Best Paleontology podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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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.
 
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 submi ...…
 
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.
 
In this episode we interview Dr. David Hone, a paleontologists and writer who specializes in dinosaur behavior. Dr. Hone is lecturer of Zoology at Queen Mary University in London England. During the interview we discuss the methods used to help understand the behavior of dinosaurs. Dr. Hone is also the author of an exceptional book, […]…
 
In this episode we highlight one of the largest predatory animals that every existed. Megalodon was a gigantic shark that fed on whales! We discuss this animal and then Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by the audience. Visit our online catalog for all of your prehistoric needs. http://www.store.dinosaurgeorge.com…
 
In this episode George talks about how dinosaurs may have been able to survive extreme weather conditions. He also answers various questions submitted by the listeners.
 
In this episode Dinosaur George answers the questions submitted by listeners. He also announces a sale happening in our website store. www.Store.DinosaurGeorge.com
 
Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by podcast viewers and listeners. He also interviews two young people while visiting Jurassic Forest in Alberta, Canada. Watch video podcast version on Youtube – Dinosaur George YouTube channel
 
We interview paleontologist Nathan Van Vranken as he tells us about the various projects he is working on, and discusses some of his favorite prehistoric animals.Dinosaur George answers viewer/listener submitted questions. To watch the video version of this podcast, please click here.
 
In this episode Dinosaur George interviews paleontologist Walter Stein about the dinosaurs of the Hell Creek Formation. George also answers some questions in the “Ask Dinosaur George” segment. Visit Walters website at www.Paleoaventures.com
 
In this episode we hear from Dr. Devin Dennie as he explains some of the geological wonders of our planet. Dinosaur answers some listener submitted questions as well. Visit Dr. Dennie’s website for more details – http://www.devindennie.com/
 
Dinosaur George answers listener submitted questions. We also announce our new VIDEO version of this podcast which will be posted on our YouTube Channel.
 
This podcast is dedicated to an interview with Professor Larry Witmer from Ohio University. Dr. Witmer is a Professor of Anatomy and a Chang Ying-Chien Professor of Paleontology at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Ohio University. He is considered to be one of the world’s foremost experts […]…
 
In this episode our Feature Creature is Torvosaurus. Dinosaur George interviews Ohio University Honors Tutorial College student Emily Caggiano about her field of study and involvement in the WitmerLab series of YouTube videos. George then answers some listener submitted questions and announces some of his upcoming museum stops for his traveling ...…
 
In this episode Mexican paleontologist Ruben Guzman-Gutierrez speaks about the various prehistoric lifeforms that once roamed, what is now, Mexico. The Feature Creature is Coahuilaceratops and then Dinosaur George answers some listener questions.
 
In this episode Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by the listeners. We also announce details about an upcoming Live Feed Facebook Event where participants can submit their questions live during the event. Listen to this podcast for complete details. Event will happen 01-16-17 at 11:00 am Central Time Zone.…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Mark Loewen from the Natural History Museum of Utah who explains some of the research being done to fully understand what Utah was like during the Mesozoic. And then Dinosaur George answers questions about Megaloceras, feathered Allosaurus, Gorgonopsians, Carnotaurus and Australovenator.…
 
Paleo-artist Shane Foulkes, from Cretaceous Creations of America, shares insight into his work, and how he sculpts his amazing models. We give information about the Bandera Natural History Museum and Dinosaur George answers listener questions.
 
The Feature Creature for this episode is Leptoceratops. We interview Dr. Frank J. Varriale from Kings Collage about his study on the chewing habits of Leptoceratops. Dr. Varriale also explains the amount of work and research that goes into scientific papers.
 
Dinosaur George interview paleontologist, author and artist Tracy Lee Ford about his latest novel, “Dinosaur Isle”. This book merges actual science and fiction into a very interesting story. The Feature Creature in this episode in Parasaurolophus. George also gives info about an upcoming live feed FB broadcast where the listeners can participate.…
 
The Feature Creature for this episode is Nasutoceratops. We interview Dylan DeWitt, a young man who volunteers his time at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by our listeners and Face Book friends who are submitting questions during a live feed.
 
Mamenchisaurus is this episodes Feature Creature. And during this episode Dinosaur George interviews paleontologist, fossil hunter, educator, author and museum exhibit curator Joe Kchodl, better known as “Paleo Joe”. Please visit Joes website at www.Paleojoe.com George also answers questions about job opportunities in paleontology; dinosaur col ...…
 
In this episode we here an interview with a future paleontologist, Cam Muskelly. The Feature Creature is Massospondylus, and then Dinosaur George answers listeners questions about Raptors vs modern lions, Gorgonopsids vs Allosaurus, movie monsters, feathered Tyrannosaurus and the Jurassic World Gyrospheres on the “Ask Dinosaur George” segment.…
 
Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by listeners. Topics include Gorgonopians, Postosuchus, Sauropods, Sea Reptiles, Parasaurolophus, hatchlings, herds vs packs, and more.
 
In the episode we interview paleontologist, Dr. Rodolfo Coria about the discovery of a new theropod found in Argentina named Murusraptor. Dinosaur answers questions about dinosaur tracks, how to identify fossils, and geological formations.
 
Dinosaur George interviews paleontologist Dr. Greg Wilson from the Burke Museum in Seattle Washington. They talk about the recent discovery of a well persevered Tyrannosaurus specimen nicknamed the “Tufts-Love Rex”. The Burke Museum is highlighted in the Science Safari segment and Tyrannosaurus rex is our Feature Creature. At the end of the pod ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Benjamin Kear from Uppsala University discusses the discovery of the first dinosaur fossils found in Saudi Arabia. Dinosaur George answers questions about Ceratosaurus, feathered Carnosaurs, Allosaurus, and Giganotosaurus. We also get a behind the scenes look into the traveling museum.…
 
This is a special continuation of episode #105. In this episode Dr. Michael Pittman from The University of Hong Kong will discuss how lasers were used to help identify colors and shading patterns of Psittacosaurus.
 
In this episode we discuss the great migration of animals between North and South America. Known as The Great American Interchange, this event saw numerous species take advantage of a land bridge that opened between North and South America. Paleontologist Dr. Jon Baskin shares his knowledge about this event. In our Science Safari segment we […]…
 
Our Feature Creature for this episode is Deinocheirus. We interview paleontologist Scott Hartman who talks about the steps he takes when creating scientifically accurate skeletal drawings. And Dinosaur George answers listener submitted questions about pack hunting raptors, Spinosaurus weight, Utahraptor and Acrocanthosaurus.…
 
The “Feature Creature” for this episode is Psittacosaurus. Paleontologist Michael Pittman from the University of Hong Kong is interviewed about his study on the fossilized tail bristles found on one specimen. He explains how using a laser has enabled them to learn details about this discovery in a way that science had never done before.…
 
In this episode we speak to paleontologist Dr. Jordan Mallon from the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, Canada about his naming of a new species of Ceratposian; Spiclypeus shipporum. Dinosaur George will also answer questions from listeners in the Ask Dinosaur George segment.
 
In this episode Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by the listeners. Some of the topics are; Dimetrodon, Acrocanthosaurus, Brontosaurus, Pachycephalosurus, Ceratosaurus, Russian Dinosaurs, Jurassic Extinction, Allosaurus, Yi Qi and much more.
 
This episode focuses on the Pachycephalosaurs as the main subject. We interview paleontologist Mike Triebold about his Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Research Center museum. And then Dinosaur George answers listener questions about Amphicoelias, Carcharodontosaurs, Dilophosaurus, Abelisaurs and other topics. Learn more about the Rocky Mountain museum ...…
 
In this first episode you’ll be introduced to Dinosaur George and will learn what to expect from future podcasts. Our focus animals for this episode are Mosasaurs. Paleontologist Mike Everhart, an expert in marine reptiles and extinct sea creatures, gives an extraordinary interview about these fascinating Mesozoic swimming reptiles. This is a v ...…
 
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