Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea | Astronomy

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Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea

A stop-motion, 3D animated adventure explaining one of the greatest geological events in the history of the Earth: the separation of the supercontinent Pangaea.

When two children embark on a geology field trip back in time, they are thrown into a fantastic voyage where they witness incredible geological wonders and learn the mysterious process that created our present-day continents. From racing across the landscape atop Dinosaurs to plummeting to the center of the Earth, DINOSAUR PASSAGE TO PANGAEA is the perfect educational glimpse at the tectonic forces that forged our world. It is the ultimate field trip!

Show Length: 
38 minutes
Age Range: 
Fourth Grade

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