Dinosaur Train pulls into Smithsonian, Latin America

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Jim Henson Co.’s CGI-animated series Dinosaur Train is getting around. First up: The show’s paleontologist Scott Sampson (right, PBS photo) and star dino Buddy will appear Oct. 24 at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in a free family event. Kids will see an episode and get a chance to ask Sampson questions. Meanwhile, the show also has been sold to Discovery Kids Latin America, reports World Screen. The PBS Kids series is already a globetrotter, heading for Nickelodeon in Australia, Selecta Vision in Spain, Al Jazeera in the Middle East, TVO and TFO in Canada, Knowledge Network in British Columbia and NRK in Norway.

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