Recent discoveries of dinosaur eggs, nests, and even embryos, are providing new evidence to unlock the mysteries of dinosaur reproductive behavior.
LENGTH: 57 Minutes
CATALOG #: 20250
UPC #: 6-4603202509-5
ISBN #: 1-56839-148-X
RELEASE YEAR: 2004
PRODUCER: Centre Communications, Inc.
This educational program explores the mysteries of dinosaur reproduction with animation and interviews with renowned dinosaur experts including Robert Bakker, Philip Currie, Mark Norell, and others.
Were dinosaurs social animals?
Did they care for their young?
What was life like for baby dinosaurs?
These are some of the intriguing questions addressed in this informative program.
“Among other cool things viewers will see here is actual dinosaur skin (yes, it’s scaly) found within broken eggs. Combining insightful interviews and illustrative animation, this fascinating title on the perennially popular subject of dinosaurs is highly recommended. Three and a half Stars.” – Video Librarian
“The video quality is excellent, with stunning computer generated visual images of dinosaurs highlighting the program, and backed by a good music soundtrack. This educational program is suitable for classroom use as well as family viewing for anyone interested in dinosaurs. This should be particularly appealing for younger children who are fascinated by dinosaurs (isn’t that all children?). Extremely Highly Recommended.” – Educational Media Reviews Online
“In this educational program that seeks to uncover the mystery of dinosaur reproductive behavior, animation and interviews with experts Robert Bakker, Phillip Currie, Mark Nordell and others scrutinize the latest scientific discovery and ponder just how dinosaur parents birthed and cared for their offspring.” -From All Movie Guide