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  • [Professor Alice Roberts] How do you start to get close to animals that lived hundreds of millions of years ago?

  • Dinosaurs (Di-no-saurs - D-di-no-saurs - D-d-di-no-saurs)

  • [Dallas Campbell] Dinosaurs weren't just giant lizards (giant lizards)

  • But a truly unique kind of reptile

  • [Bill Mondy] Dinosaurs roamed for more than 150 million years Dinosaurs roamed in amazing shapes and sizes

  • Very few left evidence of their existence

  • And those bones never cease to fascinate us

  • [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding

  • Utterly awe-inspiring

  • The world of the dinosaurs

  • [Campbell] There are always new discoveries out there

  • Waiting to be found (Waiting to be found)

  • [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding

  • Utterly awe-inspiring

  • The world of the dinosaurs

  • (The world of the dinosaurs)

  • [Jack Fortune] Tyrannosaurus, our largest flesh eater the world has ever seen

  • Dinosaurs - all the dinosaurs - Followed a well trod trail to oblivion

  • Rock layers span the age of dinosaurs

  • The deeper the layer, the older the rock

  • At the top - rock from the Cretaceous

  • Below that, the Jurassic

  • And near the bottom, red Triassic badlands

  • When dinosaurs first appeared

  • (When dinosaurs first appeared)

  • [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding

  • Utterly awe-inspiring

  • The world of the dinosaurs

  • [Nye] 65 million years ago

  • [Nigel Marven] The meteorite smashed into the Earth

  • [Nye] Hurtling toward our planet

  • At 100,000 kilometers an [hour]

  • [Roberts] If we'd never found their bones, we wouldn't ever have known (ever have known)

  • These ancient animals ever existed

  • (never found their bones, we wouldn't ever have known) (ever have known)

  • These ancient animals ever existed

  • The more we find, the more complete our understanding

  • Utterly awe-inspiring

  • The world of the dinosaurs

  • [Campbell] There are always new discoveries out there

  • Waiting to be found (Waiting to be found)

  • [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding

  • Utterly awe-inspiring

  • The world of the dinosaurs

  • [Campbell] There are always new discoveries out there

  • Utterly awe-inspiring

  • The world of the dinosaurs

  • (Subtitle Rework & Edits by Sam Timmins)

[Professor Alice Roberts] How do you start to get close to animals that lived hundreds of millions of years ago?

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The World of the Dinosaurs - Symphony of Science

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