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Terrible lizards is a podcast about dinosaurs with Dr David Hone from Queen Mary University, London and Iszi Lawrence. The podcast is aimed at grown ups but it is clean, so kids can enjoy it too.

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Jul 14, 2020

In this last episode of the first season we try to bring a few things up to date. There’s more mistakes and miss-speaks from Dave to repair and correct, and a few things that have come up since shows were recorded or broadcast we want to give updates on. Mostly though, we are answering questions from our Patreons and other commenters that people have sent in. There’s a lot of ground to cover quickly and lots of things that are still coming in future episodes so we don’t always get into the greatest detail but among others, there’s bits on Triassic dinosaurs, dinosaur diseases, evidence for dinosaur behaviour, and how can you support palaeontology.

There’s no special guest this week and we’ll now be taking a break for a while so we can recharge and come back stronger in September (ish). We do though plan to record one or two deep dive episodes during the break that will be available only to our Patreons for now, so if you want to help keep Terrible Lizards going and get some more goodness in advance then please sign up.

Iszi also goes on a massive rant about human brain evolution which is better discussed in her interview with Clive Gamble on The British Museum Membercast podcast:

The film, The Lost world (1925) is available to watch on youtube here

A short blogpost with a nice photo of the unheralded Triassic Herrerasaurus:

A long post by Dave on the perenially asked ‘how do I become a palaeontologist?’:

A short post on a diseased sauropod in China:

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