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Walking with Monsters

Walking with Monsters is a BBC documentary series narrated by Kenneth Branagh, dealing with the evolution of life in the Paleozonic. The series consists of three episodes which show nearly 300 million years of Paleozoic history, from the Cambrian Period (530 million years ago) to the Early Triassic Period (248 million years ago). The first episode "Water Dwellers" deals with water dwellers and their evolution, from the early Cambrian (530 million years ago) to the late Devonian (360 million years ago). The second episode "Reptile's Beginnings" early land dwellers and their evolution, from the late Carboniferous (300 million years ago) to the early Permian (280 million years ago). And the third and final episode "Clash of Titans" tells the evolutionary story from the late Permian (250 million years ago) to the early Triassic (248 million years ago).

Episode 1 - Water Dwellers
This episode deals with water dwellers and their evolution, from the early Cambrian (530 million years ago) to the late Devonian (360 million years ago).

Episode 2 - Reptile's Beginnings
This episode deals with early land dwellers and their evolution, from the late Carboniferous (300 million years ago) to the early Permian (280 million years ago).

Episode 3 - Clash of Titans
This episode tells the evolutionary story from the late Permian (250 million years ago) to the early Triassic (248 million years ago).


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Walking with Monsters - wikipedia
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