This program details the discovery of the fossil of a 40-foot crocodile who lived 110 million years ago. Full description
Supercroc and the origin of crocodiles
Digging up dinosaurs
Outside and inside dinosaurs
Pterosaurs : rulers of the skies in the dinosaur age
Macmillan children's guide to dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals
Inside dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures
What dinosaurs ate
In the sky
Learning about the dinosaurs
The search for Seismosaurus : the world's longest dinosaur
Ornithomimids, the fastest dinosaur
Digging for bird-dinosaurs : an expedition to Madagascar
Ancient animals. Plesiosaur
Encyclopedia of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures
The lost dinosaurs of Egypt
Did dinosaurs live in your backyard?
Two tough crocs
Croc & Turtle: snow fun!
Croc gets a shock
The Crocodile Hunter. Collision course
Bugs before time :prehistoric insects and their relatives
The day of the dinosaur
Questions and answers about dinosaurs
How big were the dinosaurs
National Geographic Channel (Television station : Washington, D.C.), National Geographic Society (U.S.), Warner Home Video (Firm)
Boyce, Simon (Producer, writer.), Neill, Sam (Narrator), Ashton, West., Henry, Christine Jameson., Williams, Lenny.
Educational television programs.
Documentary television programs.
Science television programs.
Television programs for the hearing impaired.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
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