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Looks at the research processes that formed the backbone of the series and explores how archaeologists and scientists have pieced together the life of these creatures from their discoveries. It explains how the bones of dinosaurs, and the ground they are found in, can lead to conclusions about feeding habits, movement, mating, habitat and the climate of time.
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