As you can imagine, with the Dinosaur Train being written from the evolutionary standpoint, that the dinosaurs still have to live in their respected “periods”.

The main characters, with the exception of the conductor (technically he lives in all the periods), live in the Cretaceous time period. The reason the conductor technically lives in all the periods is because the dinosaur train can be transported into a different time period merely by going through the “Time Tunnel”!

This time tunnel transports the “pteranodon team” into whatever time period they want, whether it be Triassic, Jurassic or Cretaceous. A short description of each of these time periods is as follows:

1. Triassic – 245-218 MYA (Millions of Years Ago)

The Triassic period, according to many paleontologists, starts with the dinosaurs coming into being in the 228 MYA range. Eoraptor is considered the first dinosaur to have roamed the earth. After some evolution the Eoraptor’s ancestors, such as Erythrosuchus, became other dinosaurs. This was the first step in dinosaur history, according to many paleontologists.

2. Jurassic – 218-157 MYA

The Jurassic time period is probably the most popular of the three eras. It contains some of the most famous and revolutionary dinosaurs in the world. According to evolutionists these dinosaurs were some of the fiercest and they have been made very popular by movies, such as Jurassic Park 1-3. The Jurassic era had some very famous dinosaurs.

3. Cretaceous – 157-65 MYA

The Cretaceous era lasted the longest in the evolutionary timeline and contains many dinosaurs that people are familiar with. Many say that the end of the Cretaceous, 65-67 MYA, was the end of the dinosaurs as we know them. We know this not to be true today because of accounts of humans interacting with dinosaurs and even proof that they still live here!

How is it possible that they can teach this in a tax-supported TV series for kids and get away with it?

One reason: we let them!