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"Dinosaur Hunters: Secrets of the Gobi Desert" (2008) is a documentary by National Geographic that tells the history of paleontology in the Gobi Desert. It began in 1922, when Roy Chapman Andrews, an American paleontologist found a huge bonebed containing Protoceratops and Velociraptor fossils. He and his colleagues also found the first dinosaur eggs. Unfortunately, political unrest forced him to leave before he could fully examine his find. Over 50 years later, two American paleontologists went to the Gobi Desert and made some finds of their own.

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  • Follow scientists from the Mongolian Academy of Sciences and the American Museum of National History on an expedition as they uncover a treasure trove of oviraptor fossils in the forbidding Gobi Desert, shattering myths about this dinosaur's behavior. National Geographic takes you on a journey to a lost world through on-location filming a computer animation

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