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Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Natural and Physical Science Series - Level 2

This series of programs focuses on advanced levels of Natural Science and Physical Science areas of study, including Archaeology, Biology, Geology and Physics. Programs available on 12 or 13 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in an 12-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 Click for more

Dinosaur Hunters

Dinosaur Hunters

"Highly Recommended! This program charts a major archaeological discovery, as a group of British and Arab "dinosaur hunters" broaden our understanding of the great animals. The audio and video qualities of this documentary are excellent, and appropriate graphics enhance the information and provide suitable context for the program. It is suitable for Jr. and Sr. High school instruction, college and junior college science, paleontology, natural and physical science courses, and anyone who loves learning about dinosaurs." -EMRO Review
This program charts a major archaeological discovery, as a group of British and Arab "dinosaur hunters" broaden our understanding of the great animals. Professor Dick Moody of England's Natural History Museum heads a team of scientists, who include other members of the museum, the Geological Society and the Arab City of Science; together they search the Tunisian Sahara to discover some of the most exciting archaeological finds of modern times. Moody feels the Tataouine Mountains could produce a complete dinosaur skeleton. On their first expedition they not only find fossil trees and ferns, but also the vertebra of a Spinosaurus vertebra, a dinosaur believed to have been forty feet long. On their second expedition they find a tooth of a Spinosaurus, along with fossils of a lungfish and a shark, sparking the debate whether this area once was a channel of rivers or a marine environment. Produced by OR Media Productions. 06/09DE JSCA 50 min.
Also See: Dinosaur Days: In the Beginning; Dinosaur Hunters; Dinosaurs: Time Trackers - In Search of Extinct Animals

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