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There are several good fossil youtube channels that I have found out about that I would like to share. They are a great way to pass time and learn more about fossils, and are also a good way to introduce friends and family too paleontology. I had to link to individual videos from their channels, because my computer would not let me copy the URL of the channel itself. Please add to this list with other good youtube channels that you know. PaleoChris I don't think this channel needs much explanation, as it is made by the person who created this amazing forum. He collects minerals, does fossil hunting and searches for antiques in Florida and some other states. WILDKYLE This channel is very similar to PaleoChris. They hunt on many of the same areas, and often make videos together. Yorkshire Fossils The host of this channel mainly collects on Englands Jurassic Coast, as well as doing some nice prep work on his finds. He has found many ammonites, some lobsters, ichthyosaur bones, a crocodile jaw, plesiosaur bones and more. Benjamin Burger This channel is run by Benjamin Burger, the Associate Professor of Geology at Utah State University. He posts many lectures that are fascinating to watch, and discusses the topics thoroughly in an easy to understand manner. He also does a series called The Rocks of Utah, in which he explores geologic formations in Utah, the history of collecting at them, fossils found at the location, and how the rock layers formed. PBS Eons This channel is like a simplified version of Benjamin Burger, but is still very interesting, and talks about a variety of evolutionary concepts.
ROAR! Hi, I am The Prehistoric Master. I decided to start a new channel, to all us lovers of paleontology. So on the channel, you can expect to see something I call "Prehistoric News", where i'll inform you about the newest prehistoric discoveries. I will also upload videos, if I visit museums and places like that, get new posters, books, etc. I do not only love prehistoric life, I also colllect it. I have a big collection of fossils, that i'll show in a video, (when it's ready) and update with new videos, if I get more. Another idea i have is to make videos about PaleoArt. Who know's what the future will bring. So subscribe now to become a Dino, and join me on a fantastic journey back in time! ROAR! Here's a link to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqecyU9r7HA26B6y3UV03EQ I have already made 2 videos. Enjoy!