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This edition: Will Titanosaur Overwhelm the AMNH?

Episode Details

Original tape date: March 8, 2016.

First aired: March 14, 2016.

New York’s iconic natural history museum has opened an exhibition of one of the largest dinosaurs ever identified. It is a Titanosaur, some of whose fossilized bones were discovered by a farmer in Patagonia. Ellen Futter, president of the Museum and Mark Norell, its chief paleontologist, tell Jim Zirin that they will continue their hunt for dinosaurs well into the twenty-first century.

Guest List

Ellen V. Futter President, American Museum of Natural History

Mark A. Norell Curator and Paleontologist, American Museum of Natural History

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