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Join Emily Graslie for a summer road trip through America's dinosaur country on a search for mysterious creatures and bizarre ecosystems that have shaped Earth.

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"Prehistoric Road Trip" host Emily Graslie faces another woman wearing a backpack and holding a trekking pole. | "Prehistoric Road Trip: Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts"
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55:49
Prehistoric Road Trip

Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts

As she drives closer to the present day, Emily discovers surprising truths written in the fossil record. Meantime, scientists studying our planet's past are revealing clues about its future.
Emily Graslie poses for a photo on some rocks. | "Prehistoric Road Trip: We Dig Dinosaurs"
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55:46
Prehistoric Road Trip

We Dig Dinosaurs

Cruise with Emily into the Cretaceous, when astonishing creatures like T. rex dominated the planet. But what happened to these tremendous animals? And how did other life forms survive an apocalyptic asteroid crash into Earth 66 million years ago?
Prehistoric Road Trip host Emily Graslie and Eileen Grogan in Bear Gulch Limestone Fossil Site, Montana. | "Prehistoric Road Trip: Welcome to Fossil Country"
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53:56
Prehistoric Road Trip

Welcome to Fossil Country

Travel with Emily through billions of years of Earth's history to meet some of its earliest life forms, from primitive bacteria to giant reptiles and many surprising creatures in between.
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