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Anthony Maltese
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Hey! We finished a dinosaur! Finally!
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The little Thescelosaurus that could
The Hell Creek Formation is so much more than just Triceratops and Edmontosaurus and Tyrannosaurus rex . There, I said it. I head out there to swelter and dig nearly every summer, and it's truly not the big famous dinosaurs I'm interested in. This is where ...
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I have been busy, but here's some of what I've been working on.
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Protosphyraena: Like a Swordfish Made Babies With a Chainsaw
We're back from SVP 2017 in Calgary, which was an awesome opportunity to debut our prototype Protosphyraena (Proto Proto) skeletal reconstruction. I've been involved with this project for 13 years now, very heavily for the past 4 with my various research pr...
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So I found a dinosaur butt in the Judith River Formation.
Digging a tyrannobutt
Digging a tyrannobutt
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Digging a tyrannobutt
We're back from Montana waiting for the temperatures and fire danger to die down for a bit. Earlier this month though we were battling the gnats working on excavating a dinosaur I found late last summer. Can you spot the site? The site is pretty typical for...
Digging a tyrannobutt
Digging a tyrannobutt
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Hey! The blog is updated!
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First Kansas Trip in the Bag - 2017
For the first time in a few years, we've been able to hit the Niobrara outcrops in the spring! Holy crap was it cold. The last day out, I don't think it got above 50 degrees, not that the 40mph winds would make it feel any warmer. Perfectly miserable. And j...
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Check out the new toothy bird!
The Accidental Ichthyornis
The Accidental Ichthyornis
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Speaking of birds, we just found a toothed one in the ancient chalks of Kansas!
The Accidental Ichthyornis
The Accidental Ichthyornis
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