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RE: NOVA: Arctic Dinosaurs
Not the same show, but video and transcript of an (Australian) ABC TV
segment on Victorian south-polar dinosaurs (and mammals) at
http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/2366874.htm; Paul Willis talks with
Tom Rich, John Long, and Lesley Kool about Dinosaur Cove and Flat Rocks.
Dr John D. Scanlon, FCD
Riversleigh Fossil Centre, Outback at Isa
"Get this $%#@* python off me!", said Tom laocoonically.
From: Dann Pigdon [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 25 September, 2008 11:42 AM
Subject: Re: NOVA: Arctic Dinosaurs
Quoting Michael Barton <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Here in Montana, PBS will air a NOVA program on 'Arctic Dinosaurs' on
> October 7th. Check your local listings...
> "How is it that dinosaurs have managed to survive and even thrive in
> the gloom of the dark and frigid polar regions? This is one of the
> most intriguing enigmas in paleontology. And now, a unique field
> expedition to Alaska will utilize extreme engineering and perilous
> fossil hunting to defrost a jackpot of new fossil clues. With the help
> of stunning CGI, NOVA breathes life into the polar dinosaurs' lives
> and environment in vivid detail."
Is this the program with Tom Rich 'going troppo' (or whatever the polar
version of 'troppo' is), and
the rabid fox that attacks the camp? The CGI wasn't too bad either.
GIS / Archaeologist http://geo_cities.com/dannsdinosaurs
Melbourne, Australia http://heretichides.soffiles.com