If you’re ever stuck in traffic on I-95 in the Laurel area, consider this: Millions of years ago, the region was home not to interstate highways and condo complexes, but dinosaurs. We go time traveling with local experts to learn more about the prehistoric creatures that called our region home.

Guests

  • Matthew Carrano Curator of Dinosauria, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
  • Peter Kranz Paleontologist and President of The Dinosaur Fund

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