Walking with Dinosaurs
Walking with Dinosaurs is a BBC nature documentary series narrated by Kenneth Branagh, showing the life of dinosaurs from their emergence to extinction. The series recreates the life of the Mesozoic - the Age of Dinosaurs - using computer-generated imagery and animatronics. The series consists of six episodes: New Blood; Time of the Titans; Cruel Sea; Giant of the Skies; Spirits of the Ice Forest; and Death of a Dynasty. Each episode of the series deals with a particular era and the life of dinosaurs of the era from 220 million years ago (late Triassic) to 65.5 million years ago (late Cretaceous).
Walking with Dinosaurs: Episode 01 - New Blood
220 million years ago - late Triassic: the dawn of dinosaurs.
Walking with Dinosaurs: Episode 02 - Time of the Titans
152 million years ago - late Jurassic: huge land dinosaurs focusing on the life of a Diplodocus from hatching to sub-adult.
Walking with Dinosaurs: Episode 03 - Cruel Sea
149 million years ago - late Jurassic: marine reptiles focusing on the Ophthalmosaurus breeding ceremony.
Walking with Dinosaurs: Episode 04 - Giant of the Skies
127 million years ago - early Cretaceous: flying reptiles focusing on a journey of a male Ornithocheirus, the largest pterosaur at the time.
Walking with Dinosaurs: Episode 05 - Spirits of the Ice Forest
106 million years ago - mid Cretaceous: dinosaurs living in polar region, focusing on a clan of Leaellynasaura as they struggle to survive in the south polar region.
Walking with Dinosaurs: Episode 06 - Death of a Dynasty
65.5 million years ago - late Cretaceous: the extinction of dinosaurs.
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Walking with Dinosaurs is a six-part documentary television mini-series that was produced by the BBC, narrated by Kenneth Branagh, and first aired in the UK in 1999.
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This is a BBC documentary series narrated by Kenneth Branagh, dealing with the evolution of life in the Paleozoic.
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This is a BBC documentary about life on Earth in the Cenozoic, from the late Cretaceous (65.5 million years ago) to the late Pleistocene (30,000 years ago).