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Reimagining Dinosaurs | National Geographic ctm magazine

Scientists have learned more about dinosaurs in the last 25 years than in the previous 250. Meet some of the researchers whose findings are changing our view of these prehistoric creatures.

Check out our October magazine story on dinosaurs here: This panel discussion was originally livestreamed in the National Geographic Facebook page.


▶ Michael Greshko, National Geographic writer and author of the October magazine cover story (moderator)
▶ Bhart-Anjan Bhullar, paleontologist and Assistant Professor, The People of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Yale University
▶ Ryan Carney, paleontologist, Assistant Professor of Digital Science, University of South Florida, and National Geographic Explorer
▶ Kimi (Kimberley) Chapelle, post-doctoral fellow at University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
▶ Nizar Ibrahim, vertebrate paleontologist, Assistant Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy, and National Geographic Explorer
▶ Jingmai O’Connor, paleontologist at Field Museum and Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology

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  • Matt Hias on October 14, 2020

    This conversation was really interesting, i would love to see this kind of video again

  • I'm right you're wrong on October 14, 2020

    Nobody wants to watch your ZOOM meeting.

  • Mactastic on October 14, 2020

    When are they going to start making films with the updated version of dinosaurs?

  • Taslim Chaudhry on October 14, 2020


  • Maurício Garcia on October 14, 2020

    When the national museum burned, paleontologists in Brazil weren’t “happy” that there are Brazilian fossils in other countries, they were “happy” that there are Brazilian fossils in other Brazilian institutions. The problem with the national museum wasn’t that there were many fossils there, but that the building was in poor condition because of the insufficient funds that were passed by the government. One thing has nothing to do with the other.

    And so far as I know, it wasn’t the only museum or fossil collection that have undergone such catastrophe worldwide. The national museum is not the only Brazilian institution with a fossil collection. Brazil is way bigger than just Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo.

    There are many ways to encourage local economy of a fossiliferous area than just allowing the collection and sale of fossils. I‘m sure that people from other countries would like to have Brazil's fossils, but as someone who works in this field, I’m actually grateful that the laws no longer allow the fossils to be removed from our country.

  • Klay Thoring on October 15, 2020

    Purrs in dinosaur nerd 🦖

  • Prakash Raj on October 15, 2020

    Spending 1 hour, Worth it.

  • Narayanan Shiv on October 15, 2020

    Thank you so much @NATGEO for this golden video. Please give us lot more like this from paleontologists.

  • David Peters on October 15, 2020

    Good to see the next generation of dino workers are bright and up to the challenge. Maybe interview them one-at-a-time next time. Then the other four don't have to patiently wait their turn.

  • flowkeys tree on October 15, 2020

    Dude top right just seems like he wants to get to the point t so he can get back down the pub

  • mohamad Abdullah on October 15, 2020

    Birds evolution is flowers and reptilia evolution of seeds must be two side male or female .. .

  • Technolyze72 on October 15, 2020

    “Nature Always finds a way”

    To make Dinosaurs Cool!!!

  • National Geographic on October 15, 2020

    Dinosaur researchers discuss findings that are changing our view of these prehistoric creatures. What fascinates you most about dinosaurs?

  • GalyaRecords on October 15, 2020

    That was great, my update on Dinosaur knowledge.

  • gilles weber on October 16, 2020

    Voir Roger Spurr . visiter l'Université Mudfossil sur YT . Cordialement .

  • Nik Nik on October 16, 2020

    I have seen Michael Grechko in live first time.

  • J Kennel Puppies on October 19, 2020

    We have dino Dog🤗☺️

  • Juliana Mbezi on October 19, 2020

    this is so cool.!!!

  • monkeyflipper on October 19, 2020

    came here for dinosaurs and found 6 dweebs on a zoom call. wow NG… wow.

  • su ma on October 20, 2020

    voy a ver es documental, talvez aprendo ingles

  • ArizonaPoet on October 23, 2020

    The universe is expanding? If so, dinosaurs of 300 million years ago weren't, for their time, larger than an elephant or rhno is today. Bones 300 million years old have expanded for 300 million years. If we went back to that time the dinos would be normal elephant size, but we'd have the density of a balloon for our bodies.

  • Land Before Time 75 on November 14, 2020

    This looks amazing and I’m definitely enjoying this.

  • Alexander Perrelli on January 14, 2021

    This was so great. Are there any other events happening soon? Id love to stream live! Always have questions! Thanks!

  • Kamel G-Unit on October 19, 2021

    Can we get new dino documentary? With a voice over, so we watch dinos all the time, not their bones or museums and no paleontologists talking about it? And no stupid naming the dinos like in so many documentaries. Let's be honest… people want to look at them not listen about them. And don't forget about the gore, nobody cares about the mating.

  • Simon Pearce on November 9, 2021

    Someone please tell the gent with the beard to stop saying erm erm at the end of every sentence. Made me switch off

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