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Andy looks for an eggshell belonging to one of the biggest animals to ever walk the earth.
Andy joins a herd of woolly mammoths and bumps into one of his own ancient ancestors.
Andy searches for a feather belonging to a tiny dinosaur called the epidexipteryx.
Andy travels 15,000 years into the past to meet a giant prehistoric sloth.
Andy plunges into an underwater adventure as he searches for a giant swimming reptile.
Andy meets the paraceratherium - a mammal that is five times the size of a rhinoceros!
Andy meets the spinosaurus - a huge dinosaur that is even bigger than the T rex!
Andy searches for the tiny leptictidium, a furry mammal that used to bounce around Europe.
Andy travels back 50,000 years in time to search for a woolly rhino.
Andy travels 150 million years back in time to track down the peculiar camptosaurus.
Andy travels back in time to visit the sabre-toothed cat, but ends up shrinking himself.
Andy searches a prehistoric forest and runs into a relative of the T-rex.
Andy travels 70 million years back in time and meets the heavily armoured ankylosaur.
Andy travels back 85 million years to meet a giant feathered dinosaur.
Andy heads back three million years in time, where he runs into some ancient primates.
Andy heads back 49 million years, where he finds a hatching chick that he must protect.
Andy returns 160 million years into the past to hunt for a prehistoric clamshell.
Andy breaks a valuable museum artefact and travels back 30 million years to replace it.
Andy travels back 70 million years to meet the miniature magyarosaurus.
Andy travels back 36 million years to find a tooth belonging to a giant predator.
Andy dons his winter coat and heads back in time 30,000 years to the last ice age.
Andy meets the largest mammal ever to walk the earth in prehistoric Mongolia.
Andy collects barnacles from a prehistoric ocean for his new museum display.
Andy travels back in time three million years to meet the australopithecus.
Andy travels back in time to replace the museum's prized prehistoric tumbleweed.