One million years ago dinosaurs roamed the earth and ruled the land. This exciting new program explores the relationships between the archaic lizards, and the current reptiles, with live animals, as well as dinosaur artifacts. Your students will be able to see, and understand how birds, amphibians, turtles, crocodiles, snakes, and lizards relate to mesosaurs, pterosaurs, protoceratops, triceratops, and tyrannosaurs. Presenting theories from today's most renowned paleontologists, we discuss the ongoing arguments for extinction of both warm- and cold-blooded animals. This is a fun and fascinating look at how the giant reptiles lived and how they died. Hear about their diets, social order and the places they roamed. This program features LIVE REPTILES that are today's descendants of the great lizards of the prehistoric age, and bones and artifacts of the time period. This is a great program this is filled with fun, yet very educational as well. Suitable for all audiences, age groups, schools, libraries, events and festivals.