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Mosasaurs 101 | National Geographic
Living on the Most Crowded Island on Earth
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Living on the Most Crowded Island on Earth

(peaceful music) – [Narrator] A two-hour boat ride off the coast of Colombia is an island, the most densely-populated island on earth. (chattering) Santa Cruz del Islote consists of more than 1,200 people living on land the size of two

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Ichthyosaurs 101 | National Geographic
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Ichthyosaurs 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] While dinosaurs roamed the Earth and pterosaurs ruled the sky, sea monsters called ichthyosaurs dominated the world’s oceans. Ichthyosaurs were ancient reptilian predators. They first appeared about 251 million years ago during the Triassic Period. 20 million years

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Visit Grand Canyon Archeological Sites Hidden For Centuries.
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Visit Grand Canyon Archeological Sites Hidden For Centuries.

Native peoples have inhabited the Grand Canyon for 12,000 years. Adjusting to the seasons, to the availability of food, and to the demands of the rugged corridors they chose as their home. Architecture from the pueblo period, over 1000 years

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6 Creative Ways People Used to Navigate the Oceans
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6 Creative Ways People Used to Navigate the Oceans

It’s pretty hard to get lost these days, no matter where you are in the world. All you have to do is fire up your favorite navigation app and you’re good. Even ships in the middle of the ocean have

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Why Is It So Hard to Talk About America’s Past? – Extended Interview | America Inside Out
Neanderthals 101 | National Geographic
History 101: The Protestant Reformation | National Geographic
Cave Art 101 | National Geographic