Dinosaurs - Rise, Fall, and Legacy
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From a young age, many kids become infatuated with dinosaurs. Perhaps it is the magnitude of their size. Maybe it is the fact that they existed so long ago that they can seem almost like mythical creatures. Dinosaurs existed over 100 million years ago, yet humans have only been around for about 200,000 years. That is simply just staggering to contemplate. So what do you really know about dinosaurs? What were dinosaurs actually like? How did they come to rise, and how did they eventually become extinct? And perhaps most importantly, what can we learn from the era of dinosaurs that can impact our lives on earth today? Kallie Moore, host of the popular PBS series Eons, joins the podcast.
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