Travel with Emily through billions of years of Earth’s history to meet some of its earliest life forms, from primitive bacteria to giant reptiles and many surprising creatures in between.
Travel through billions of years of history to meet some of the earliest life forms.
Cruise into the Cretaceous, when astonishing creatures like T. rex dominated the planet.
Join Emily as discovers surprising truths hidden in the fossil record.
Emily meets up with geologist Dr. Mark Fahrenbach at Custer State Park.
Emily talks to Dr. Kelli Trujillo about the bacteria that made our planet oxygen-rich.
Emily meets with Dr. Sarah Keenan to understand the fossilization process.
Emily talks to J.P. Cavigelli about a specimen known as “Lee Rex.”
Emily meets up with a crew that’s digging up a Triceratops.
Emily looks for fossil plant leaves with Paige Wilson.
Emily explores mammal fossils with Dr. Tyler Lyson.
Emily hears the story of the Mammoth Site at Hot Springs.
Emily Graslie explores the history of fossil collection on Native American land.
Mary Anning was an early paleontologist who didn’t get credit in her time.
Go behind the scenes of the paleohistology lab at Museum of the Rockies.
Emily Graslie and director and producer Ally Gimbel reflect on the road trip.
The experts from Prehistoric Road Trip share their experiences and advice.
Emily shows off the camp site where the Prehistoric Road Trip crew stayed a few nights.