In this brief article I share the latest episode of The Jurassic Park Podcast where I join podcast contributor Conor O’ Keefe to talk about hadrosaurs in the Jurassic franchise.

I just wanted to take some time to share the latest episode of The Jurassic Park Podcast with you all. I joined Conor O’ Keefe who works at the Natural History Museum in London to discuss hadrosaur palaeontology and design in the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World franchise.

This episode was recorded earlier in the year and has only now just gone live so do give it a listen! It is a really great discussion and Connors Dino DNA segments on The Jurassic Park Podcast are always a joy to listen to.

You can listen to Episode 286 of The Jurassic Park Podcast below:

Episode 286: Dino DNA w/ Conor O'Keeffe | Hadrosaurs of the Jurassic Park Franchise Featuring James Ronan The Jurassic Park Podcast

Find us online at http://www.jurassicparkpodcast.comWelcome to The Jurassic Park Podcast! In episode 286,  Conor O’Keeffe presents another installment of Dino DNA, where he is joined by James Ronan to discuss the Hadrosaurs of the Jurassic Park Franchise. Sit back, relax and ENJOY this episode of The Jurassic Park Podcast!Don't forget to give our voicemail line a call at 732-825-7763!Email us: jurassicparkpod@gmail.comBook Club Email: jurassicparkbookclub@gmail.comThanks for listening, stay safe and enjoy!
Parasaurolophus skull at the Natural History Museum in London. Image credit: James Ronan, 2018.

I’m planning on collaborating with Conor with more episodes for The Jurassic Park Podcast in the future once my MSc course is out the way. You can follow Conor on Twitter at @conorontology.

I’m looking forward to supporting Jurassic Finds with more blog content later in the year. If you haven’t already do give the blog a follow and check out my past articles!

Edmontosaurus skeleton at the National Museum of Cardiff. Image credit: James Ronan, 2021.

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