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Our image of dinosaurs has been constantly changing since naturalists started studying them about 350 years ago. Taken together, these pictures can tell us a whole lot about just how much we have learned. Let's explore the history of dinosaur science as seen through the history of dinosaur art.

Special thanks to these paleoartists for allowing us to use their work in this video:
Greg Paul: http://gspauldino.com/
Doug Henderson: http://douglashendersonehi.com/
Gabriel Ugueto: http://gabrielugueto.com/, https://www.instagram.com/serpenillus/
Nobumichi Tamura: http://spinops.blogspot.com/
Emily Willoughby: http://emilywilloughby.com/

Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios

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