Greatest Mysteries: Smithsonian
Host Don Wildman explores the largest museum and research complex in the world, The Smithsonian Institution.
Don Wildman films outside the National Museum of Natural History -- a Smithsonian Institution dedicated to understanding nature and man’s place within it. Here, archeological treasures like fossilized dinosaur skeletons and remnants of a 3.2 million year old early human allow visitors a glimpse into the fascinating realm of ancient times.
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