– Date – April 9th, 2013
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The Odds Must Be Crazy
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Interview: Tyler Keillor
– Find out a bit about Tyler at his personal website.
– He recreates physical 3-D, models out of fossil remains.
– Tyler has some good YouTube videos of his different works.
– He used Kickstarter to get his digital Dryptosaurus funded.
Interview: Daniel Loxton
– Daniel Loxton is the man behind Jr. Skeptic.
– Last time Daniel was on the show was to discuss his book ‘Ankylosaur Attack‘ back on episode #166.
– Scientists are learning more about Dinosaur feathers.
– His new book is Pterosaur Trouble.
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