Wednesday, October 8, 2008
In case you missed it....
"There's some sites I've worked, in the lower 48, where a chimpanzee with a Popsicle stick can work the localities." ~ Tony Fiorillo [link]
Now there is an idea......
Anyway, now you can now watch the NOVA episode "Arctic Dinosaurs" online! Click here to watch the show. I enjoyed it, although it ended abruptly.
Did anyone else watch this? What did you think?
Also check out the producers story
Posted by ReBecca Hunt-Foster at 7:35 PM
Labels: Arctic Dinosaurs, NOVA
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I thought it was good. As usual, size estimates sounded inflated (why is that always the case). But it was very interesting to see them excavating in a tunnel. Though I wish they'd show specific fossils of the animals they were talking about (like pachycephalosaurus. what did they find of that?) Other than that, Nova proved to me once again that they are one of the best science programs on tv.
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