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Dino Squad TV Show Facts

Dino Squad hit the airwaves on November 3, 2007!
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Life for the average teenager is pretty dramatic, but when you're a teenager who can turn into a dinosaur, anything can happen! We've got the 411 on this cool new show!

Dino Squad - Main Characters

  • Rodger - A technology and science obessed teen who's no nerd, Rodger loves to apply his scientific know-how to pulling pranks on his Dino Squad buddies. Ever since he and his friends were slimed with Victor Veloci's primodeal ooze, they can turn into dinosaurs. Rodger turns into a Styracosaurus.
  • Caruso - The school's hip ladies' man who can now turn into a Stegosaurus at a moment's notice.
  • Max - The high school star football player who can turn into a Tyranosaurus Rex.
  • Fiona - A speed-obssesed teen who loves anything with an engine. Oh, yeah - and she can turn into a Spinosaurus.
  • Buzz - His parents may have named him Neil Buzmati, but everyone calls him Buzz. This slightly odd punk-rocker now has the ability to turn into a Pteranodon.
  • Ms. Moynihan - The teens' mysterious science teacher who encourages them to use their abilities to take on Victor Veloci.
  • Victor Veloci - An evil scientist who is trying to encourage global warming in order to bring the dinosaurs back to their "rightful place" as earth's rulers. Oh yeah, this guy is crazy!
  • Dino Squad - Fun Facts

  • Dino Squad first aired on CBS's KEWLopolis on November 3, 2007.
  • Dino Squad was created by DiC Entertainment, who also created The Care Bears, Sailor Moon, and The Super Mario Brothers Super Show.
  • Not only can the transforming teens change themselves into dinosaurs, they can change themselves into dino-vehicles like the Tyranno-cycle or the Stego-cycle!
  • Dino Squad - Quotes

    "You've all been infected with verilent dinosaur DNA!" - Ms. Moynihan

    "We're dinosaurs? How cool is that?!" - Buzz

    "I say we give our dinos a test drive!" - Fiona

    "Go Dino!" - Dino Squad

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