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Totally Wild Presents: Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs
Ten  |  July 27, 2010
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INTRODUCTION TO DINOSAURS
So who do you speak to if you want to learn about dinosaurs? A Palaeontologist of course! So we sent Pip to chat to Queensland Museum Palaeontologist Scott Hocknull to find out the A-Z of Australian dinosaurs.

STRANGE BUT TRUE
Did you know that Crocodiles lived at the same time as dinosaurs? Strange but True!

DINOSAUR FACT: ELLIOTT
So how BIG were dinosaurs? Sean sizes up to one of the most significant dinosaur finds in Australia - Elliot - a gigantic Sauropod that was thought to have roamed the western parts of Queensland.

DINOSAUR DIG
I bet you didn't know that when Nat was little she wanted to grow up to be a Palaeontologist. Instead she ended up on TW, lucky for her we've sent her on an actual dinosaur dig to see want she can uncover.

FOSSIL RESTORATION
Stacey drops in on Joanne Wilkinson from the Queensland Museum who is in the process of restoring a new dinosaur bone discovered recently.

DINOSAUR DISEASE
Could a microscopic-sized virus be responsible for killing some of the world's most famous Tyrannosaurus-Rex specimens? Adam talks to a palaeontologist to find out!

INTRODUCTION TO DINOSAURS
So who do you speak to if you want to learn about dinosaurs? A Palaeontologist of course! So we sent Pip to chat to Queensland Museum Palaeontologist Scott Hocknull to find out the A-Z of Australian dinosaurs.

STRANGE BUT TRUE
Did you know that Crocodiles lived at the same time as dinosaurs? Strange but True!

DINOSAUR FACT: ELLIOTT
So how BIG were dinosaurs? Sean sizes up to one of the most significant dinosaur finds in Australia - Elliot - a gigantic Sauropod that was thought to have roamed the western parts of Queensland.

DINOSAUR DIG
I bet you didn't know that when Nat was little she wanted to grow up to be a Palaeontologist. Instead she ended up on TW, lucky for her we've sent her on an actual dinosaur dig to see want she can uncover.

FOSSIL RESTORATION
Stacey drops in on Joanne Wilkinson from the Queensland Museum who is in the process of restoring a new dinosaur bone discovered recently.

DINOSAUR DISEASE
Could a microscopic-sized virus be responsible for killing some of the world's most famous Tyrannosaurus-Rex specimens? Adam talks to a palaeontologist to find out!

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