Prehistoric Creatures

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National Geographic Premiered Jan 01, 2008 Unknown

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  • Season 1
    • SuperCroc
      Episode 4
      1/1/08
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      Doctors Paul Sereno and Brady Barr are on the trail of a massive 35' ancient crocodile! Herpetologist Brady Barr, inveterate croc lover, wants to know a lot more about where his favorite creature came from and how it evolved. To find the answers he seeks out paleontologist Paul Sereno, who is out in the desert in the process of unearthing an incredible example of a huge, ancient crocodile that went by the name of Sarcosuchus. This show, originally a National Geographic Explorer special, takes you with these scientists as they wrestle with crocodiles and get up-close-and-personal with a variety of ferocious reptiles.moreless
    • Sky Monsters
      Episode 3
      1/1/08
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      Relive the age when monsters ruled the skies! Join scientists making astonishing new discoveries about the stunning diversity and complexity of pterosaurs - the largest creatures ever to take wing! Trek from America to Mongolia, Niger and beyond as new finds begin to solve the mystery of how pterosaurs lived, flew, and hunted during their 150 million-year reign. See what happens when (computer-animated) pterosaurs meet dinosaurs, as they did millions of years ago. Experience the thrill of scientists working to re-create one of nature's most sophisticated wing designs as they build a flying scale-model pterosaur. From sparrow-size pterosaurs, to a giant with wings wider than a fighter jet, it's a larger-than-life encounter with "Sky Monsters!"moreless
    • In 1922, American paleontologist Roy Chapman Andrews led an archeological expedition into Mongolia's Gobi Desert and uncovered one of the richest dinosaur graveyards in the world. Political conflicts forced him to leave before he had even scratched the surface of the treasure below. In 1997, two paleontologists from the American Museum of Natural History were finally allowed to return, retracing Chapman's steps and unearthing some groundbreaking finds of their own. With spectacular on-location filming, archival footage from Chapman's expedition and impressive computer animation, it's an amazing journey back in time to a lost world where ancient giants once roamed.moreless
    • 1/1/08
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      Go behind the scenes to unearth some of the world's most stunning dinosaur finds as National Geographic reveals a surprising never-before-seen side of these prehistoric giants. Showcasing the latest dinosaur discoveries, this 3-in-1 dinosaur bonanza includes: Africa's Dinosaur Giants Dinosaur Egg Hunt - a National Geographic photographer travels the world to capture extraordinary images of dinosaur eggs and babies.moreless
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