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Dino Dan is a children's television show that's centered around an adventurous little boy named Dan Henderson. Dan is 10 years old and has a very active imagination to say the least. Dan knows a lot of information about dinosaurs and feels they are lurking all around him. In his day to day life he wonders how dinosaurs would act if they were in the same situation as him. Whether he is at school or at the dentist he always has an adventure.

Dan is always finding what he believes to be are dinosaur tracks. In reality they are tracks left by animals like dogs or cats. These tracks are usually found in his backyard. Dan has a lot of theories about the tracks he finds. Using the scientific method he does many experiments to determine what type of dinosaur they are from. He hopes the tracks will lead him to the location of the dinosaur. Sometimes he gets very excited when he thinks that he has discovered a new type of dinosaur.

Dan lives with his Mom and his little brother Trek. Trek an see the dinosaurs and joins in on many of Dan's experiments. At school Dan teaches the other kids about dinosaurs and tries to prove his theories to them.

Dino Dan does feature a lot of true information about the different types of dinosaurs that were once alive. The show is geared toward the 3-8 year old age group and anyone who has an active imagination.

Mondays at 5:00 pm on Nick Jr.
5 Seasons, 68 Episodes - New Series
January 10, 2010
Animation & Cartoons
4.5/5
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Dino Dan Full Episode Guide

  • Trek goes to the beach with Mom and Grandma and is determined to figure out Dino Experiment 410, "How does the Deinosuchus get its food?" Luckily for Trek, he soon sees the Deinosuchus!

  • When Penelope and her mother take Trek camping, they wake to find that something has messed up their campsite; when Trek goes fishing with Grandma, he discovers a baby Spinosaurus taking his fish.

  • When Trek accidentally throws Doug's favorite ball on to the roof, he tries to get a Dromaeosaurus to knock it down; Trek learns that the Therizinosaurus used its claws for defense, stripping leaves off trees and for digging up roots.

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