Paleo Sleuths

This award-winning production takes viewers back in time to the changing landscapes and amazing animal life of America's Great Plains during the Ice Age 34 million years ago. The film brings this extraordinary period to life through profiles of paleontologists, footage of modern-day excavations, and stunning 3-D visualizations of long-extinct creatures that once roamed the American heartland.
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Overview

This award-winning production takes viewers back in time to the changing landscapes and amazing animal life of America's Great Plains during the Ice Age 34 million years ago. The film brings this extraordinary period to life through profiles of paleontologists, footage of modern-day excavations, and stunning 3-D visualizations of long-extinct creatures that once roamed the American heartland.

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Paleo Sleuths

01: Paleo Sleuths

This award-winning production takes viewers back in time to the changing landscapes and amazing animal life of America's Great Plains during the Ice Age 34 million years ago. The film brings this extraordinary period to life through profiles of paleontologists, footage of modern-day excavations, and stunning 3-D visualizations of long-extinct creatures that once roamed the American heartland.

56 min