Andy's Dinosaur Adventures

Season 1
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Season 1, Episode 20 - Allosaurus And Salt

3.0 15 x
Andy travels back 145 million years to the time of Allosaurus - a massive meat-eating dinosaur that roamed the salt flats of North America.
19:00

Season 1, Episode 19 - T-rex And Roar

4.0 15 x
Andy travels back 65 million years to the time of Tyrannosaurus rex - Andy's favourite dinosaur of all time.
18:00

Season 1, Episode 18 - Postosuchus And Teeth

3.0 4 x
Andy travels back 220 million years to the time of Postosuchus - a giant crocodile-like creature that roamed North America in the time of the earliest dinosaurs.
18:00

Season 1, Episode 17 - Diplodocus And The Dung Beetle

4.0 9 x
Andy travels back 152 million years, to the time of Diplodocus - a massive 25-metre-long plant-eating dinosaur.
15:00

Season 1, Episode 10 - Ornithocheirus And Sand Dollar

4.0 15 x
Andy travels back 127 million years to the time of ornithocheirus - one of the largest flying pterosaurs that ever lived.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 9 - Coelophysis And Fish

4.0 15 x
Andy travels back 220 million years to the time of coelophysis - one of the earliest dinosaurs that hunted in packs and was an expert at fishing.
15:00

Season 1, Episode 8 - Iguanodon Footprint

4.0 36 x
Andy travels back in time 127 million years, to the time of iguanodon - a plant-eating dinosaur that moved in herds.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 7 - Cynodont And Lichen

4.0 4 x
Andy travels back in time 220 million years, to the time of cynodont - a dog-like furry creature with excellent eyesight and a powerful sense of smell.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 6 - Triceratops And Horn

4.0 10 x
Andy travels back 65 million years to the time of triceratops, a plant-eating dinosaur which roamed the plains of North America.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 2 - Dipodocus Fern

3.0 10 x
Andy travels back in time 152 million years, to the time of diplodocus - a massive 25 metre long plant-eating dinosaur. His mission, to find and pick a giant fern to replace the one he accidentally broke back at the museum.
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