Inside the Dinosaur Library

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  • Published on:  4/2/2018
  • You can check out Google's Science Journal app at https://makingscience.withgoogle.com/...We're back in Bozeman, Montana this week talking to Amy Atwater, Collections Manager at the Museum of the Rockies. MOR has among the largest collections of North American dinosaurs in the United States. We talk to Amy about her job and the collection she manages.Thanks as always to Nobumichi Tamura for allowing us to use his wonderful paleoart : http://spinops.blogspot.com/Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudiosWant to follow Eons elsewhere on the internet?Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/eonsshowTwitter - https://twitter.com/eonsshowInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/eonsshow/
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  • Mario Lanzas
    Mario Lanzas a years ago+594

    When religious people say that they have a spiritual experience when they enter in the church, I think they mean what I feel when I enter in a museum like this

  • Daniel I
    Daniel I a years ago+196

    I feel like a child again watching pbs. Thank you for adapting to the times and persuing to keep people informed amd curious :)

  • Lightly Salted
    Lightly Salted a years ago+134

    Kallie always looks so happy to be wherever she is. She's a great interviewer because her positive energy rubs off on her guests. It's really inspiring to see people excited and passionate about their work.

  • dloganwilliams
    dloganwilliams a years ago+44

    It's hilarious watching these two nerd out over their jobs. I'll have to stop by MoR on my way back from Glacier this summer. Bozeman, beer and bones.

  • NorthernChev
    NorthernChev a years ago+118

    Has anybody ever thought about how we would completely lose stuff like this (forever as a species) in the event of a nuclear war? I don't know why I thought of that, it just dawned on me. And I'm sure every little town all around the world has some "thing" that is special to our history (as a species) that we would permanently lose should anyone ever use nukes on someone. I don't know why I just thought of that. I guess because it would be sad to see something like this be lost forever.

  • Erik Lervold
    Erik Lervold a years ago+55

    couple of things:
    Kallie's shirt is amazing!
    I need to visit that museum.
    i totes want eon to visit an excavation field! Pretty please?

  • Some Guy
    Some Guy a years ago+40

    I swear...You guys are teaching me so much and I’m incredibly thankful for that! Thank you all so much and keep up the amazing content!

  • Rotodex The Paleontologist

    My dream job. I’m planning on majoring in geology or biology and minoring in paleontology when I start university soon.

  • binky2819
    binky2819 a years ago+66

    Can you please do a video on the Eurypterids!? I don't think you've even mentioned them so far!

  • Joseph D.
    Joseph D. a years ago+61

    Royal Tyrrell Museam in the Alberta Badlands would be choice. Maybe get an up-close look at the nodosaur!

  • Maffer G
    Maffer G a years ago+30

    I love watching these professional educational videos that seem to be more and more rare on YouTube

  • animist channel
    animist channel a years ago+12

    Since "eons" involves more than animals, I think it would be cool to do a video on the dynamic earth itself -- maybe elevation changes that put primordial sea-salt deposits in Utah and the Himalayas, for example. I have cooked with some 300+ myo salt, and both the taste and the idea of it were somehow sweeter. In this, we are connected to raw elements that are not only ancient, but perhaps eternal :)

  • Sean Dewar
    Sean Dewar a years ago+39

    Can you do a video on the history of Therizinosaurus?

  • Steven Baumann
    Steven Baumann a years ago+83

    I would love to take a road trip there! Best storage place ever! Well. Next to the rock core library in Marquette Michigan.

  • NorthernChev
    NorthernChev a years ago+27

    Thank you Museum of the Rockies for letting Eons and PBS do this piece. It was wonderful!

  • Geoffrey Zwegers
    Geoffrey Zwegers a years ago+3

    How did insects evolve wings?

  • Sword of Tauberg
    Sword of Tauberg a years ago+4

    I would like to see Eons go out to an active fossil dig site and show how amazing the process of discovery is.
    Also, I would really like an episode showing the progression of dinosaur species across time on different continents.

  • Ken Tan
    Ken Tan a years ago+5

    at 2:49-2:50,i thought she raised her middle finger.hahahaha😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • Marsiah Suliskridayani
    Marsiah Suliskridayani a years ago+12

    Hey! I've been learning about evolution in my biology class, and now I'm curious about the evolution of horses. My teacher said that horse fossils are fairly having a complete evolutionary record, and that's kinda interesting! I wish u can make a brief summary of this topic, and is there any other animals that also have a complete evolutionary record?

  • James Tang
    James Tang a years ago+5

    Speaking of Triceratops, a video on the Torosaurus Triceratops situation would be nice.