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Prepare to throw out your kids T.Rex toys and meet the real lizard kings.
Transporting viewers to locations across the planet and back through hundreds of millions of years, the six part series Planet Dinosaur brings to life the most amazing creatures that ever lived. This is unlike any dinosaur show viewers will have seen before: a completely immersive visual experience studded with curious facts, jaw-dropping action and charismatic monsters whose discovery entailed a re-write of the prehistory books.
More species of dinosaur have been discovered in the last decade or so than over the preceding 200 years. Paleontologists now know that dinosaurs ruled the planet for more than 250 million years, that they spread to every part of the globe and they evolved in ways more monstrous, more horrific and more bizarre than we ever imagined.
Such awesome creatures deserve a whole new way of bringing them back to life, and Planet Dinosaur does just that. It's a new and totally immersive experience – a world created entirely in CGI, combining 3D with CSI style graphics – to plunge the audience into this prehistoric world; re-creating their habitats, the creatures and how they lived, from the analysis of their bones to rebuilding the dinosaurs and watching them fight to the death. Audiences will get up-close and personal, experiencing dinosaurs in a more visceral and dynamic way than anything attempted before.
Featuring creatures from as far afield as Svalbard in Norway to South America, Planet Dinosaur reveals how the latest discoveries have led to a brand-new global perspective on the prehistoric era. Using a CGI globe, we reveal how the Earth looked in each time-period and even the environments these dinosaurs lived in.
The biggest, baddest and most alien of the new dinosaur discoveries feature in this series including the immense marine killer Predator X; Spinosaurus, a colossal 17m dinosaur which is a full four metres longer than T. Rex; the cannibalistic Majungasaurus, and the Mapusaurus, suspected of hunting in a mob and bringing down giants such as Argentinosaurus, the biggest animal to have ever walked the Earth.
There's also tantalising evidence that the dinosaurs uncovered so far were not even the largest of their species.