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Jurassic Fight Club

Jurassic Fight Club

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Cannibal Dinosaur

Aired on Jul 29, 2008
Investigators identify a rare dinosaur called the Majungatholus and uncover the first authentic case of dinosaur cannibalism.
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T-Rex Hunter

Aired on Aug 05, 2008
A discovery in Montana yields bones that reveal the nanotyrannus, nicknamed as the "Tiny Terror," preyed on the fearsome tyrannosaurus rex 65 million years ago.
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Gang Killers

Aired on Aug 13, 2008
Scientists try to re-create what happened when a pack of deadly deinonychus raptors took on a plant-eating dinosaur known as the tenontosaurus more than double their size.
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Bloodiest Battle

Aired on Aug 20, 2008
Scientists study a prehistoric watering hole in Utah that became a colossal deathtrap for many dinosaur species who fell prey to predators like the allosaurus and ceratosaurus.
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Deep Sea Killers

Aired on Aug 27, 2008
Undersea battle between the megalodon, a 50-foot cousin of the great white shark, and the "biting sperm whale" with 44 teeth equal to those of a tyrannosaurus rex.
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Hunter Becomes Hunted

Aired on Sep 03, 2008
Scientists reconstruct a battle for domination between an allosaurus and a ceratosaurus after discovering the remains of two types of predators and two kinds of herbivores in a Colorado quarry.
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Biggest Killers

Aired on Sep 10, 2008
Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all; elite predators included the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.
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Raptor's Last Stand

Aired on Jul 29, 2008
Experts reconstruct the lives of these ancient dinosaurs to recreate a battle featuring power, stealth and secret weapons on an ancient battlefield over 120 million years ago.
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Ice Age Monsters

Aired on Oct 01, 2008
The remains of a mega-lion and a short-faced bear found in a cave in Wyoming provide evidence of a prehistoric fight to the death between two of North America's largest predatory mammals.
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River of Death

Aired on Jul 29, 2008
The scene of the worst mass slaughter in the prehistoric dinosaur world was discovered by paleontologists in Canada in 1986.
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Raptor vs. T-Rex

Aired on Oct 15, 2008
A paleontologist on a routine expedition in South Dakota discovers the mummified tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both small raptors and a big tyrannosaurus rex.
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Armageddon

Aired on Oct 22, 2008
Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds come together to try to explain what caused the mass extinction of dinosaurs and other life-forms 65 million years ago.

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