Mystery of the Myth-Fleshed Fossil

Are the fossilized monsters of paleontology and the fantastic monsters of myth one and the same? Join Robert and Joe as they discuss the realm of of geomythology, entailing the possible ancient real-world origins of dragons, griffins, giants the cyclops and other wonders.

Mystery of the Myth-Fleshed Fossil

Image Caption: Illustration of Part of the jaw of Baryonyx as it might have looked in life. It had 64 teeth in its lower jaw, twice the number of most meat-eating dinosaurs. (Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG/Getty Images)

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External Links:

The Ketos Troias Artwork, via the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

Topics in this Podcast: mythology, fossils, monsters