Krulwich Wonders... NPR Science Correspondent Robert Krulwich demystifies dense and difficult science.
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Spielberg's were big, green and scaly. The real ones? They were often rosy, yellow, orange, iridescent, covered with fuzz, plumes, or feathers. Take a look at this latest take on the Jurassic, when reptiles, we think, looked more like rainbows.
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