Uncover fun facts and videos all about prehistoric life and the age of the dinosaurs, and how plant-eaters and the meat-eaters lived long ago.
About 530 million years ago, an incredible range of new animals began to live in the seas, including the first creatures with clear legs, heads, sense organs, skeletons, and shells.
Fish were the first vertebrates. They appeared in the Earth’s oceans more than 500 million years ago.
Until about 530 million years ago all the animals on planet Earth were invertebrates.
In this activity, students will research ancient organisms and create a timeline showing when they appeared on Earth.
Aaron climbs high into the treetops to track a tiny prehistoric glider and answers a question from Noah.
Aaron and INO must dive deep to help an injured Ambulocetus and answer questions from Eliot, Jeremy, and Andy.
Aaron and INO search the treetops for early primates, answer a question from Molly, and do a little “Stargazing” to help fall asleep.