The Cambodian Stegosaurus

A carved relief of what is alleged (by some) to be a Stegosaurus dinosaur at the Khmer temple of Ta Prohm, part of the Angkor Wat temple complex, on March 26, 2012 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images

Do Cambodian temple ruins speak to a time when humans and dinosaurs coexisted? Absolutely not, but it’s a great excuse for Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick to talk about the armored stegosaurus, Ta Prohm temple, young Earth creationism and avian evolution.

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Topics in this Podcast: dinosaurs, history, religion