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#5540, aired 2008-10-10"GEN"ERAL SCIENCE $2000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew hangs with a robotic dinosaur from Walking with Dinosaurs.) The stegosaurus had a walnut-sized brain, so the enlarged area in the spinal cord was thought to be a second brain; it probably stored this polysaccharide, an energy reserve glycogen
#5454, aired 2008-05-01WALKING WITH DINOSAURS $400: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew walks with a robotic Stegosaurus.) You might encounter a real Stegosaurus if you can go back to the late part of this geological period, a good one for dinosaurs Jurassic
#5454, aired 2008-05-01WALKING WITH DINOSAURS $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew is stalked by a giant robot T. rex.) Until the recent discovery of the Gigantotasaurus fossil, 3 tons bigger, T. rex was thought to be the largest dinosaur of this dietary class... aaaagh! carnivore
#5454, aired 2008-05-01WALKING WITH DINOSAURS $1200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands next to a robot Stegosaurus.) The Stegosaurus' plates could have been used in mating, may have been for defensive purposes, or may have served as living solar panels and helped the dinosaur regulate this body heat (or body temperature)
#5454, aired 2008-05-01WALKING WITH DINOSAURS $2000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) If a bite that could puncture a car roof wasn't enough, T. rex's teeth have recesses where these live; if the bite didn't kill you, the infection would bacteria
#5454, aired 2008-05-01WALKING WITH DINOSAURS $4,000 (Daily Double): (Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) Named for its cattle-like horns, this 9-tonner whose name means "bull lizard" had the largest head of any known land animal Torosaurus (Torosaur accepted)

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