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Dinosaur Planet was the tenth of 11 Star Trek: The Original Series audio productions released by Peter Pan Records. It was initially distributed in 1979 as an audio production along with three other stories. It was subsequently released by itself along with a 20-page comic book, the last of six Peter Pan associated comics. In this story, the Enterprise explored a planet populated by dinosaurs.



Pavel ChekovJames T. KirkLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluFrank TankaWodsworth

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser)


OblikOblik III
Referenced only
EarthOblik II

Races and cultures

HumanOblik III nativeVulcan

States and organizations


Science and technology

axecommunicatorcomputerphaserphoton torpedosensorswordtransportertricorder

Ranks and titles

captainchief engineerensignFederation Starfleet ranks (2270s)first officerhelmsmanhistorianmedical officerpiratescientistsecurity officerStarfleet ranks

Other references

2000atmospherebaseballbeambirdbrainbridgecatcavecornCretaceousdaydiamonddinosaurearthquakeemeraldemotionflowerfoodgalaxygemstonegoldhistorylavalifeformlogicmountainplantpterodactylrubysickbaystadiumStarfleet uniformStarfleet uniform (early 2270s)telepathytransporter roomtyrannosaurus rexviewscreenvolcanoyearyellow dwarf star


Production history

Released on Peter Pan Star Trek record #15 along with three other stories.
Released on record #20 with a 20-page comic book.
Released on record #23 along with four other stories.



Related stories


Published Order
Previous story:
The Robot Masters
Peter Pan Records Next story:
The Human Factor

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