Episode 503: Where Triceratops Lived
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by Garret
1w ago
Episode 503: Where Triceratops Lived. Plus an interview with Dr. Bruce Rubidge, expert in the Karoo Supergroup of South Africa, plus what we know about Triceratops from a bonebed, the second puzzle in the DI-KNOW-IT-ALL CHALLENGE, and more. News: A Triceratops bonebed tells us more about how Triceratops lived and behaved source There’s a new dinosaur cemetery (bonebed) in Yunnan Province, China source Interview: Bruce Rubidge, Professor Emeritus at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and he is an expert on the fossils in the Karoo Supergroup in southern Africa. Di-Know-It-All Cha ..read more
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Episode 502: A new raptor with potentially cannibalistic bite marks
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by Garret
2w ago
Episode 502: A new raptor found with potentially cannibalistic bite marks. Plus our first ever Di-Know-It-All puzzle, a new approach on the semi-aquatic Spinosaurus model, what whales and dinosaurs have in common, and more News: There’s a new unenlagiine dromaeosaur, Diuqin lechiguanae, that was bitten hard enough to leave punctures on its upper arm bone source Scientists studied skull shapes of 99 animals to figure out how much time Spinosaurus spent in the water source The sauropod at the NHM officially has a new nickname (same as the old nickname) source Dinosaur Connection Challenge: Ce ..read more
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Di-Know-It-All Challenge
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by Sabrina
2w ago
Are you a dino nerd? Take part in our DI-KNOW-IT-ALL CHALLENGE and test your dinosaur knowledge! In this challenge, you recently landed a job at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. One day, calls start coming in about strange animals appearing all over the country. Somehow dinosaurs have come back. Starting July 10, every week for 8 weeks listen to our latest podcast episode. We’ll have a special puzzle segment featuring various predicaments dinosaurs (and people) find themselves in. Use your dino knowledge to help them out, by answering questions. Answer quickly and correctly, and you’l ..read more
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Di-Know-It-All Challenge Official Rules
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by Garret
2w ago
Official Rules NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS SWEEPSTAKES. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW (INCLUDING IN ANY COUNTRY/JURISDICTION WHERE SWEEPSTAKES ARE NOT LEGAL TO OPERATE), OR IN A COUNTRY/JURISDICTION (OTHER THAN IN THE U.S.) THAT WOULD REQUIRE THE SWEEPSTAKES TO BE REGISTERED AND/OR BONDED WITH A GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY OR OTHER REGULATORY BODY (E.G., QUEBEC IS EXCLUDED). ALL DISPUTES WILL BE RESOLVED SOLELY BY BINDING ARBITRATION IN CALIFORNIA IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND ENT ..read more
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Episode 500: Raptor Renaissance!
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by Garret
1M ago
Episode 500: Raptor Renaissance!. This history of dromaeosaurs (better known as raptors). Plus an A to Z guide of the most common dinosaur terms and inside jokes from our first 500 episodes. Some of our best raptor sources (and some facts): Dromaeosaurs have many bird like features in their shoulders, wrists, and feathers source Both with modern raptors (birds of prey) and dromaeosaurs the foot is the deadly weapon source Utahraptor was discovered around the time the movie Jurassic Park came out, more recently a new huge block of Utahraptors was found source Paleontologist Bob Bakker tells a ..read more
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Celebrating 500 Episodes of the I Know Dino Podcast
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by Sabrina
1M ago
June 27, 2024 I Know Dino is celebrating 500 episodes! I Know Dino is the largest weekly show about dinosaurs, hosted by husband and wife team Garret Kruger and Sabrina Ricci. Reaching 500 episodes in 2024 is especially exciting because this year marks 200 years since the first dinosaur ever—Megalosaurus, a fearsome carnivore—was named. Now I Know Dino has nearly 4 million downloads worldwide. Garret and Sabrina have conducted interviews with hundreds of dinosaur experts, and have become full-time dinosaur podcasters. After almost ten years, they still love talking about dinosaurs every day. A ..read more
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Episode 499: Every Theropod Injury, Plus New Dinosaur Digs!
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by Garret
1M ago
Episode 499: Every Theropod Injury, Plus New Dinosaur Digs!. Over 300 theropod pathologies, a family found a juvenile Tyrannosaurus while hiking, there’s a new poo museum (coprolite), and Marisa Rodriguez joins from Ancient Odysseys to discuss how to get involved with paleontology as a citizen scientist News: Three new predatory dinosaurs from South America with pathologies and a review of all the documented theropod injuries and diseases source A family on a hike found a juvenile Tyrannosaurus source There’s a new museum dedicated to fossilized poop (coprolite) in Williams, Arizona source T ..read more
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Episode 498: Two new dinos! And exploring dinosaurs through language
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by Garret
1M ago
Episode 498: Two new dinos! And exploring dinosaurs through language. A new theropod dinosaur, Dornraptor, that wasn’t named after Game of Thrones; A new sauropodomorph that was named after a houseboat; and an update on Carthage College’s paleo program News: A new theropod dinosaur, Dornraptor normani, was named from bones discovered over 150 years ago source There’s a new sauropodomorph from Zimbabwe, Musankwa sanyatiensis, named after a houseboat source The Carthage Institute of Paleontology will run out of funding for their preparator in August and their field program will go with it sourc ..read more
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Episode 497: How to Tell a Tyrannosauroid from a Ceratosaur and a Maniraptoran
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by Garret
1M ago
Episode 497: How to Tell a Tyrannosauroid from a Ceratosaur and a Maniraptoran. We explore the differences between the key groups of theropods. Plus an amazing new Psittacosaurus find; The new Allosaurus type specimen is official; And new techniques confirm another predator that lived alongside Spinosaurus. News: A new exceptional Psittacosaurus has both reptile like scaly skin and bird like feather-covered skin source Allosaurus has a new type specimen (the Smithsonian’s skeleton) source Combining multiple techniques to study isolated teeth, paleontologists found four different types of ther ..read more
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Episode 496: Three new dinosaurs including a new Carnotaurus rival
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by Garret
1M ago
Episode 496: Three new dinosaurs including a new Carnotaurus rival. Koleken lived with Carnotaurus, but as far as we know it didn’t have horns. Plus a new Masiakasaurus relative Kiyacursor and a new titanosaur named Tiamat which may have had osteoderms. News: A new close relative of Carnotaurus, named Koleken, was just described source There’s a new noasaurid theropod, Kiyacursor longipes source There’s a new titanosaur, Tiamat valdecii source Sponsor: This episode is brought to you by Rosetta Stone – The all-in-one language app. With Rosetta Stone, you’ll have everything you need to learn ..read more
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