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Colorado, USA- 152 million years B.C. This episode follows a young female Diplodocus, starting with her infancy in the Late Jurassic forests where she must evade predators like the birdlike... See full summary »

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Tim Haines, Jasper James

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Georgann Kane
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Kenneth Branagh ... Narrator (voice)
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Colorado, USA- 152 million years B.C. This episode follows a young female Diplodocus, starting with her infancy in the Late Jurassic forests where she must evade predators like the birdlike Ornitholestes. Later, as she moves out of the forests, she comes into contact with giants such as Stegosaurus and Brachiosaurus and must survive attacks from the giant predatory Allosaurus. Written by Dutch90

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TV-14
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11 October 1999 (UK) See more »

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Chile See more »

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Studies made after this show had been produced suggest that Sauropods actually had their nostrils on the front of their head. For the last couple of decades, they have mostly been pictured as having them on their "forehead" or on the top of their head, between the eyes. Thus, in a strange turn of fate, the older, outdated restorations are actually more correct than most of the newer ones in this respect. Another aspect of these animals that has been reevaluated is their neck-posture. According to the program, Diplodocus and related dinosaurs had stiff necks that they kept close to the ground. Scientists now say they held them at an angle of 45°. See more »

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When the baby Diplodocus are inspecting the skeleton, there is a line on the top of the screen where the background is visible through the foreground objects, revealing that they've been added into the shot digitally and cropped incorrectly. This, as well as most other image cropping errors, was fixed on later DVD releases. See more »

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Narrator: Sauropods dominate the late Jurassic, and it will be millions of years before new dinosaur herbivores evolve to replace them. With their passing, life will never again be this large.
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Spin-off Dinosaur World (2002) See more »

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At Jurassic came up the Giants !!!
14 May 2019 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

In this second episode this priceless BBB's documentary, it's time for Giants in early Jurassic era, the most well-know and acquainted to us the huge and harmless Diplodocus, yes those giant herbivore who has a long neck to reach at most highest three, as appears on Jurassic Park, also has another who has an strange habit they let their pups under a safely forest until they grew up enough to be back on wide ground, this era was marked by huge ones like Brachiosaurus and the most dreaded of all the Allosaurus, in those time the earth had just two season, the raining and the drought season, those distinct time gave the great opportunity to Dinosaurs growing up to astonishing dimensions, another great product from the amazing and unmatched BBC!!!

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First watch: 2010 / How many: 2 / Source: DVD / Rating: 9


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