Dimetrodon is Not A Dinosaur

Submit your own photos of misinformed Dimetrodon toys and games to http://isnotadinosaur.tumblr.com ! Learn more about the Field Museum’s fossil…

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How do you eat a Triceratops? Walking With Dinosaurs: Sketchasaurus (Ep 9) | Earth Unplugged

How do you eat a triceratops? Seriously! There’s a bonanza of meat available to feast on but there’s a lot…

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Experience the Disaster that Wiped Out Dinosaurs

When the dinosaur-killing asteroid struck Earth, most of the impact energy was directed outwards and upwards into space. Only 1%…

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How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms

Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/eons Tyrannosaurus rex was big, Tyrannosaurus rex was vicious, and Tyrannosaurus rex had tiny arms. The…

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FUNNY COMEDY ANIMATION – THE BRUVS – TALKING WITH DINOSAURS

THEBRUVS SHOW IF THEY KNOW THEIR JURASSIC PARKS FROM THEIR ELBOWS in a film that combines natural history documentary with…

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Predator X | Most powerful marine reptile ever | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

In 2006, a fossil was dug out of a frozen island high in the Arctic. It was a colossal marine…

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Spinosaurus vs Carcharodontosaurus | The balance of power | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

Check out BBC Earth on BBC online – http://www.bbc.com/earth/world Spinosaurus comes across Carcharodontosaurus feeding on a carcass. A dangerous fight…

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5 Animals That Aren’t Dinosaurs

If you get most of your information about ancient animals from vintage cartoons or action figures, then a lot of…

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Reptiles of the Skies | Walking with Dinosaurs in HQ | BBC

The Cretaceous period saw the breaking up of the northern and southern landmasses. Flying dinosaurs like Tapejara would master the…

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Mapusaurus gang Vs. Argentinosaurus | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

Fossil evidence suggests that Mapusaurus hunted in gangs when attacking larger prey like the gigantic Argentinosaurus. Narrated by John Hurt…

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Giraffatitan dinosaur: Back to life in 360 VR | #GoogleArts

Teleport to the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin to encounter the Jurassic giant Giraffatitan, as it comes back to life…

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Oviraptorid fights to protect nest | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

A female Oviraptorid guards her nest from attackers large and small, but can do nothing about the threat of nature…

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Dinosaur Massacre | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

A herd of migrating Centrosaurs walk into a massacre at the hands of Daspletosaurus and the weather. Narrated by John…

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Sinornithosaurus: A poisonous bite | deadly day or night | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

With it’s feathered plumage acting as camouflage Sinornithosaurus moves unseen through the tree tops. Recent studies suggest Sinornithosaurus was capable…

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Predator X hunts in deep water | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

Predator X is back, hunting in deep water where it’s able to use it’s full power, derived from it’s massive…

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Paleontology Surprise Egg Triceratops Dinosaurs skeleton toys Become an archaeologist and paleontol

Dinosaurs (Dinosauria), a group of reptiles. Were of various sizes (up to 30 meters of chicken nagyságútól), land animals, which…

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Biggest Dinosaur Ever! Argentinosaurus | Planet Dinosaur | BBC

John Hurt narrates the facts behind the discovery of huge nesting site in modern day Patagonia. Fossilised remains show Argentinosaurus…

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The First Brachiosaurus

Joyce Havstad, PhD holds the title Philosopher-in-Residence at The Field Museum.* We had the joy of interviewing her about some…

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