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Re: Dinosaur TV Week



Larry Dunn wrote:
> 
> Here are some highlights of U.S. national television programming
> concerning dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals, all times Eastern:
> 
> Wednesday, February 11
> 
> Discovery Channel, 10:00pm
> Beyond T. rex
> No, this is not about T. rex's ability to scratch it's back.  This is a
> serious investigation of two large new theropods.  And in the same vein
> we have:
> 
> Saturday, February 14
> 
> Showtime, 12:50am (this is late night Friday by some peoples' reckoning)
> Carnosaur 3: Primal Species
> While stealing uranium, terrorists unwittingly unleash formidible
> man-eating dinosaurs (I hate when that happens).  The first movie is
> supposed to be a cross between Jurassic Park and The Texas Chainsaw
> Massacre; terrorists are a nice twist this time around.  Roger Corman,
> of course, so it's probably a *total* waste of your time.  By the way,
> it's also showing at 2:45am on HBO as simply "Primal Species."
> 
> Sunday, February 15
> 
> Discovery Channel, 10:00am
> Bonehead Detectives of the Paleoworld
> Children's program about paleontology.  This episode: "The New Monsters
> in Town" -- evolution's response to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
> Huge grasshoppers, if I remember correctly.
> 
> Discovery Channel, 3:00pm
> Beyond T. rex
> Repeated for those who can't get enough serious science.
> 
> I remain, yours, etc.,
> Larry
> 
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There are THREE Carnosaur movies? Are they all  as gory as the first
one? What's Carnosaur 2?