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BBC announces 'Dinosaurs: The Final Day' special with David Attenborough

BBC announces 'Dinosaurs: The Final Day' special with David Attenborough
Famed naturalist David Attenborough will look at what happened to prehistoric creatures in a new BBC program called "Dinosaurs: The Last Day." File Photo by Neil Hall/EPA-EFE

Jan. 17 (UPI) -- The BBC announced plans Monday for a 90-minute special called Dinosaurs: The Final Day.

The program will be hosted by famed naturalist David Attenborough.

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The premiere date has not been disclosed yet.

"Dinosaurs were among nature's most extraordinary creatures, dominating the planet for over 150 million years before they became extinct," Attenborough said in a statement.

"Tanis [in North Dakota] could be a place where the remains can give us an unprecedented window into the lives of the very last dinosaurs, and a minute-by-minute picture of what happened when the asteroid hit."

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