Alamosaurus: how this massive titan’s neck is impacting relationships of titanosaurs | PLOS Paleo Community

This is a blog post I originally wrote for the PLOS Paleontology Community blog, and am archiving it here on my personal website. You can find the original post here. Remember the Alamo? Well, it’s easy to forget when you are staring at this massive dinosaur. It makes that Tyrannosaurus look like a puppy in comparison.Continue reading “Alamosaurus: how this massive titan’s neck is impacting relationships of titanosaurs | PLOS Paleo Community”

Track Makers in Southern Utah: The St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site | PLOS Paleo Community

Southern Utah boasts one of the best dinosaur tracksites in North America. Here’s why you should visit it.

Stepping Out: New Ornithomimosaur from Arkansas Described | PLOS Paleo Community

This is a blog post I recently wrote for the PLOS Paleontology Community Blog. I am archiving it on my personal website. You can access the original article here. Last week, a new species of dinosaur was described in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. The dinosaur, Arkansaurus fridayi, is an ornithomimosaur the Early Cretaceous ofContinue reading “Stepping Out: New Ornithomimosaur from Arkansas Described | PLOS Paleo Community”