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How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms
Tyrannosaurus rex had tiny arms. How did this happen, and why did it keep them?
S1 Ep47 | 6m 54s
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The Weird, Watery Tale of Spinosaurus
In 1912, a fossil collector discovered the world’s only known semi-aquatic dinosaur.
S1 Ep41 | 7m 28s
The Facts About Dinosaurs & Feathers
Dinosaurs have been found with some sort of fluff or even full-on plumage.
S1 Ep21 | 10m 1s
Living Fossils' Aren't Really a Thing
Even the most ancient-looking organisms show us that evolution is always at work.
S1 Ep16 | 5m 5s
How Did Dinosaurs Get So Huge?
Creatures as tall as a five-story buildings shook the Earth.
S1 Ep14 | 5m 42s
Inside the Dinosaur Library
We talk to Amy Atwater, Collections Manager at the Museum of the Rockies.
S1 Ep36 | 7m 19s
An Illustrated History of Dinosaurs
Our image of dinosaurs has been constantly changing since naturalists started studying the
S1 Ep18 | 12m 20s
What Colors Were Dinosaurs?
We know a lot about dinosaurs but there’s one question that has plagued paleontologists..
S1 Ep5 | 5m 2s
Stegosaurs: Tiny Brains & Thagomizers
If you take it as a given that extinct dinosaurs were all weird and wonderful, then you go
S1 Ep4 | 4m 49s
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