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Did you know a new dinosaur is discovered almost every week? 

Keep up with the latest dinosaur discoveries and science with I Know Dino. Have fun and relax with hosts Garret and Sabrina each week as they explore the latest dinosaur news, chat with paleontology experts, dive deep into a “dinosaur of the day,” go down Oryctodromeus burrows with their fun facts, answer your burning questions, and connect dinosaurs to topics ranging from chocolate to the Titanic and more! Educational and entertaining, I Know Dino is a must listen dinosaur paleontology podcast for experts and newcomers alike.

Hosted by dinosaur enthusiasts and science communicators Garret and Sabrina, a husband and wife di-know-it-all team who love dinosaurs so much they had a dino-themed wedding and now all they do is talk about dinosaurs.

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast I Know Dino

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Did you know a new dinosaur is discovered almost every week? 

Keep up with the latest dinosaur discoveries and science with I Know Dino. Have fun and relax with hosts Garret and Sabrina each week as they explore the latest dinosaur news, chat with paleontology experts, dive deep into a “dinosaur of the day,” go down Oryctodromeus burrows with their fun facts, answer your burning questions, and connect dinosaurs to topics ranging from chocolate to the Titanic and more! Educational and entertaining, I Know Dino is a must listen dinosaur paleontology podcast for experts and newcomers alike.

Hosted by dinosaur enthusiasts and science communicators Garret and Sabrina, a husband and wife di-know-it-all team who love dinosaurs so much they had a dino-themed wedding and now all they do is talk about dinosaurs.

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    Tarbosaurus with Phil Currie - remastered

    Tarbosaurus with Phil Currie - remastered

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Tarbosaurus, links from Phil Currie, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Tarbosaurus-Episode-494/

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    Dinosaur of the day Tarbosaurus, the Mongolian version of T. rex.

    Interview with Dr. Phil Currie, the Canadian paleontologist who came up with the theory that carnivorous dinosaurs, like tyrannosaurs, lived in gangs. He is also the professor of the Coursera class, Dino 101, via the University of Alberta.




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    • 57 min
    T. rex Intelligence and Kallie Moore from PBS Eons

    T. rex Intelligence and Kallie Moore from PBS Eons

    Tyrannosaurus rex and other dinosaur brains didn't fill their whole skull. Plus Kallie Moore joins from the fantastic YouTube channel PBS Eons and shares how the project started and how it's going.

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Xiaosaurus, links from Kallie Moore, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Xiaosaurus-Episode-493/

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    Dinosaur of the day Xiaosaurus, a small forest-dwelling ornithischian from the Jurassic.

    Interview with Kallie Moore, the Collections Manager/Fossil Librarian at the University of Montana Paleontology Center, co-host of the YouTube channel PBS Eons, and executive producer for the documentary Why Dinosaurs? Follow her on Instagram @fossil_librarian

    In dinosaur news this week:T. rex was not nearly as smart as a baboon, according to a new study of dinosaur intelligence based on brain size and neuron counts 

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    Dinosaur Brains and Early Dinosaur Evolution

    Dinosaur Brains and Early Dinosaur Evolution

    How we can tell dinosaur brain size and shape from their skulls; Evidence from the brain of Thescelosaurus shows it may have burrowed; Plus an update on Ornithoscelida

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Dracovenator, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Dracovenator-Episode-492/

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    Dinosaur of the day Dracovenator, a close relative of Dilophosaurus from the Jurassic of South Africa.

    In dinosaur news this week:Brain size varied in dinosaursTurns out, the dinosaur Thescelosaurus had a powerful sense of smell, a sensitive vestibular system, but terrible hearing—all which may mean it was a burrowerA new hiking trail with 134 sauropod dinosaur footprints is now open to the public in Colorado, according to The Denver GazetteThe Jean & Ric Edelman Fossil Park is opening in June in New Jersey


    Listener Questions:What would a real "modern tyrannosaur" look like?Update on the Ornithoscelida debate (where theropods and ornithischians are grouped together). We also explain Saurischia (sauropods + theropods) and Phytodinosauria/Ornithischiformes (sauropods + ornithischians).


    Fun Fact: According to the Dinosaur Heresies, pterosaurs are dinosaurs.




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    • 53 min
    Titanomachya: The downfall of the titan(osaur)s

    Titanomachya: The downfall of the titan(osaur)s

    a new titanosaur from central Patagonia that lived alongside Carnotaurus; "Jingia" is now Jingiella; Two new studies help show why dinosaurs took over the Jurassic world

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Limusaurus, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Limusaurus-Episode-491/

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    Dinosaur of the day Limusaurus, a fascinating dinosaur that started out with over 40 teeth, but had their teeth completely replaced by a beak by the time they turned one.

    In dinosaur news this week:A new Patagonian titanosaur, Titanomachya gimenezi, was named after an epic battle of the Greek godsThe mamenchisaurid sauropod “Jingia” dongxingensis has been renamed to Jingiella dongxingensisHaving a wide variety of limb proportions and gaits helped dinosaurs become a successEarly dinosaurs grew fast, and that was a good thing for them, but they weren't the only ones to grow quickly 

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    • 53 min
    A new stegosaur posing as an ankylosaur

    A new stegosaur posing as an ankylosaur

    Thyreosaurus was a stegosaur, but wore its armor like an ankylosaur; A new iguanodontian, Hesperonyx, was named from Portugal; and dinosaur of the day Eotyrannus, a large early tyrannosauroid

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Eotyrannus, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Eotyrannus-Episode-490/

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    Dinosaur of the day Eotyrannus, a tyrannosauroid from the Early Cretaceous which was surprisingly large for its time—aptly named the "dawn tyrant".

    In dinosaur news this week:A new stegosaur, Thyreosaurus atlasicus, had large oval plates different than any other stegosaurA new iguanodontian, Hesperonyx martinhotomasorum, was found in PortugalDinosaurs and concrete have a lot in common 

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    • 44 min
    South America Spectacular with Tito & Aline

    South America Spectacular with Tito & Aline

    A new titanosaur from Uruguay is the most complete ever found in the country; Northern Alaska had even more dinosaur diversity than we thought; A site in Brazil shows dinosaur enthusiasts have been there for 1,000s of years

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Orkoraptor, links from Tito Aureliano and Aline Ghilardi, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Orkoraptor-Episode-489/

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    Dinosaur of the day Orkoraptor, a 20ft long megaraptorid from Argentina with specialized teeth for hunting.

    Interview with Tito Aureliano and Aline Ghilardi, two amazing paleontologists from Brazil. Tito is a paleontologist, geologist, science communicator, and a postdoc at URCA university in Northeast Brazil. line Ghilardi, a scientist, science communicator, and professor of paleontology at UFRN.

    In dinosaur news this week:A new titanosaur from Uruguay, Udelartitan celeste, is the most complete ever found in the countryAlaska had a vibrant dinosaur community in the CretaceousPaleontology and archaeology come together at a site in Brazil with petroglyphs and dinosaur footprints 

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
451 Ratings

451 Ratings

Jdcriii ,

Well researched and entertaining

Great info.; rigorous but also entertaining. By far the best out there in this genre.

RBaker221 ,

A great show for anyone who like dinosaurs

I look forward each week to a new episode of this show. Garret and Sabrina give great information about dinosaurs that they make accessible to novices and experts alike, and they clearly have fun doing it. Fun to listen to!

Dino lovers ,

Awesome

I really hope you guys go into Deinonychus Antirrhopus, I’m not sure if you look at these or not but I heard that young deinonychus might of flown and want to know what you think.

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