Ep # 69 Murderous Monster Mosasaurs 'n More with Mike Everhart
Ray and Dave talk to Mosasaur expert and "Oceans of Kansas" author Mike Everhart about the marine reptiles that once swam in the ancient ocean where Kansas is today.
Ep 69 Paleo Nerds with Mike Everhart
Link to Dave Marshall’s podcast website, Palaeocast, who discussing the Netflix documentary, Life On Our Planet
Mike Everhart’s website
Mike's book, Oceans of Kansas, on Amazon
All about Dinosaurs by the famous Paleontologist, Roy Chapman Andrews
The famous Niobrarasaurus nodosaur that somehow floated out to sea, dead, and then sank.
A Float and bloat
The other great Paleontologist, Othneil Charles Marsh
Plesiosaurs and Elasmosaurs
Video of what the Pterygoid teeth of a Mosasaurus are if you really want to know!
Say that with a mouthful… Polycotylid Plesiosaur!
Amazing fossil of an Ichthysaur mother giving birth
Previous Paleo Nerds Guest, Luis Chiappe, a coauthor on plesiosaurus
Weird Screwdriver Toothed Mosasaur from Morocco
Globidens: the Clam and Ammonite Eater with the round teeth for crushing Clams and shells.
The largest head of any plesiosaur, a Megacephalosaurus
Brachauchenius short necked Pliosaur
The flying reptile a Pteranodon!
The giant Inoceramus clams from the WIS
The biggest flying reptile of them all! Quetzalcoatlus!
The weird pole headed Nyctosaurus flying reptile
Pteranodon longiceps, the Pteranodon with the honking big crest out the back
Hollow Bones in Great dinosaurs and Pteradons!
Good to Feel by Patrick Troll
Summertime by The Amish Robots
The Wait by Whiskey Class
Seconds in a Lifetime by Russell Wodehouse
Flicker of Light by Whiskey Class