The World of the Dinosaurs – Symphony of Science
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The World of the Dinosaurs – Symphony of Science


[Professor Alice Roberts]
How do you start to get close to animals that lived hundreds of millions of years ago? Dinosaurs
(Di-no-saurs – D-di-no-saurs – D-d-di-no-saurs) [Dallas Campbell]
Dinosaurs weren’t just giant lizards
(giant lizards) But a truly unique kind of reptile [Bill Mondy]
Dinosaurs roamed for more than 150 million years
Dinosaurs roamed in amazing shapes and sizes Very few left evidence of their existence And those bones never cease to fascinate us [Roberts]
The more we find, the more complete our understanding Utterly awe-inspiring The world of the dinosaurs [Campbell]
There are always new discoveries out there Waiting to be found
(Waiting to be found) [Roberts]
The more we find, the more complete our understanding Utterly awe-inspiring The world of the dinosaurs (The world of the dinosaurs) [Jack Fortune]
Tyrannosaurus, our largest flesh eater the world has ever seen Dinosaurs – all the dinosaurs –
Followed a well trod trail to oblivion Rock layers span the age of dinosaurs The deeper the layer, the older the rock At the top – rock from the Cretaceous Below that, the Jurassic And near the bottom, red Triassic badlands When dinosaurs first appeared (When dinosaurs first appeared) [Roberts]
The more we find, the more complete our understanding Utterly awe-inspiring The world of the dinosaurs [Nye]
65 million years ago [Nigel Marven]
The meteorite smashed into the Earth [Nye]
Hurtling toward our planet At 100,000 kilometers an [hour] [Roberts]
If we’d never found their bones, we wouldn’t ever have known
(ever have known) These ancient animals ever existed (never found their bones, we wouldn’t ever have known)
(ever have known) These ancient animals ever existed The more we find, the more complete our understanding Utterly awe-inspiring The world of the dinosaurs [Campbell]
There are always new discoveries out there Waiting to be found
(Waiting to be found) [Roberts]
The more we find, the more complete our understanding Utterly awe-inspiring The world of the dinosaurs [Campbell]
There are always new discoveries out there Utterly awe-inspiring The world of the dinosaurs (Subtitle Rework & Edits by Sam Timmins)

100 thoughts on “The World of the Dinosaurs – Symphony of Science

  1. I like dinausars to I used to be an animal expert for four years until I ritired from animals and dinausors

  2. I love dinosaurs since I was 4 years old and now I am 11 years old I want to become a paleontologist when I grow up.

  3. When I was younger I searched for dinosaur songs and this appeared I got addicted to this but after a few days I couldn't find it anymore today I just reminded myself that I have to search for that old song I used to listen to so I did and searched 65 million years ago and I finally found it now I am very happy to hear the song I used to listen to.

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  5. Nรฃo รฉ do meu tempo….
    ! Mas me amarro nessa era, adoro esses animais , prรฉ histรณrico. ?

  6. when i was about 5 years old i use study dinosaurs like the T.rex the T.rex is the king of dinosaurs.

  7. I'm getting major nostalgia. I remember this when I was 7 when I used to be into dinosaurs and volcano's, now I am into stuff like Fortnite, GTA, and Battlefield 1. I used to listen to this all the time.

  8. This is that song that your science teacher would put on. But I listened to this song when I was like 5 years old so I see it differently as like a memory

  9. Man i remember when this came out when i was in elementry school. I still remember roasting my teacher with my new dino facts. Thanks melody.

  10. Hold on, Bill Nye said the meteorite fell to the Earth at 100,000 kilometers a second. That is 1/4 the speed of light. Pretty much nothing can get even close to reaching the speed of light. Bill Nye is exaggerating at that part and for anyone who wants to know how fast that really is, that's really fast. Ridiculously fast. (Kilo = 1,000) If that meteorite went that fast and crashed into the Earth going that fast, you can say goodbye to the whole planet. The Earth would shatter into tons of pieces… So, we can change the Bill Nye theme to "Bill Nye, he sometimes lies." or "Bill Nye we can deny.". No hate against Bill Nye at any circumstance. Edit: Oh, yes. I didn't check the description, did I?

  11. "If we'd never found their bones, we wouldn't ever have known these ancient animals ever existed." "The more we find, the more complete our understanding." DUH!!!! I needed some brainiacs to TELL me this?

  12. This song is so amazing. I cant stop listening to it. I love dinosaurs so much. I even saw 1. And it was a pterodactyl. But you dont have to beilieve me. Nobody does. But i love dinosaurs. I wanna be an actor in jurassic world or park.

  13. Watched this video when I was six now Iโ€™m twelve and I was watching a dinosaur documentary on bbc 4 and it reminded me of this. Man time flys fast

  14. Why doesn't the majority of popular culture not care about our origins…It's so strange. So self absorbed.

  15. The extinction date for the non-avian dinosaurs is inaccurate because scientists now think the KT mass extinction is 66 million years instead of 65 million years ago

  16. The meteor that hit the earth 65 million years ago, at 100,000 KM/s (1/3 the speed of light) and wiped out ONLY the dinosaurs.. I doubt it. If a meteor that size and went 1/3 THE SPEED OF LIGHT hit our Earth, our planet would be literally obliterated..

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