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Season 14 (11-20-2012)

Full Show: Paleontologist David Varricchio, from Montana State University, answers students' questions, takes host Joan Cartan-Hansen on a tour of one his dinosaur digs, and discusses his team's recent finds.

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Video Short: Paleontologist David Varricchio takes us on a tour of a dinosaur dig, one of many around the world that have taught scientists surprising things about how dinosaurs lived and why they died out.

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Web Extra: Paleontologist David Varricchio stays on to answer more questions about dinosaurs.

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Season 10 (9-16-2008)

Full Show: Dinosaurs once dominated the earth, and they've since dominated the interest and curiosity of D4K's viewers. On this first show of D4K's 10th season, host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientist, paleontologist David Varricchio from Montana State University, explore recent discoveries about these ancient creatures.

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Video Short: Dinosaurs once ruled the earth. Why did they go extinct? Scientists have learned surprising things about how dinosaurs lived and why they died out.

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Web Extra: Paleontologist David Varricchio stays after to answer more questions about dinosaurs.

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Season 4 (2-18-2003)

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Video Short: Sue is one of the world's most famous T-Rexes. See how scientists and volunteers put together these T-Rex bones for an exhibit at the Museum of Idaho.

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Season 3 (11-13-2001)

Full Show: Dinosaurs may have lived from about 230 million to about 65 million years ago but they still make a big impact today. Scientists are learning more and more about these "Fearfully Great Lizards" every day. Did they fly? What did they eat? How did they live and how did they die? Jack Horner, Curator of Paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, and John Jurcevic, Assistant Proffesor of Physics at Albertson College, answer your dino questions.

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Video Short: Jack Horner, one of the world's leading dinosaur paleontologists, gives us a tour of his laboratory at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana.

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Season 2 (11-14-2000)

Full Show: Dinosaurs may have lived from about 230 million to about 65 million years ago but they still make a big impact today. Scientists are learning more and more about these "Fearfully Great Lizards" every day. Did they fly? What did they eat? How did they live and how did they die? Find out from Jack Horner, Curator of Paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana.

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Season 1 (4-24-2000)

Full Show: Dinosaurs may have lived from about 230 million to about 65 million years ago but they still make a big impact today. Scientists are learning more and more about these "Fearfully Great Lizards" every day. Did they fly? What did they eat? How did they live and how did they die? Ask paleontologist Bill Akersten from Idaho State University and Mr. Jack Horner from the Museum of the Rockies.

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