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17 September 2014
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My Pet Dinosaur
What if dinosaurs were still alive today? Would we hunt them, farm them - or even keep them as pets?
A step-by-step guide on how to dissect a dinosaur. You'll need a roast turkey and a sharp knife
Your questions answered
Our experts answer your dinosaurs questions
Watch a short version of the programme
What if the asteroid had missed?
Are we Alone in the Universe?
The search for alien life is 50 years old, but a planet has been discovered that could support life.
Prof. Regan's supermarket secrets
Prof. Regan tests the scientific claims of supermarket products
How to live to 101
A few isolated communities seem to hold the secrets to long life.
How to make better decisions
Lifting the lid on the business of human choices in an exclusive guide to making better decisions.
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BBC Science & Nature: Prehistoric Life
From dinosaurs to cavemen - articles, games and quizzes about prehistoric life
Natural History Museum: Dino Directory
A guide to 315 of the most well-described dinosaurs
Profiles of the most common dinosaurs
Tree of Life
Information about the evolutionary history of organisms, collated by biologists from around the world
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