Ralph and the Dinosaurs
Ralph and the Dinosaurs
Ralph and the Dinosaurs
Did you know that some dinosaurs had fur, that Tyrannosaurus wasn’t the biggest flesh eating dinosaur, that each year we discover new species of dinosaurs? And did you know some dinosaurs ate stones? Follow Ralph’s adventures in the world of dinosaurs and have fun learning or refreshing your ideas about what you think you already know. More
Ends
Jul 31 2023
Lang
English
Duration
5 Minutes
Episodes
26
Classification
G
Available on
Now Player & TV
  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E26 -Z for Zanabazar
    EP26
    Z for Zanabazar

    As for the Zanabazar... it has truly fuelled the imagination for some! What if the dinosaurs had survived?

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E25 -Y for Yinlong
    EP25
    Y for Yinlong

    Dinner with the Yinlong was a bit confusing... It loved to eat pebbles! Weird, huh? But was it really that crazy?

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E24 -X for Xiaotingia
    EP24
    X for Xiaotingia

    The Xiaotingia's head looked more like a bird than a dinosaur! I

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E23 -W is for Wuerhosaurus
    EP23
    W is for Wuerhosaurus

    On the back of the Wuerhosaurus are a number of strange bony plates.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E22 -V is for Vulcanodon
    EP22
    V is for Vulcanodon

    The Vulcanodon has a bit of a problem! It's lost its head!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E21 -U is for Unaysaurus
    EP21
    U is for Unaysaurus

    Life was not much fun for the Unaysaurus... It lived all alone, the poor thing!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E20 -T is for Triceratops
    EP20
    T is for Triceratops

    This herbivore needs no introduction! But few people know that it lived at the very end of the dinosaur era..

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E19 -S is for Sinosauropteryx
    EP19
    S is for Sinosauropteryx

    The Sinosauropteryx is a colourful dino. And for good reason, it's one of the few whose colours we really know!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E18 -R is for Rajasaurus
    EP18
    R is for Rajasaurus

    The Rajasaurus was discovered in India. Even though, back when it roamed the Earth, this huge country was just an island

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E17 -Q is for Qantassaurus
    EP17
    Q is for Qantassaurus

    The Qantassaurus, like some of its fellows, was a dinosaur of extremes.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E16 -P is for Pelecanimimus
    EP16
    P is for Pelecanimimus

    The Pelecanimimus, which looked a bit like an ostrich, was incredibly fast!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E15 -O is for Olorotitan
    EP15
    O is for Olorotitan

    The interesting thing about the Olorotitan is as amusing as it is loud.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E14 -N is for Nigersaurus
    EP14
    N is for Nigersaurus

    The Nigersaurus was a kind of prehistoric cow.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E13 -M is for Microraptor
    EP13
    M is for Microraptor

    With the Microraptor, we're thinking about evolution!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E12 -L is for Lexovisaurus
    EP12
    L is for Lexovisaurus

    Recognising its name was never easy for the Lexovisaurus.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E11 -K is for Koreaceratops
    EP11
    K is for Koreaceratops

    Discover one of the great upheavals of palaeontology, thanks to the Koreaceratops' passion for water!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E10 -J is for Jingshanosaurus
    EP10
    J is for Jingshanosaurus

    With an unusual name, the Jingshanosaurus is as special as it is different from its fellow dinosaurs!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E9 -I is for Iguanodon
    EP9
    I is for Iguanodon

    The Iguanodon was one of the first ever dinosaurs to be discovered.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E8 -H is for Homalocephale
    EP8
    H is for Homalocephale

    The Homalocephale had a hard head. So hard that it used it to fight, defend and attack!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E7 -G is for Gigantoraptor
    EP7
    G is for Gigantoraptor

    This enormous dinosaur that looked like a giant turkey is only 11 years old.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E6 -F is for Fruitadens
    EP6
    F is for Fruitadens

    Did you know that most dinosaurs were no bigger than a man?!

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E5 -E is for Euoplocephalus
    EP5
    E is for Euoplocephalus

    With Euoplocephalus, we discover another dino that we would have avoided like the plague.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E4 -D is for Dryptosaurus
    EP4
    D is for Dryptosaurus

    To meet the Dryptosaurus is to come face to face with a real predator.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E3 -C is for Citipati
    EP3
    C is for Citipati

    There's been a lot of talk about Citipati lately. People are discovering fossils of this dinosaur everywhere.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E2 -B is for Beipiaosaurus
    EP2
    B is for Beipiaosaurus

    The Beipiosaurus is a funny dinosaur. With its strange, unusual look, it never fails to surprise.

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  • Ralph and the Dinosaurs E1 -A is for Albertosaurus
    EP1
    A is for Albertosaurus

    The Albertosaurus is like a Tyrannosaurus, but smaller!

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