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We're meeting Kylie Ferguson, who found the fossilized skull of a nimravid in Badlands National Park as a third grader. The nimravid is distantly related to the saber-toothed cat – but no less ferocious. Kylie revisits the skull she found years ago and learns that it contains all the makings of a 32-million-year-old murder mystery.

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PREHISTORIC ROAD TRIP premier dates*
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Episode 1: "Welcome to Fossil Country" (Wednesday, June 17) Eager to get going, Emily embarks on a journey through billions of years of Earth history. Along the way, she meets some of the planet’s earliest life forms–from primitive bacteria to giant reptiles, and many surprising creatures in between. Watch now here: https://www.pbs.org/video/welcome-to-fossil-country-mpoq6h/

Episode 2: "We Dig Dinosaurs" (Wednesday, June 24) Emily cruises into the Cretaceous, where astonishing creatures like T. rex dominated the planet. But what happened to these tremendous animals? And how did other lifeforms survive an apocalyptic asteroid that crashed into Earth 66 million years ago?
Watch now here: https://www.pbs.org/video/we-dig-dinosaurs-i7ljvq/

Episode 3: "Tiny Teeth; Fearsome Beasts" (Wednesday, July 1) As she drives closer to the present day, Emily discovers surprising truths written in the fossil record. Meantime, scientists studying our planet’s past are revealing clues about its future.
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