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[BBC] Walking with Dinosaurs (Complete)

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    BBC - Walking with Dinosaurs Complete Series
    English | AVI | XVID 1480 kbps 23.98 fps | 704 x 396 | MP3 128 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 1.82 GB
    Genre: Documentary
    Each episode of Walking with Dinosaurs focused on the lives of one or more "protagonists", depicting fictional and speculative events based mainly on inferences and the behavior of modern animals, produced in a style that mimicked traditional wildlife documentaries.

    1. "New Blood"

    The first episode filmed and broadcast. 220 Million Years Ago - Late Triassic; Arizona

    Filming location: New Caledonia
    Conditions: semi-desert with short rainy season. In the year of the episode, the rains are late.

    The episode followed a female Coelophysis as it tried to survive in the dry season. The Coelophysis was shown hunting a herd of Placerias, looking for weak members to prey upon. Early pterosaurs (specifically Peteinosaurus) were also featured, depicted cooling themselves in what little water was present during the drought. A female rauisuchian (Postosuchus, one of the largest carnivores alive at the time of the Triassic) was also shown following the Placerias herd. Still searching for food, the Coelophysis are shown discovering a burrow of the small mammal-like cynodont, Unfortunately one youngster strays too close and is eaten, The father cynodont attempts to protect the youngster, but to no avail. At night, the pair of cynodonts are shown eating their remaining young, then moving away. The female Postosuchus is later wounded by a Placerias's tusks, and is beaten out of its territory by a rival Postosuchus. Wounded, sick and without a territory, the female is killed and eaten by a pack of Coelophysis. Finally, the wet season comes again, and the Coelophysis have survived, along with the cynodont pair. The episode ends with the arrival of a herd of the prosauropod Plateosaurus, forshadowing the future dominance of giant sauropod dinosaurs as depicted in the second episode.

    2. "Time of the Titans"

    The second episode to be filmed and broadcast. 152 Million Years Ago - Late Jurassic - Colorado

    Filming locations: Redwood National Park (Fern Canyon), Chile, Tasmania, New Zealand
    Conditions: warm with mixture of forest and fern-prairies.

    This episode followed the life of a young female Diplodocus. After hatching, its siblings are burnt in a natural forest fire, eaten by two Allosaurus and an Ornitholestes, and accidentally speared by a Stegosaurus tail spikes. The young Diplodocus and one surviving sibling eventually locate and join a herd. The plains are also home to other herbivores, including Brachiosaurus and Stegosaurus, while small pterosaurs called Anurognathus feast on their parasites (a speculative behavior inspired by oxpecker birds in modern Africa). At the end of the episode, an Allosaurus attacks the Diplodocus, but she is saved when a larger Diplodocus lashes the predator with its whip-like tail.

    3. "Cruel Sea"

    The third episode filmed and broadcast. 149 Million Years Ago - Late Jurassic - Oxfordshire

    Filming locations: Bahamas, New Caledonia
    Conditions: shallow tropical sea with small islands.

    The Ophthalmosaurus breeding ceremony is the main event of the episode, but sharks and other predators, including Liopleurodon are on the hunt. The opening portrays a Liopleurodon snatching a Eustreptospondylus from the land, but there is no evidence of this ever occurring. (According to the producers, they were influenced by similar attacks by Killer Whales on land creatures.) In the end of the episode, a typhoon kills many male Rhamphorhynchus, and washes a female Liopleurodon ashore and she dies suffocated by her weight.

    4. "Giant of the skies"

    The fourth episode filmed and broadcast. 127 Million Years Ago - Early Cretaceous - Young Atlantic Ocean (Brazil, Cantabria)

    Filming locations: New Zealand, Tasmania
    onditions: Sea and coastlands.

    It stars an elderly male Ornithocheirus, a large pterosaur, who is on his way back from South America to the island of Cantabria in Europe to mate. He passes a nesting colony of Tapejara. He reaches the north tip of South America and crosses sea to North America. He passes a herd of Iguanodon who were migrating along a beach. He travels from America to Europe across the young Atlantic Ocean. He reaches a European island, off the coast of Britain, which in the book of the series is named Cornubia. He passes another herd of Iguanodon, who are being preyed on by a pack of Utahraptor. Eventually, the Ornithocheirus reaches his breeding site, but fails to get a mate as he cannot land in the best place in the middle of the breeding site, because on the way he had been delayed (by having to shelter from a storm under a cliff overhang) and the site was taken. In the end, he perishes on a beach of hunger, exhaustion, heat stress and old age.

    5."Spirits of the Ice Forest"

    The fifth episode filmed and broadcast. 106 Million Years Ago - Early Cretaceous, in the rift valley where Australia is beginning to separate from Antarctica.

    Conditions: Forest dominated by podocarps, very near South Pole (the sun did not rise for 5 months in the winter). The lopsided arrangement of the continents keeps ocean currents and strong monsoon winds blowing across the polar area, keeping it free of icecap and warm enough for forests to grow.
    Filming location: New Zealand

    This episode focuses on a flock of Leaellynasaura who are trying to survive the freezing winter and breed in the summer. The episode runs from end of winter to the next end of winter. At the beginning a female Koolasuchus eats a male Leaellynasaura which had died in the winter. During the summer a female dwarf allosaur hunts a male Leaellynasaura and a young Muttaburrasaurus . The Leaellynasaura usually escape, but during the noise and trampling and confusion caused by the Muttaburrasaurus migrating away north for the winter, the female allosaur catches and eats the juvenile member of the Leaellynasaura herd. A male Koolasuchus are on the hunt for the mother Leaellynasaura.

    6. "Death of a Dynasty"

    The sixth episode filmed and broadcast. 65.5 Million Years Ago - Late Cretaceous - Montana

    Conditions: Areas of low herbaceous plant cover, and forest, affected by volcanism. The episode shows some effects of the end-of-Cretaceous asteroid impact.
    Filming locations: Chile (Conguillio National Park), New Zealand

    This episode starts several months before the extinction of the dinosaurs. According to the book, the forests were shrinking and the Pierre Seaway between Laramidia and Appalachia was slowly drying up from the north. The main character is a female Tyranosaurus, who abandons her nest because all the eggs in it were infertile. She mates and nests again, lays 12 eggs, of which 3 hatch. One of the babies disappears, most likely eaten by the other two. The mother is wounded by a blow from an Ankylosaurus's tail-club and dies later of internal injuries and a broken femur. Her babies die when the dinosaurs become extinct by the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, which, in the series is caused by a gigantic meteor that collides with earth in the Gulf of Mexico.
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