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Lisa Chrastina 1h
But of course it was
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BASE Hologram Jun 15
Wishing a very happy birthday to our partner and dinosaur extraordinaire - ! ✍️
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Jurassic James Jun 8
A few weeks back I gave a speech at Western Academy. One of my students named Lucas gave me this drawing as a gift! His brother Ian told me I was his favorite and that Barnum Brown (who discovered T. rex) was his second favorite.
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I Know Dino Jun 13
Congrats to Emily Bamforth for winning the 2019 Women of Distinction Science Award!
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Lukáš Laibl Jan 23
Yesterday I agreed to review a monograph...my very first monograph review...over 200 pages of manuscript and nearly 50 figures are waiting for me...yay
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Michelle Barboza-Ramirez May 10
Paleontologists 👏🏽are 👏🏽 diverse 👏🏽 - and there's no excuse for your panel of speakers to NOT reflect this reality! This , let's compile a database of diverse people in paleo & share it far and wide - THIS is what a looks like
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Judith Pardo-Pérez May 23
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Nigel J.Hetherington May 17
We are looking for an & a to give a private tour of the collections at the British Museum & the Natural History Museum in in September, interested please DM me!
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Maureen Raymo Apr 12
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Dilophosaurus Research Feed Feb 19
Sam Welles pointing at our favourite - Thank you for wetherilli, Prof! It was Jesse Williams who discovered the first bones in 1940.
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Jen Bauer Jan 22
Working on a blog post for on 'how to become a '. If you are employed for your paleo content expertise &/or have formal training in paleo please fill out a 10Q survey on your experience & career path: Please RT!
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Mrs. Frownfelter Jan 30
PART TWO... Future paleontologists in the making!!! Kids exploring, discovering, learning and having f u n all at the same time! 🦕 🦕 🦕 🦕 🦕
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Ms. Drew’s Class Jan 7
We have had quite the day learning how fossils are formed with a little room transformation!
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Deanna Feb 1
♥️♥️♥️this program! Hands on learning in Mrs. Geibel’s classroom! Dino Dig. Excitement.
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Stephanie Dziezyk Jan 12
People who know about skull anatomy, could I get some help in identifying this little process on the top of the of this ? Are there any there? I'd appreciate any insight!
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Lanette Woods Mar 8
Dress for Success Day. Troy is a future paleontologist who is getting ready to give a speech at a museum about the latest dinosaur bones he found.
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Dana Korneisel Feb 1
Ankylosaurs tried to before it was cool. Here is IVPP's Pinacosaurus. Also featured in this tweet, a sport-averse attempting to make a topical football joke for the Did I succeed?
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Filippo Bertozzo May 17
, the replica of the skeleton of Maiasaura peeblesorum, an from the Late of North America (this skeleton is exhibited at )
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Dr. Win Jun 4
My sister gave me dinosaur popsicle molds as I think a joke, but jokes on her because I use them all the time. Orange-lemon for this one!
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Martha Madison Jun 12
When a smart kid says she wants to be a paleontologist, you take her to unearth dinosaur bones. @ Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
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