Loading...

TERRIFYING Dinosaur Find!? (Discovering Spinosaurus Part I)

1,829 views

Loading...

Loading...

Transcript

The interactive transcript could not be loaded.

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Premiered Jun 12, 2019

This is the first Episode in a Series on Spinosaurid Dinosaurs--their biology, evolution, and scientific history. We begin our journey in England where in 1983 an amateur fossil collector found the skeleton of Baryonyx, one of the most amazing dinosaur discoveries of the 20th century.

I am so sorry that this has taken so long. I appreciate all of the emails, tweets, and comments expressing concern over the lack of activity on the channel. Please forgive me, life has a way of getting in the way of things. I hope this series will make up for it. ENJOY!

SOURCES:

1: Hunting Dinosaurs by Louie Psihoyos and John Knoebber Random House New York 1994 Pages 176 - 178

2: Owen, Richard “Report on British Fossil Reptiles, Part II” from the Report of the Eleenth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Plymoth, England, July 1841, John Murray, Publisher, London, 1842, pp.102.

3: PLUMBER LENDS HIS NAME TO A NEW DINOSAUR New York Times Nov. 28 1986

4: Baryonyx walkeri, a fish-eating dinosaur from the Wealden of Surrey by ALAN J. CHARIG AND ANGELA C. MILNER Bull. nut. Hist. Mus. Lond. (Geol.) 53(1): 11-70 Issued June 1997

5: Pages 57-58 of Dr David Norman’s 1985 “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs: An Original and compelling insight into life in the dinosaur kingdom.”

6: Baryonyx, a remarkable new theropod dinosaur (Charig and Milner 1986) Nature

7: The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs 2nd Edition Gregory S. Paul 2016 (pages 94 and 101)

8: Dinosaurs The Encyclopedia Donald F. Glut McFarland and Company, Inc., Publishers Jefferson, North Carolina, and London 1997 page 347

9: Predatory Dinosaurs of the World A Complete Illustrated Guide a new York Academy of Sciences Book Written and Drawn by Gregory S. Paul Simon and Schuster 1988 pages 271-275

CREDITS

MUSIC:

1: ‘Rotary Cog’ by Blue Dot Sessions
2: ‘Plate Synthesis’ by Blue Dot Sessions
3: ‘Gra Landsby’ by Blue Dot Sessions
4: ‘Solear Interlude’ by Blue Dot Sessions
5: ‘Tillis Country’ by Blue Dot Sessions

IMAGES:
Many images come from either the same scientific paper or youtube clip. These image credits are only listed once (for the first time they appear on screen)

0:34 From https://bit.ly/2KLKA1t
0:43 From https://bit.ly/2MIi4QQ 1985 Documentary ‘Dinosaurs Dinosaurs Dinosaurs’
0:43 Television from https://bit.ly/2X7ufe2
0:51 From Jim Madsen’s ‘Allosaurus fragilis a Revised Osteology’ 1993
0:53 Found Here https://bit.ly/2FiJU07
1:03 Geological Map of Britain Adam Smith 1815 Wikimedia Commons
1:06 From Wikimedia Commons https://bit.ly/31ttHP0
1:08 Tilgate Forest Wikimedia Commons
1:12 Gideon Mantell Wikimedia Commons
1:15 William Buckland Wikimedia Commons
1:18 Richard Owen Wikimedia Commons
1:47 Alan Charig image from here https://bit.ly/2IEHCsT
2:11 From here https://bit.ly/2ICxv83
2:24 From Natural History Museum YouTube channel https://bit.ly/2X7yaYo
3:14 Image from Charig and Milner 1997 "Baryonyx walkeri, a fish-eating dinosaur from the Wealden of Surrey". Bulletin of the Natural History Museum of London. 53: 11–70.
3:22 NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY https://bit.ly/2wMqLPp
3:36 Painting by the Incredible John Sibbick
3:45 Also by John SIbbick from the textbook ‘Dinosaurs a Concise Natural History’ written by David Fastovsky and David Weischampel. BUY IT HERE https://amzn.to/2KNmkvF
3:58 All from Wikimedia Commons
4:10 Found here https://bit.ly/2RbucZa
4:26 all from paleofile.com
4:53 ‘Baryonyx, a remarkable new theropod dinosaur’ (Charig and Milner 1986)
5:07 Found here https://bit.ly/2IbVQlT
5:12 From here https://bit.ly/1Viz78w
6:11 Allosaurus and Tyrannosaurus silhouettes by SCOTT HARTMAN. Support his artwork here https://bit.ly/2F74Sih
6:29 Tree branch from here https://bit.ly/2XLIXEK
6:37 Lythronax by the very talented Lucas Panzarin https://bit.ly/2RdzgMU
6:46 Tarbosaurus skull found here https://bit.ly/2WGy0I6
7:20 Baryonyx silhouette also by Scott Hartman https://bit.ly/2F74Sih
7:30 From NHM website https://bit.ly/2XHrzRj
7:45 From NHM website https://bit.ly/2KLKA1t
8:41 Doric column from wikimedia commons https://bit.ly/2edCpKw
9:10 Croc skull drawing found here https://bit.ly/2KM0LM6
9:57 Silhouettes by Scott Hartman https://bit.ly/2F74Sih
10:32 Dilophosaurus illustration by Abelov2014. Catch them on DeviantArt here https://bit.ly/2MIpXpq
10:47 Dilophosaurus skull done by the AMAZING ‘Qilong.’ Check out more of their art here https://bit.ly/2MJfWIF
10:53 Early Jurassic reconstruction (From Wikimedia Commons)
11:25 Greg Paul from his site https://bit.ly/2RcxoDT
11:34 from Love in the Time of Chasmosaurus blog https://bit.ly/2IIuVxh
13:03 Spinosaurus by aaronhorkey https://bit.ly/2KTVAtR
13:28 Gebel el Dist Wikimedia Commons

Loading...

When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...