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Brian Engh Apr 28
In an upcoming part of my documentary project w/ Matt Wedel we will present several reconstructions (from the bones up) of sauropods featuring only slightly-more-than-corn-on-the-cob levels of neck musculature, and they look pretty thick AF, esp
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ReBecca HF May 8
Happy with another new video from focusing on
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NHMU Dec 6
Replying to @NHMU
Thanks to Paige reporting her find, this femur was carefully excavated & transported to a Museum for further study. So when you find a , make your discovery more valuable to science by reporting it to for identification! (5 of 5)
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Ben Jun 9
One of many, many tail movement tests. Still trying to get the illusion of no control down for the end portion of the tail but it's getting there.
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Harrison Keller Pyle Apr 23
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Jurassic Bap Dec 13
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Jurassic Bap Jun 12
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David T. Salerno May 17
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Harrison Keller Pyle Mar 17
Another Dino this time an expression sheet for a blue female .
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Sarah Feldman May 30
Great to see the cute stowaway on the test flight Falcon 9 with and in orbit around Earth!
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Brian Allan Hobbs May 31
Probably my least favorite so far. But , #, and as cattle ranchers was pretty amusing.
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Evan Johnson-Ransom Mar 13
Me surrounded by two “Jurassic Giants”, Saurophaganax () maximus and of the .
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I Know Dino Nov 20
I Know Dino Podcast Episode 260: T. rex tooth replacement & a new Australian megaraptorid, explains the difference between & and what they were doing in an arid environment
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Genaro Medina Jun 6
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Harrison Keller Pyle Nov 24
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fun facts & daily trivia Jun 28
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FieldStationDinosaur Apr 16
IT'S THE BATTLE OF THE SAUROPODS! Which long neck dinosaur will be featured in the next art lesson with on April 22 at 4pm EST? Be sure to cast your vote on our Facebook page .
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Evan Johnson-Ransom May 15
With today being both , & here are a couple of pictures of me posing with large , & , of the . Puts into perspective how big sauropods are.
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Evan Johnson-Ransom Mar 6
Me observing the baby (and surrounded by the adult) of the . Probably the most adorable baby dinosaur I’ve seen. Sam Noble Museum preparator Kyle Davies built the skeleton. Photo by my advisor, Dr. Eric Snively.
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Brian Engh Apr 9
Believe it or not there are a few sites such as the Mygatt Moore Quarry where digs up and , & that developed into an interp site where poops have been found where dinos were TRAMPLING EVERYTHING.
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