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Fossils 101 | National Geographic

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Fossils are echoes of an ancient past. Find out about the two major categories of fossils, how fossilization occurs, and how fossils can help paint a picture of the planets history.
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MN Toys
MN Toys 3 months ago

Getting trapped in Amber maybe better than stuck in

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Baby Big
Baby Big 3 months ago

please seve amazon rain forest

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Ryan ToysReview
Ryan ToysReview 3 months ago

The ARC'TERYX LOG0

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Kids TV - Nursery Rhymes And Baby Songs

Mudfossil University (on Youtube and FB has DNA certified soft tissue fossils of very large Humans. These are cat scanned and anatomist verified and DNA certified....the process recreated and it leads to body parts in exquiste detail of veins and arteries skin and lungs...hearts and more but no bones because of bone reactivity in salty wet soils. However salt preserves flesh.

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Art for Kids
Art for Kids 3 months ago

I love the science behind fossils and dinosaurs. I'd like to see more serious media about dinosaurs but they are often just used to attract children. Like common dinosaur books in the store or a real life dinosaur show. Only for children

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Little Baby Bum - Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

Under ice,

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Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes

I wonder how bad life would still be if we decided to continue on with religion instead of science.

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Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes

Nicee

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Thần Tượng Âm Nhạc

Where's the heart button...because I ♥️this...LOL

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Kids Game Show
Kids Game Show 3 months ago

Mudfossil University on YouTube and Facebook is way ahead of this curve...

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The Kiboomers
The Kiboomers 3 months ago

Nice video
It's very helpful for me
As i am Geology student

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Toys Kids
Toys Kids 3 months ago

Them savages foot

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Satisfying Slime ASMR

I was waiting for Amazon wildfire to be posted.

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Junky Kid TV - Learn Colors for Children

I wish they had spent a small amount of time talking about the fossilization that Dr. Mary Schweitzer discovered with soft tissues. So much misconceptions are out there on what it is because people only read headlines. And her discovery is one of the biggest in her field in a long time.

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OZ Kids
OZ Kids 3 months ago

I LEARNED LOTS!!!!! YAY!!!

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Morphle ABC
Morphle ABC 3 months ago

3:23
wow hehe
my footprints in muds looked the same when i was a kid

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ChuChu TV Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

Best Video by Nat Geo so far?

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Kid Slution
Kid Slution 3 months ago

I used to watch this but I came across a channel on YouTube called Muddfosil university, by Roger Spurr. One video and I was hooked.

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Kids Toys Review
Kids Toys Review 3 months ago

Brilliant video!

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