Riley the Paleontologist Show 2 "Herbivores" Riley Chandler the First Grade Paleontologist teaches a lesson on Herbivores. Stay tuned after the credits for Riley's bloopers!
Paleontology Meets Art: Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway Paleontologist Kirk Johnson discusses the need for art and science to work together. Johnson has teamed up with Seattle's Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture to co-curate the exhibition "Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway," on view from Dec. 19, 2009 to May 31, 2010.
Jack Horner on Paleontology Discovery-: Discovery News' Kasey-Dee Gardner finds out from Jack Horner what's on the horizon in the world of dinosaurs. Check out more science news stories at www.discovery-
Dr. Bulinski Rocks! If you want to stump a geoscientist, ask this: What is your favorite rock? Dr. Kate Bulinski, a paleontologist and a self-described rock nerd, loves them all. She does, however, have a favorite fossil. Find out what it is and learn about Bellarmines first-ever paleontology course in this short video.
PBS at the TV Critics Press Tour | Scott Sampson interview Paleontologist Scott Sampson is interviewed by video blogger Zadi Diaz () as part of PBS's coverage of the 2009 Television Critics Association Press Tour (Aug 1-2, 2009). Sampson is the featured paleontologist on the PBS KIDS series DINOSAUR TRAIN. PBS KIDS will debut an all-new CGI-animated series, DINOSAUR TRAIN, on Labor Day, September 7, 2009. The new series embraces and celebrates the fascination that preschoolers have with both dinosaurs and trains while encouraging basic scientific thinking and skills as the audience learns about natural science, natural history and paleontology. The series will join other top-ranked PBS KIDS preschool series including The Jim Henson Companys series SID THE SCIENCE KID, which premiered in fall 2008. DINOSAUR TRAIN is seen through the eyes of Buddy, a preschool-aged Tyrannosaurus Rex. Buddy and his adoptive family of Pteranodons go for adventures on the Dinosaur Train to meet all kinds of dinosaurs in different eras and learn fascinating new facts about these incredible creatures.
AC:WW Redd, Paleontologist From Redd's worldly travels stem his new offering of a T-rex. From "AC:WW MuayThai full tour".
They Might Be Giants - I Am a Paleontologist (live @ the New Hazlett Theater 3.13.10) danny weinkauf is a great man. sorry about the funky audio changes/desync. i had to do a weird thing to get the sound to work.
Rare, Nearly Complete Dimetrodon Found! [HMNS Paleontology] The Houston Museum of Natural Science Paleontology team has discovered an articulated specimen of a Dimetrodon on the Craddock Ranch in Baylor County. The team named the fossil "Wet Willi"—"Wet" because it was found while excavating a drainage trench for the quarry, and "Willi" for Samuel Williston, a paleontologist and educator who was active at the site 100 years ago. Dimetrodon bones are common in the Craddock quarry, but articulated fossil skeletons, like "Wet Willi," are extremely rare. Excavation of the fossil is currently underway. "Wet Willi" will be the star of the Permian section of the Museum's newly renovated paleontology hall, opening in 2012! Read More on the HMNS blog:
An Adorable 7-Year-Old Paleontologist Teaches Ellen! Seven-year-old dinosaur expert Riley Chandler visited Ellen to teach her all about the ferocious creatures -- and ended up charming the entire audience!
Tomorrow Today | Brilliant Minds - paleontologist Krister Smith In our Brilliant Minds series,Tomorrow Today presents young scientists from around the world who live and carry out research in Germany. For postdoc student Krister Smith,the trip from America to Germany meant more than a chance to study and work abroad—it was a chance to dig. The California-born researcher goes to work every day at the Messel Pit,an excavation quarry just south of Frankfurt. We catch up with Krister as he tries to uncover answers to questions of evolution and history.
XU XING - paleontologist - Toyota commercial A researcher and professor at Beijing's Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xu Xing has unearthed important dinosaur fossils at some of China's most significant excavation sites. He has named 11 new dinosaur species, including 3 feathered specimens that have challenged the conventional wisdom on what dinosaurs looked like.
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Ethan the Paleontologist -Jurassic Dino Train Attack Narrated by Ethan the Paleontologist but please ignore the websites in his commentary... they don't exist for now. Thank you.
They Might Be Giants - I Am a Paleontologist TMBG preview a new song from their upcoming kids' album "Here Comes Science", written and sung by bassist Danny Weinkauf. Performed at Matthews Theater in Princeton, NJ on 4/18/09. Preorder "Here Comes Science" now on :
I Am A Paleontologist - Chiang Mai International School On October 12, 2010 Chiang Mai International School Grade 4 sings "I am a Paleontologist" by Danny Weinkauf. (From "Here Comes Science" by They Might Be Giants.)
Paleontologist's ten commandments (a spoof) A spoof of the Miner's ten Commandments, in turn a spoof of the Ten commandments of the bible. not to be taken seriously.
They Might Be Giants I Am A Paleontologist and Seven Days of the Week Jiggle Jam 2009 They Might Be Giants playing a new song off the as-of-yet unreleased kids album Here Comes Science (coming this September) and Seven Days of the Week from Here Come the 123s with local KC horn player Steve Malloi (no idea if I'm spelling his last name right). Jiggle Jam at Crown Center in Kansas City.
They Might Be Giants - I Am a Paleontologist (2009-05-30 - (le) poisson rouge) They Might Be Giants perform at (le) poisson rouge in New York, NY on May 30, 2009. Filmed with TDK's camera; mine was broken. Thanks, Mike! More details on :
A paleontologists work Finding fossil sharks is a fun task! Music from the album "Here Comes Science" by They Might Be Giants. The song is called "I Am a Paleontologist"
I Am a Paleontologist - They Might Be Giants - Union County MusicFest Danny Weinkauf performs his song from the new TMBG album, Here Comes Science during the kids' show at Union County Music Fest in Clark, NJ on 9/13/09. Order Here Comes Science now!
They Might Be Giants Podcast 39 - I Am A Paleontologist Original date: 27 August 2009 This seems to be a continuation of last year's Friday Night Video Podcast, updated for the soon-to-be-released Here Comes Science. Notably, the puppets are gone. Check out Scientist Linnell's teeth! The video included in this episode is "I Am A Paleontologist", sung by Danny Weinkauf. For more information and links to the official download, see This Might Be A Wiki - I'm not affiliated with TMBG and I own nothing. This video podcast is available to anybody through or iTunes.
PALEONTOLOGICAL SITE ARROIO CANCELA Site Paleontological Arroio Cancela is located in the city of Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in the neighborhood Nossa Senhora de Lourdes, and belongs to Santa Maria Formation, and this at an altitude of 107 meters above sea level. This site is found fossils of vertebrates of the Triassic, with about 225 million years. The site belongs to Paleorrota and is located 600 meters from the Station Road of Santa Maria City. At the corner of the street Irmão Donato with street Otavio Alves de Oliveira, a hundred meters from the site, is school State General Edson de Figueiredo, and next to a shopping center. Music by Cachorro Grande band.
They Might Be Giants - I Am a Paleontologist @ Celebrate Brooklyn! Danny Weinkauf leads the band in performing a song he wrote on the upcoming TMBG kids' album, "Here Comes Science" at the Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival at Prospect Park on 7/11/09. Preorder "Here Comes Science" now on :
Paleontology 2008-01-31 Prehistoric crocodile fossil found - Jan. 31 - Brazilian paleontologists discover fossil of prehistoric crocodile that roamed in what is now the state of Sao Paulo about 80 million years ago. The well-preserved fossil of Montealtosuchus arrudacamposi, a medium-sized lizard-like predator measuring about 5 1/2 feet (1.7 meters) from head to tail, dates back about 80 million years to the Late Cretaceous period. The fossil was found near the town of Monte Alto in Sao Paulo state and is named after the place and the local scientist who dug up the fossil in 2004 -- Arruda Campos. Pavithra George reports. SOUNDBITE: Paleontologist Ismar de Carvalho, saying (Portuguese): "It (discovered specimen) is literally the link between the most primitive crocodiles, which lived during the dinosaur age about 80 to 85 million years ago, and the modern crocodiles living today. Therefore, it's a very rare and scientifically important species."
Tell Me How - Paleontologist Host Melody Young meets up with a dinosaur hunter whose career consists of digging up fossils. Visit his workplace in the museum and in the field. Subjects Covered Include: What does a paleontologist do? Does a paleontologist only dig for dinosaur bones? What type of school does a paleontologist have to go to? Do you need a college degree to be a paleontologist? Why do paleontologists work for oil companies? Why are paleontologists important? Does a paleontologist need to know a lot about history? Why is a paleontologist interested in old bones? Is being a paleontologist hard work? Why do paleontologist's work for museums? Why do paleontologist's and geologist's work closely together?
I Am a Paleontologist - They Might Be Giants w/Danny Weinkauf Support the band--get the audio AND video of Here Comes Science at iTunes bit.ly and the DVD/CD set at Amazon now! bit.ly Video directed by Sean McBride. TMBG bassist Danny Weinkauf stars in this one!
Riley the Paleontologist teaches First Grade Riley teaches first grade classes at Lincoln Elementary school for the first time. He is the first grade paleontologist.
Fairmead Paleontologist Niranjala Kottachchi Niranjala Kottachchi, the paleo monitor at the Fairmead Dig site in Madera, CA talks about the various species and fossils found in Central California. Video by Terry Dolph
The Adorable Paleontologist Meets Jurassic Park! Ellen was so impressed by the adorable 7-year-old dinosaur expert Riley Chandler, she brought him to Orlando and joined him for a ride on the Jurassic Park attraction!
The making of a paleontologist U of A paleontologist Philip Currie has been digging up the remains of some 20 Albertosauruses in Alberta's Big Valley for more than 12 years, after re-discovering a bone-bed first unearthed by Barnum Brown in 1910. The discovery led Currie to conclude that dinosaurs were not solitary animals but may have hunted together in packs. In this video he talks about what sparked his interest in paleontology as a child and why dinosaurs remain so fascinating for him today.
Paleontologist Hans Larsson's Workspace Paleontologist Hans Larsson of McGill's Department of Biology guides you through his office oddities such as fossils and pickled specimens through this interactive audio slideshow.
They Might Be Giants "Paleontologist" from "Here Comes Science" Brand new They Might Be Giants song performed live at KC Jiggle Jam 2009. "Paleontolgist" comes from the forthcoming TMBG record "Here Comes Science". More kid's music coverage at
Riley the Paleontologist Show 1 "Carnivores" Riley Chandler is your First Grade Paleontologist. Riley explains 5 different carnivore dinosaurs. To get an autograph from Riley Chandler please leave a comment on his All New Show.
Riley the Paleontologist Show 3, "Prehistoric Reptiles" Riley the Paleontologist talks about three different prehistoric reptiles, then has question and answer time. Feel free to email your question to rileytalk1@.
Noah Paleontologist Noah on a major excavation...
Paleontologist This is an educational filksong about paleontology to the tune of Sting's Englishman in New York. When my son was obsessed with paleontology, I wrote at least two dozen paleontology filks - some day I may assemble them into a collection I am tentatively calling The Fossil Record. Cramming bits of science into a song like this can be a powerful mnemonic tool for remembering facts.
Fossil dig adventure with junior paleontology field camp Hear students in the 2009 summer junior paleontology field camp describe what they love about searching for fossils at Rattlesnake Creek in Gainesville, Fla. In this camp, Florida Museum vertebrate paleontologist Art Poyer and University of Florida zoology Ph. D. recipient Larisa Grawe DeSantis teach students, ages 9-11, how to uncover prehistoric creatures that once roamed the area. This video is featured in the Florida Museum's national traveling exhibition, "Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived." The exhibit features a 60-foot-long walk-through sculpture and highlights the evolution, biology and misconceptions regarding giant prehistoric sharks. Visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu/megalodon/ for more information.
YOU CAN BE A WOMAN PALEONTOLOGIST Paleontologists study ancient life forms. First, our Paleontologist needs to study the anatomy of present-day animals: birds, mammals, reptiles, fish. To see what an animal was like, and how it lived, she studies its bones. Second, she needs to study Geology (rocks) so that she understands the various layers of rocks and what periods in ancient times they represent.
Kids Club cool career vignette - paleontologist An educational commercial about paleontology and dinosaurs found in Austin, Texas.
They Might Be Giants - I Am a Paleontologist (2009-07-11 - Prospect Park - Celebrate Brooklyn!) They Might Be Giants perform at Prospect Park's Celebrate Brooklyn Festival in Brooklyn, NY on July 11, 2009. More details on :
7yr Old Paleontologist part 1 7 year old aspiring paleontologist teaches all about the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods of Prehistoric times