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6 Degrees Entertainment

'Prehistoric Road Trip'
(DVD / G / 2020 / PBS)

Overview: Join host Emily Graslie on the road for a fun and fascinating journey around the Dakotas, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska to explore 2.5 billion years of Earth's history.

Each of the three episodes examines different eras in time, focusing on the geology and ecology of prehistoric environments to discover what the landscape may have resembled millions, even billions, of years ago.

DVD Verdict: On this immersive adventure, Graslie, Chief Curiosity Correspondent at the Field Museum in Chicago and YouTube sensation, uncovers the geologic history of North America, helping scientists dig up dinosaurs and other extraordinary creatures.

With her trademark sense of adventure and wit, Graslie brings extinct world's to life, and seeks to better understand our planet's past and what new discoveries might mean for its future.

Crossing the Dakotas, Montana, Nebraska, and Wyoming, she examines the fossils of diverse prehistoric creatures and plants and introduces some of the people who helped bring these ancient discoveries to light.

Each episode turns back the pages of the past to examine different eras along Earth’s geologic timeline, focusing on the geology, ecology, and environment.

On this immersive adventure, Graslie uncovers and discovers the history of North American dinosaurs and other fascinating prehistoric creatures, including ancient fishes, mammoths, and early mammals.

Filmed using state-of-the-art drone technology and featuring dynamic illustration graphics, the series brings this now-extinct world to life.

“I am thrilled that I get to share my love of nature, history, paleontology, and – in general – really old, really dead stuff with the PBS audience,” says Graslie.

“And this is an incredible opportunity for me to revisit my home state of South Dakota, where I grew up exploring the great outdoors as a kid.” This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.

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