Jan 25, 2023
We are into series 9 now and still going, though starting with this episode, in a bid to be more consistent and less panicked about completing series and the gaps between, we’re moving to being a monthly podcast. So no end in sight yet for all you dinosaur (and sometimes pterosaur) lovers.
Anyway, we’re kicking off...
Nov 30, 2022
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Nov 16, 2022
Although we looked at some biomechanical work earlier this series, this time we get into the real depths of how dinosaurs moved. John Hutchinson joins us with tales of galloping crocodiles and white dots on elephants in an effort to understand how these animals move as part of his work on dinosaur locomotion. We...
Nov 2, 2022
Crystal Palace Dinosaurs with Mark Witton
We have covered palaeoart here from time to time and the process of producing images of dinosaurs and other prehistoric life (as both technical illustrations and more creative life reconstructions) but one of the most important of these gets far too little attention. In the...
Sep 28, 2022
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Pterosaurs living during the Jurassic period were thought to have been relatively small, but a stunning new skeleton shows otherwise.