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Dinosaur tales are told using fossil evidence and computer graphics.

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A new generation of carnivores was about to take killing to the next level; At the end of the Cretaceous period, these new hunter killers had spread throughout the globe.
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The biggest dinosaurs that ever lived.
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A look at bizarre dinosaurs such as the curious buck-toothed Exipdexipteryx, the amazing four-winged Microraptor and the pot-bellied Nothronychus.

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