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Anthony Maltese
Attended University of Kansas
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Very helpful front desk staff and within walking distance of tons of attractions. The rooms were very clean and well kept, they look like they had been renovated very recently, especially the bathrooms. We would stay there again in a heartbeat.
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We're still out doing fieldwork
The glamour of digging holes in the ground while battling flies and heatstroke. Come for the stuck side by side, stay for me breaking a 2x4 with my brute strength! Enjoy!
The glamour of digging holes in the ground while battling flies and heatstroke. Come for the stuck side by side, stay for me breaking a 2x4 with my brute strength! Enjoy!
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It's field season again
Wandering around Montana means lack of blog updates, but we're at least finding a few new dinosaurs. Here's a few good pictures from our first trip out to the badlands. Back out soon to work a few hadrosaur and ceratopsian sites in the blistering heat. Big ...
Wandering around Montana means lack of blog updates, but we're at least finding a few new dinosaurs. Here's a few good pictures from our first trip out to the badlands. Back out soon to work a few hadrosaur and ceratopsian si...
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Pete III finished. For now.
Just for the weekend, the prototype cast of our Daspletosaurus Pete III (RMDRC 06-005) will be shown off in the atrium of the museum, before it gets decent photographs and heads to its forever home. Yes, it has a 2006 specimen number. The original site as f...
Just for the weekend, the prototype cast of our Daspletosaurus Pete III (RMDRC 06-005) will be shown off in the atrium of the museum, before it gets decent photographs and heads to its forever home. Yes, it has a 2006 specime...
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10 years after starting work on Pete III, things are coming to a head.
There is actually a very good reason why I haven't updated this blog in a while: We've been up to our armpits in the lab building the prototype cast copy of Pete III, our 11m Daspletosaurus. Ilium cast fresh in the mold Pr...
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Viva la Muppetfish! 2 new species of Rhinconichthys unleashed.
Bob Nicholls's excellent reconstruction of Rhinconichthys purgatoirensis So, we've been working on a little public/private partnership project for the past 2 1/2 years here at the RMDRC. In 2013 while he was helping advise on our Megacephalosaurus eulerti s...
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Slacking on my blogging.
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More wandering around the badlands!
Wandering around Montana means lack of blog updates, but we're at least finding a few new dinosaurs. Here's a few good pictures from our first trip out to the badlands. Back out soon to work a few hadrosaur and ceratopsian si...
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Woot! We have a skeleton! And as an added bonus, it's no longer right in my way in the lab anymore!
Just for the weekend, the prototype cast of our Daspletosaurus Pete III (RMDRC 06-005) will be shown off in the atrium of the museum, before it gets decent photographs and heads to its forever home. Yes, it has a 2006 specime...
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It's always both cool and frustrating working on a prototype of a cast.
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Daspletosaurus Assembly: Building a Frightful Lizard
There is actually a very good reason why I haven't updated this blog in a while: We've been up to our armpits in the lab building the prototype cast copy of Pete III, our 11m Daspletosaurus. Ilium cast fresh in the mold Progress is going quick by Academic s...
There is actually a very good reason why I haven't updated this blog in a while: We've been up to our armpits in the lab building the prototype cast copy of Pete III, our 11m Daspletosaurus. Ilium cast fresh in the mold Pr...
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Workingon Pete III's tail. Going to molding soon, finding all sorts of neat pathologies.
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Very interested in Pete III personally. Daspletosaurus is among my favorite species and I find this particular individual interesting considering it's potential size.
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Everyone loves a little tail
Or even a huge one. Just wanted to share some cool pics we took of Pete III's 5.1m long (17 foot) tail. Caudal 1 is missing from this layout (it was still in the pelvis jacket), so add on another 18cm or so. Not too shabby Jacob, our living 2m scalebar The ...
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Colorado Springs
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Canton, MI - Overland Park, KS - Canton, MI - Lawrence, KS - Holzkirchen, Germany - Bietigheim, Germany
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I grew up in Canton, MI, moved to Kansas for high school. Stayed in Kansas and got a degree in Geology from KU where I also started working with big dead animals. Currently working with the same big dead animals in Colorado.
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  • University of Kansas
    Geology, 1995 - 2003
  • Blue Valley High School
    1991 - 1995
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