Ages Past

Scientists study things left behind to tell the story of what happened in the past. Paleontologists look at bones to help us understand how ancient creatures once survived. Archaeologists and anthropologists study how people lived hundreds or even thousands of years ago. Find out more about what took place in ages past.

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D4K: Dinosaurs with Jack Horner

Learn about dinosaurs from leading paleontologist Jack Horner.

D4K: Dinosaurs with Jack Horner

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D4K: Dinosaurs

What caused dinosaur to go extinct?

D4K: Dinosaurs

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D4K: Mammoths

Find out more about mammoths from their fossils.

D4K: Mammoths

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D4K: The Science of Lewis and Clark

Lewis and Clark made major scientific discoveries on their journey West. What were some?

D4K: The Science of Lewis and Clark

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D4K: Archaeology

What did archaeologists learn about life in Egypt from King Tut’s tomb?

D4K: Archaeology

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D4K: On a Dinosaur Dig

What does a dinosaur egg look like? Find out here!

D4K: On a Dinosaur Dig

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Dinosaur Basics

Find out more about dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Basics

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Dinosaurs in Idaho

What kind of dinosaurs are found in Idaho?

Dinosaurs in Idaho