Tyler Keillor
Interview(s): Tyler Keillor & Daniel Loxton
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 This week Derek presents double Dino-related goodness! First off he has a discussion with Tyler Keillor, a Fossil Laboratory Fossil preparator and Paleoartist. Then Daniel Loxton, of Jr. Skeptic, joins in to talk about his newest book, "Pterosaur Trouble", the next installment in the 'Kids Can Press' line of "Tales of Prehistoric Life" books.
Show Notes
 

- Date – April 9th, 2013
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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.

Outro Music

- Outro music donated by Trent Brusky of Dropfox.



 
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