PROOF...Dinosaurs had FEATHERS!

  • Published on:  9/16/2018
  • Coyote Peterson on Instagram: Mark Vins on Instagram - Mario Aldecoa on Instagram - Beyond Dinosaurs on Instagram – JOIN THE COYOTE PACK! - On this episode of Beyond Dinosaurs, Coyote and the crew head to Hill City, South Dakota, to visit the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, teaming up with renowned paleontologist Peter Larson! We go behind the scenes to continue exploring their fossil archive, and the team may have found proof that DINOSAURS had FEATHERS… Get ready to find out if the team can discover if DINOSAURS really had FEATHERS! HUGE thanks to the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, Peter Larson, and his team! Make sure to visit the Black Hills Institute website for more information: Archive footage/media Courtesy of Black Hills Institute. And don’t forget we have recently partnered with Universal Pictures to become the Jurassic World Explorers! Stay tuned, that series is coming this holiday season. Thank you for watching Beyond Dinosaurs! A series where we travel back in time to uncover the mysteries surrounding these prehistoric creatures. This will truly be an adventure 65 million years in the making! BEYOND DINOSAURS FAN MAIL send to: P.O. BOX 2370 Westerville, OH 43086 The Brave Wilderness Channel is your one stop connection to a wild world of adventure and amazing up close animal encounters! Follow along with adventurer and animal expert Coyote Peterson and his crew as they lead you on seven exciting series - Emmy Award Winning Breaking Trail, Beyond the Tide, Dragon Tails, On Location, Base Camp, Blue Wilderness and Beyond Dinosaurs - featuring everything from Grizzly Bears and Crocodiles to Rattlesnakes and Tarantulas…each episode offers an opportunity to learn something new. So SUBSCRIBE NOW and join the adventure that brings you closer to the most beloved, bizarre and misunderstood creatures known to man! GET READY...things are about to get WILD! New Episodes Every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Official Website: Brave Wilderness on Instagram:


  • AXAS _YT
    AXAS _YT 11 months ago+1135

    When I grow up I want to be a paleontologist

    HENRY THE RC CAR 11 months ago+340

    This show is TV quality! 🤠

  • NPC420187692018
    NPC420187692018 11 months ago+345

    When i grow up i want to be a T-Rex

  • YouTube User
    YouTube User 11 months ago+195

    Growing up, my dad was friends with the director of paleontology in my area. One day, he took us into the fossil archive and let me see all sorts of fossils! Just like this! At one point, he pulled out a complete juvenile sabertooth skull, it was about the size of a lacrosse ball. He told me to put out my hands so I may hold it. Just as he laid it to rest in my hand -- the thing literally crumbled half in my hands and half in his. I did my best to hold all the pieces but I will never forget looking up and seeing this grown man about to angry cry over a lost fossil.
    I remember he composed himself, took a deep breath and had me put the tiny fragments back into the container they belonged to. Jeff then said, "Well. On the bright side, not many people can say they've had a sabertooth skull completely disintegrate in their hands."
    I'll never forget that pure passion for his job though. Absolutely infatuated with the study of fossils. Definitely someone I looked up to growing up.

  • Derpson XPX
    Derpson XPX 11 months ago+246

    What if Dinosaurs were actually really smart, and they built a rocket to leave earth. And the skeletons left behind was just a distraction...

  • Quali-ty1
    Quali-ty1 11 months ago+92

    Throws T-Rex Into The Sky | “Fly little buddy!”

  • 19thHour
    19thHour 11 months ago+189

    Dinosaurs STILL have feathers :D

  • Unknown Roaster
    Unknown Roaster 11 months ago+19

    Bloody hell, the last time i watched a vid from this channel was when they still had 200k subs. How unreal...

  • Erlyk Dalkien
    Erlyk Dalkien 11 months ago+17

    I like your kind of annoys me that I end up with a plethora of children videos in my suggestion list though lol.

  • Captain Nugget Senpai Shanghai

    Coyote: Maybe I can get it traded for a T. rex tooth
    Pete: No
    Coyote: Nani

  • Nature's Frontier
    Nature's Frontier 11 months ago+5

    This channel, and this crew has inspired me to love animals more then I already do, and create a channel of my own! Thank You, Brave Wilderness. You guys are the best nature channel on YouTube!
    Thanks :)

  • MightyRagnarok
    MightyRagnarok 11 months ago+6

    This was a very cool episode and it makes me happy that I am currently in college studying to be a paleontologist. I have gone on a few fossil digs already and have taken several paleontology and historical geology classes and I couldn't be happier. It's good to know how much work gets put into recovering fossils and freeing them. Gives me some more respect for paleontologists and gives me something to look forward to. That oreodont was very cool. I will admit that I had to look up what that one was. It was still cool though. Hope I can go dig out there sometime in the future. I would love to see what I could find. I would also love to work with Peter Larson too. Maybe as an internship or something. I'll have to check out if he does stuff like that. Thank you for the video, I really enjoyed it.

  • Lisa McKee
    Lisa McKee 11 months ago+15

    I’ve always been fascinated by dinosaurs but I’ve never seen a dinosaur tooth before. Coyote, you made my day!

  • Luke Chandler
    Luke Chandler 11 months ago+5

    Why am I getting so jealous of Coyote in this video😂

  • Melody Ramirez
    Melody Ramirez 11 months ago+37

    Omg 😮

  • GhostDeathmark
    GhostDeathmark 11 months ago+47

    I remember when I wanted to be a paleontologist... still want to. Btw not all Dinosaurs had feathers.

  • If u JiMiN u can't JiMOuT
    If u JiMiN u can't JiMOuT 11 months ago+6

    I love your videos I'm a big fan I hope you notice my comment

  • CostobliYT !
    CostobliYT ! 11 months ago+5

    My favorite dinosaur is the carnotaurus :V

  • randomiser
    randomiser 11 months ago+6

    I have always wanted to move to America so I can find the wonders of nature

  • Mesha Davis
    Mesha Davis 11 months ago+7

    It's crazy to know animals like this existed. The world is amazing 🌍