Dino Autopsy

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Science Documentary published by National Geographic in 2007 - English narration

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Dino Autopsy is a discovery that promises to transform what scientists believe about the dinosaur … a virtually intact dino mummy. Nearly everything we know of dinosaurs comes from bones and teeth, usually the only tissue durable enough to fossilize. The conditions that preserved this extraordinary mummy were one in a million, and early examination offers never-before-seen details of what they really looked like, as well as clues to how they moved and lived. The paleontologists involved already believe that this could prove to be one of the most important dinosaur discoveries of all time.

The recently discovered partially intact dino mummy, named Dakota, is one of the most important dinosaur discoveries in recent times calling into question our conception of dinosaurs’ body shape, skin preservation and movement.

Fossilised skin and tendons have allowed us to reconstruct major muscle sizes, with many body parts offering a tantalising glimpse of a 3-D dinosaur.

The scan of the 3,600kg body was of the one of the largest CT scans ever undertaken!

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Video Codec: XviD 1.0.3
Video Bitrate: 2081 kbps
Video Resolution: 688x432
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.593:1
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 128kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: English
RunTime Per Part: 47:00.400
Number Of Parts: 1
Part Size: 745MB
Subtitles: English
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