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National Geographic Live
In the National Geographic Live series, the explorers and scholars pushing the boundaries of human knowledge reveal the methods and meanings of their discoveries. They’ll offer insider commentary on the video segments they produced for National Geographic, and explain what drove them to embrace intellectual adventuring without having to carry any fedoras or bullwhips.
Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous
Any time a new dinosaur is discovered, it’s a momentous occasion for science. But in the case of Spinosaurus, the more significant moment was a rediscovery. Paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim found nothing short of a miracle when he uncovered a nearly complete specimen of the Cretaceous-era carnivore—which was larger even than Tyrannosaurus Rex—considering it had been nearly 70 years since the only known Spinosaurus skeleton was destroyed (when the Allied forces bombed Berlin in 1944).