Catching Up With Paleontologist David Hone

Over at Dinosaur Tracking I have an interview with paleontologist extraordinaire David Hone. Among other things he talks about working in the field, science blogging, and why large predatory dinosaurs might have preferred tasty young herbivores at mealtime. This interview has been a long time coming, and I appreciate David’s enthusiasm and patience during the process. Go check it out!

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