044 - Dinosaurs! ft. Victoria Arbour

044 - Dinosaurs! ft. Victoria Arbour

Victoria Arbour is an evolutionary biologist and vertebrate palaeontologist studying the evolution of dinosaurs. She currently studies ankylosaurs, a group of armoured dinosaurs often known for their tail weapons. Over the course of her career, she's investigated the biomechanics of tail clubbing in ankylosaurian dinosaurs through mathematical modeling and finite element analysis.

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Zuul, Destroyer of Shins at the Royal Ontario Museum
Victoria's blog, Pseudoplocephalus
Victoria's latest academic publication - The evolution of tail weaponization in amniotes

Yi Qi, the dinosaur with bat-like wings
The Carolina Butcher 
Dino 101 of Coursera
Bulbasaurus, the dinosaur Pokemon?