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  1. [Dr. Alice Roberts] How do you start to get close to animals that lived hundreds of millions of years ago?
  2. Dinosaurs
  3. [Dallas Campbell] Dinosaurs weren't just giant lizards
  4. But a truly unique kind of reptile
  5. [Narrator 1] Dinosaurs roamed for more than 150 million years
  6. Dinosaurs roamed in amazing shapes and sizes
  7. Very few left evidence of their existence
  8. And those bones never cease to fascinate us
  9. [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding
  10. Utterly awe-inspiring
  11. The world of the dinosaurs
  12. [Campbell] There are always new discoveries out there
  13. Waiting to be found
  14. [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding
  15. Utterly awe-inspiring
  16. The world of the dinosaurs
  17. [Narrator 2] Tyrannosaurus, the largest flesh eater the world has ever seen
  18. Dinosaurs - all the dinosaurs- Followed a well trod trail to oblivion
  19. Rock layers span the age of dinosaurs
  20. The deeper the layer, the older the rock
  21. At the top - rock from the Cretaceous
  22. Below that, the Jurassic
  23. And near the bottom, red Triassic badlands
  24. When dinosaurs first appeared
  25. [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding
  26. Utterly awe-inspiring
  27. The world of the dinosaurs
  28. [Nye] 65 million years ago
  29. [Nigel Marvin] A meteorite smashed into the Earth
  30. [Nye] Hurtling toward our planet
  31. At a hundred thousand kilometers a second [an hour]
  32. [Roberts] If we'd never found their bones, we wouldn't ever have known
  33. These ancient animals ever existed
  34. we wouldn't ever have known
  35. These ancient animals ever existed
  36. The more we find, the more complete our understanding
  37. Utterly awe-inspiring
  38. The world of the dinosaurs
  39. [Campbell] There are always new discoveries out there
  40. Waiting to be found
  41. [Roberts] The more we find, the more complete our understanding
  42. Utterly awe-inspiring
  43. The world of the dinosaurs
  44. [Campbell] There are always new discoveries out there
  45. Utterly awe-inspiring - The world of the dinosaurs