The Age of Reptiles in Three Acts
- Published on: 02 May 2018
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Reptiles emerged from the Paleozoic as humble creatures, but in time, they grew to become some of the largest forms of life ever to stomp, swim, and soar across the planet. This Age of Reptiles was a spectacular prehistoric epic, and it all took place in a single era: the Mesozoic.
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- Runtime : 11:7
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