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D4K: Dinosaurs

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Jack Horner started looking for dinosaur bones when he was 8-years-old. He has gone onto become one of the world’s most famous paleontologists. Horner answers students’ questions about dinosaurs. Horner shares his thoughts about how our view of the dinosaur T-Rex has changed over the years and what is the most common dinosaur found in the world.

Aired: 02/17/03 | Rating: TV-G

The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation

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