Join paleontologist-in-training Dan Henderson on a totally awesome prehistoric adventure! Dan teaches a baby Triceratops defensive moves to help it get around a meat-eating Spinosaurus! Then find out why the T-rex has such small arms when Dan and his friends embark on a sleepover adventure at the famous Royal Ontario Museum. Tour the museum and learn about real fossil skeletons, from the Stegosaurus to the Tyrannosaurus rex. But then the visit quickly turns into mayhem when some sneaky dinosaurs steal a T-rex claw from the museum! Will Dan be able to get the T-rex claw back before sunrise? Join the adventure in Where the Dinosaurs Are!
The action-packed adventure is brought vividly to life through a combination of live action and CGI animation. The “Dino Dan” series was developed under the guidance of paleontologists at Canada’s Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta, and the Museum’s Curator of Dinosaurs, Dr. Don Henderson, is both the lead consultant on the show and an inspiration for its main character.
Both my son (18.5 months old) and daughter (age 4) really enjoy watching the Dino Dan adventures! I feel that this DVD is super kid friendly and that even though there are sometimes some suspenseful and exciting moments, they are totally kid friendly keeping any type of scariness at bay! Since my daughter has seen the Dino Dan DVD, she’s gained an interest in learning more and about dinosaurs! I love when either of children want to learn more about and ask questions about something new!
Thanks to NCircle Entertainment, one of my readers will win a DVD copy of Dino Dan Where the Dinosaurs Are!
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