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Dinosaur George Kids - A Show for Kids Who Love Dinosaurs
34 minutes | Jan 28, 2023
79 - The Story of Mary Anning the Paleontologist.
In the 1800's, when paleontology was a new science, young Mary Anning collected fossils on the beach. She made some remarkable discoveries but was not given credit for her finds. Now, all the years later, she is recognized for the work she did.
75 minutes | Jan 2, 2023
78 - Acheroraptor ( A New Raptor)
For many dinosaurs that are discovered, only a few fossils are found of the skeleton. So paleontologists have to look at other similar dinosaurs and compare the bones to others to help estimate the size. Few bones of Acheroraptor have been found, but scientists know it was a member of the "raptor" family.
80 minutes | Dec 25, 2022
77 - Welcome New Members and Q&A
Dinosaur George welcomes new T-rex members of the patreon club who may not have received their welcome gifts in time for the holiday. He also answers questions and gives birthday shoutouts.
71 minutes | Nov 25, 2022
76 - Stegouros (The Amazing Tail Weapon)
The new discovery of this small member of the Ankylosaur family has come with two amazing discoveries for science. Listen to Dinosaur George as he tells what about this cool dinosaur, and what it means to paleontology.
81 minutes | Nov 12, 2022
75 - Paraceratherium (The GIANT Rhino)
When we think of giant prehistoric creatures, we immediately think about dinosaurs. But there were gigantic creatures that appeared on earth long after the dinosaurs were gone. In this episode we will learn about one of the largest land mammals that ever lived! And it's a rhino!
90 minutes | Nov 1, 2022
74 - Interviews at the Museum
We set up our podcasting equipment at our Museum in San Antonio and invited our listeners to ask questions. This podcast is a recording of those interviews. Hope you enjoy it.
58 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
73 - Postosuchus (The Triassic Terror)
Just as dinosaurs began to make their appearance, they had to contend with a very powerful apex predator; Postosuchus! Learn all about this large carnivore in this podcast episode with Dinosaur George.
63 minutes | Oct 11, 2022
72 - Why Was T-rex So Mean?
Were carnivore dinosaurs really mean, or do movies and books give them a bad wrap? Listen to DG explain the role of carnivores in the ecosystem.
77 minutes | Oct 4, 2022
71 - Daspletosaurus (The Frightful Lizard)
Before there was Tyrannosaurus, there was Daspletosaurus. This apex predator ruled the Late Cretaceous over 74 million years ago!
49 minutes | Sep 27, 2022
70 - How To Become a Paleontologist
Do you really like paleontology? Would you like a career in fossils? In this episode Dinosaur George will give you some advice.
76 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
69 - Dryosaurus (Chipmonk Dinosaur?)
In this episode we reveal some interesting facts about this small and swift little herbivore. Dinosaur George explains some of the benefits of being a small dinosaur.
64 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
68 - Dinosaur George Answers Questions
We receive so many questions from our patreon members and the Dinosaur George Kids Facebook group, DG takes time to answer them in this podcast.
78 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
67 - Elaphrosaurus (Slender and Fast Predator)
They start off being carnivores and grow up to be omnivores? You'll learn some amazing facts about this slender and fast dinosaur.
72 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
66 - Helicoprion (Spiral Saw Jaws)
It is one of the most unique sharks that ever existed. It may have looked like a normal shark, but its jaws are unlike anything you've ever seen. It had a circular saw mouth!!!
73 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
65 - Yangchuanosaurus (The Other Allosaurus)
It was the apex predator of its time and location. And it looked very similar to Allosaurus, but was separated by thousands of miles. How did these two dinosaurs end up looking like each other?
88 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
64 - Meraxes - A New Giant Predator
It's just been discovered and paleontologists are amazed at the size of this meat-eating dinosaur.
75 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
63 - Euoplocephalus (Armored Head)
A cousin of Ankylosaurus, Euoplocephalus was a heavily built herbivore that was covered in body armor. It's massive tail club was an ultimate weapon of defense.
63 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
62 - Tarbosaurus -The "Other" King of Dinosaurs
Tarbosaurus was the largest carnivore dinosaur in Asia. Like its North American cousin, Tyrannosaurus rex, this massive predator ruled its domain.
69 minutes | Jun 1, 2022
61 - Amargasaurus - The Spiked-Necked Sauropod
It is one of the most interesting members of the sauropod family. It's most unique feature are the long spikes on their neck!!! What were they for? How were they used? You'll fin d the answers to these and many other questions on this podcast.
49 minutes | May 22, 2022
60 - Herrerasaurus - King of the Triassic
When dinosaurs first appeared on earth, most were very small. But one was, at the time, a rather large carnivore. During the Triassic period, Herrerasaurus reigned as King of the carnivore dinosaurs!
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