career and education and his role as the President of the SVP. We also discuss the ongoing situation with the […]…
 
In this episode Dinosaur George interviews University of Queensland School of Earth and Environmental Sciences PhD student, Kaylene Butler about her research into “Fanged Kangaroos”. M.s Butler explains these unusual marsupials and discusses some of the other unique creatures of Australia. Dinosaur George also answers listener and viewers submitted…
 
In this episode paleontologist Dr. Joseph Peterson discusses his research into injuries discovered in the domes of pachycephalosaurs. Dinosaur George answers listener submitted questions in the “ask Dinosaur George” segment.By Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
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