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Ancient Earth: Inferno

Season 50 Episode 14 | 53m 45s

252 million years ago, a devastating mass extinction wiped out about 90% of all species on Earth. Follow scientists as they piece together evidence to discover how life survived and set the stage for a new dominant life form: the dinosaurs.

Aired: 10/24/23 | Expires: 12/01/23
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