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In this series that combines live action with CGI animation, preschoolers are invited to join paleontologist-in-training Dan Henderson and his friends on a journey to an adventure-filled modern-day world where dinosaurs roam freely. There, they uncover clues about the past and teach kids scientific information from new species to dinosaur vocabulary.

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Dan defends his mother's garden with a dino-trap; Dan tells a dinosaur tale featuring the Spinosaurus.
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Jim the reptile expert helps Dan figure out which dinosaurs were warm-blooded; Dan wants to see the Euoplocephalus use its tail to defend itself.
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Dan figures out which dinosaur left a prehistoric coprolite;Dan learn that dinosaur gas might have helped cause the extinction of the dinosaurs.
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Dan tries to discover what put a large dent in the school bus; Dan learns that the T-Rex is a hunter and a scavenger.
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Dan teaches a baby Triceratops how to protect itself from a Spinosaurus; a Dromaeosaurs steals Cory's snack.
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A Pterodactylus is trapped in Dan's house; Dan puts a camera into a Triceratops' nest.
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A visit to the dentist helps Dan learn that the shape of a dinosaur's teeth reveals if it eats meat or plants; Dan tests how dinosaurs attack using a Triceratops decoy made of snow.
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Dan thinks there's a compsognathus under his bed; Dan makes a kite in art class.
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Dan needs Angie's help in art class; Dan discovers a way to communicate with two Corythosauruses.
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Dan is convinced that the mystery egg in class is a dinosaur egg; Dan creates a papier-mache skull in art class.
aired 92 days ago
Dan takes the poem "The Night Before Christmas" and gives it a dinosaur spin; Dan wants to see the Euoplocephalus use its powerful tail and Trek wants to see it snow.
aired 96 days ago
Dan wonders if Stegosaurus can change colors; a new take on "The Night Before Christmas."
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Dan figures out how to prove if dinosaurs were warm-blooded; Jim the Reptile Expert returns to Ms. Carver's class with a chameleon.

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