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Before the Dinosaurs: Walking With Monsters

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The story of evolution beginning with the explosive creation of Earth.

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Three hundred million years ago the forests were ruled by insects, including giant dragonflies that battled two-foot-wide spiders.
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The struggle for survival moves onto land in the shape of early reptiles such as Petrolacosaurus.
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The evolution of predators that lived 550 million years ago, and how the first amphibians migrated from sea to land.

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