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Walking with Dinosaurs: The year is 65.5 million BC, and the time is 11:59pm for the dinosaurs. Volcanic activity has begun to choke the land, and dinosaurs are suffering. Few eggs are hatching, poisoned by the toxins in the air. Dinosaurs are on the decline, while mammals are thriving. The pterosaurs are all but gone, replaced by birds, and a massive asteroid is on its final journey to Earth. In this world, the most infamous carnivore stalks the land, the mighty Tyrannosaurus.

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Title: Death of a Dynasty
Air Date: November 08, 1999
Runtime: 30 mins
Genres: Documentary
Countries: UK Germany
Actors: Kenneth Branagh

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Posted by ljmar_1 4 years, 7 months ago
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And, wanted to ad that due to studies with the skeletal remains, scientists can decipher what kind of breath and sound passed through the passages of air in the skeletal remains if air and vocal fossal remains. This BBC is most seemingly accurate in it\'s educated guess. The assumptions on behavior based on ancient carbon and other testing is ingenious.....yay.

Posted by ljmar_1 4 years, 7 months ago
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Ok this is the feeling I got. Excellant graphics. However a glorified view of the ruthlessness of Mr. and Mrs. T-Rex. I feel these beings were violent and most violent in their search for meat. It could mean their children or spouces. They moved quickly. Just because they weighed 5 tons doesn\'t mean they couldn\'t move lighting fast with the power of their legs. These beings gave me a sense of horror. Anything that got in their way that could be meat and did not serve the romantic purpose of a seduction scene could be remorsely torn apart. That\'s why they were such loners. 5/5 too slow, but wow, and they might have even had ... feathers?

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