I first started listening to this at the very beginning when a bumper for it showed up on another podcast I was listening to. Aaron was about six years old at the point, and I thought it was wonderful. It reawakened that sense of wonder I used to feel about dinosaurs, and I was impressed by his dedication and knowledge.And then it started to change. A little at first, and finally evolving (pun intended) into a full-cast, multi-season-arc story with sound effects and occasional guest voices. And it's a compelling story, on top of that.It may be aimed at "kids" but I think it's also aimed at those who are still kids at heart (48 is just one digit off from 8, after all). I love this podcast, and I highly recommend it to anyone who has ever memorized 5-syllable names of dinosaurs and has said to an adult, "No, it's not a 'brontosaurus.' It's an 'apatosaurus.'"If you love science, paleontology, dinosaurs, science fiction . . . or time travel stories, you should give this a listen.
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