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Dinosaur Apocalypse: The New Evidence

Season 49 Episode 6 | 53m 33s

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In North Dakota, scientists use new fossils to reconstruct what life might have been like just before an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs. The site reveals remarkable evidence, including the unhatched egg of a pterosaur, a huge flying reptile.

Aired: 05/11/22 | Expires: 06/08/22 | Rating: TV-PG

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