HHere is the interview with David P. Temple, Associate Curator of Paleontology for the Houston Museum of Natural Science.


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Q1. What High School/College classes will help aid in Paleontology?

A. Writing, computer classes, photography, field science, and definitely geography

Q2. Who was your mentor(s)?

A. Dr. Bakker, Chris Cunningham, and Epehraim Dixon


Q3. What was your most exciting discovery?

A. Discovering a triceratops face with Kim Beck from the science department  for Baylor County, it started out as a horn and kept getting bigger and bigger.

Q4. If you were a prehistoric animal which one would you be and why?

A. I would be either be a species of Dinothere (elephant) or a didephadon

Q5. What is your favorite breakfast food?

A. Waffles or Garlic Cheese Grits

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HMNS at Sugarland


Paleo Hall at HMNS

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