Dinosaurs once lived in California, but what does the fossil record tell us about these past inhabitants? What was the environment like at that time and with whom did they interact? The answers to many of these questions remain in flux, but we have learned a great deal during the last 100 years. Ricajrd Hilton of Sierra College takes you on a journey back in time to when California was smaller, but alive with creatures and plants — some familiar, and many not. [9/2005] [Show ID: 9523]
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