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Dinosaur King gets T-Rex-sized coverage


Dinosaur King gets T-Rex-sized coverage

In an effort to bring Dinosaur King to as many fans as possible, 4Kids has signed a number of deals with networks around the world for the hit animated series and trading card game. Amongst the networks are Lagardere Networks’ Gulli TV and Canal J in France, Network Ten in Australia, RedeTV in Brazil, Orlando Kids in the Balkans region, and Canal Panda in Portugal. 4Kids has also inked a deal, recommitting the toon to YTV in Canada and Disney XD in Spain. Apparently, fans the world over love dinosaurs!


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