May 14, 2018
Countless dinosaur movies have been made over the years. Movies where dinosaurs were roped by cowboys, lived side-by-side with humans, and where dinosaurs lunched on humans. Beyond the movies, there are natural history museums to awe the young and old. But after all that, what is really known about dinosaurs and their place in history? Even though most scientists know quite a bit, one author and paleontologist says the average person is not that knowledgeable.
Guest: Steve Brusatte, a paleontologist at the University of Edinburgh.
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