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Mammals Max's Random Ramblings

The Crossroads of History: America’s Great Biotic Interchange

Millions of years ago, Central America became an almost unparalleled highway for organism migration.

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Dino Docs! Prehistoric Planet

A Complete Guide to The Species of Prehistoric Planet: Episode Two, Deserts

The creatures of Prehistoric Planet get bigger and bolder as they take to the scorching Mesozoic sun. Part two of five!

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Dino Docs! Prehistoric Planet

A Complete Guide to The Species of Prehistoric Planet: Episode One, Coasts 

With Prehistoric Planet featuring plenty of obscure species, a complete guide may be in order. Part one of five!

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Dino Docs! Prehistoric Planet

Prehistoric Planet Episode Four: Ice Worlds

Presenting a chilling view on life at the poles, Prehistoric Planet highlights the immense adaptability of dinosaurs.

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Dino Docs! Prehistoric Planet

Prehistoric Planet Episode Three: Freshwater

Splashing around the freshwater systems of prehistoric earth was no peaceful endeavor, as Prehistoric Planet’s third episode explores…

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Dino Docs! Dinosaurs Prehistoric Planet

Prehistoric Planet Episode Two: Deserts

Moving away from coastlines and into the barren Mesozoic sun, Prehistoric Planet continues to blaze through all expectations

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Dino Docs! Prehistoric Planet

Prehistoric Planet Episode One: Coasts

The dinosaur event of the 21st century is upon us! A review of episode one!

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Aquatic Life Dinosaurs The Mesozoic Mailbag Weird Dinosaurs

The Spinosaurus Chronicles Part 5: The Tale of the Bones…

Now featuring two close relatives…Suchomimus and Baryonyx!

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Dino Docs! Dinosaurs Prehistoric Planet

Prehistoric Planet: A Thrilled Paleo-Nerd Shares his Thoughts

Awesome animations? Accurate science? David Attenborough??? Mark your calendars, folks!

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Dinosaurs The Mesozoic Mailbag

The Tyrannosaurus Trifecta: Questions Regarding T-rex’s Species Split

A controversial new study has proposed that Tyrannosaurus comprised three different species. As always, paleontologists weren’t too excited.