Brachiosaurus throws a party to celebrate his 70th birthday.
Motorbike rider Grace shows off three amazing emergency machines.
When two T-rex's get stuck in the mud, they need some help from a very big friend.
For lots of artists, hands are tricky to draw. Luckily, Penny has some handy tips that will help.
It's a big day for a parasaurolophus family as they try out their loud trumpets.
Get ready to go on a Dinosaur Adventure with Andy and Hatt. Andy travels back in time 65 million years to the time of Triceratops; a plant-eating dinosaur which roamed the plains of North America.
Grace shows off three amazing machines that can help other machines.
Compsognathus wants to play hide-and-seek, but will he find a good dinosaur to play with?
Huge dinosaurs need to eat their greens, but a baby brachiosaurus has been too greedy!
The Great Eraser has a pimple and is refusing to show his face. Will he arrive in time to help with today's drawing?
We learn more about the life of Eddie Mabo, find out about Indigenous activist Charlie Perkins, and meet some school kids who tell us about Indigenous women who have inspired them.
Baby brachiosaurus gets split up from the herd, but gets some help finding them again.
Carnotaurus is hungry, but what are his sharp teeth for, and what's for lunch?
Motorbike rider Grace shows off three amazing machines that all have tracks. Grace drives a super cool shredder, shows off the massive NASA crawler and gets to drive a trencher.
What do you need to be a super swimmer? Baby spinosaurus goes on a quest to find out!
Team Drawing Show teach you how to draw a cool rocket, with flames and everything!
Ankylosaurus is tired, and now he's got a bush stuck on his heavy, armoured tail.
You are a curious fish! A fish that does nothing like the others. We recognise you right away, thanks to your raised little head, with a shape reminiscent of a horse, hence your pretty nickname 'sea horse'.
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