Paula Louise Salvador has had great adventures as a documentary film maker and writer. The scariest was when she stood under the ribs of a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton. The most fun was filming dinosaur dig-sites from a helicopter. On the dangerous side, she had to dodge alligators in Mississippi. Finally, it was a tiny dinosaur that captured Paula’s heart. For her documentary “DINOSAUR BABIES: THE NORTH AMERICAN STORY”, Paula held the fossilized egg of a little Troödon. He was curled up inside, just about to hatch. That’s where Paula’s story of Trygg The Dinosaur begins.
Two young dinosaurs from opposite sides of the floodplain bump into each other by chance. He's a small meat-eater, and she's a big plant-eater. They've got no parents, no food, no friends. They're supposed to be enemies, but they decide to stick together instead. It's not easy. When she gets caught with him, she ends up banished from her herd.