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National Geographic: Dinosaur Collection [5 Discs] [DVD]

  • SKU: 18637863
  • Release Date: 08/03/2010
  • Rating: NR
  • 5.0 (2)
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Special Features

  • Interactive trailers
  • Prehistoric predators: monster shark
  • Prehistoric predators: terror bird

Synopsis

National Geographic: Bizarre Dinosaurs
This National Geographic documentary features information about some of the strangest looking dinosaurs who roamed the earth before mankind. Viewers will learn about Spinosaurus, an animal with one of the strangest backbones in the history of evolution, Parasaurolophus, and Chasmosaurus. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure
Produced in association with National Geographic, Sean Phillips' Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure utilizes state-of-the-art three dimensional photography in order to tell the tale of Dolly, a prehistoric sea creature who negotiates the waters at a time when a sea divides North America into two parts. The film alternates between these fictional recreations, and modern scientists exploring these areas in the present day. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

National Geographic: Dino Autopsy
For obvious reasons, modern paleontology draws inexorably from conjecture and hypothesis. Scientists typically unearth the small bones or teeth sturdy enough to withstand fossilization, and then draw deductive conclusions about dinosaurs based upon those small elements. The notion of an entire dinosaur mummy, preserved from the Paleolithic Age, is almost unheard of, so when scientists landed on just such a find, it marked a truly extraordinary occurrence and a historical first - offering paleontologists rare and invaluable insights into how prehistoric beasts moved and functioned. The program National Geographic: Dino Autopsy documents this event, details the inferences drawn from it, and speculates on the implications for modern Paleolithic science. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

National Geographic Explorer: T. Rex Walks Again
National Geographic: Dinosaurs Decoded
Paleontologists examine new evidence that suggests what were thought to be different dinosaur species may simply be the same species at different stages of development. ~ Karen Andzejewicz, Rovi

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