Transporting viewers to locations across the globe and back in time through tens of millions of years, Planet Dinosaur 3D brings to life the most awesome and amazing creatures that ever lived, rendered in visually stunning 3D technology. Most were discovered in the last 10 years and entailed a rewriting of the prehistory books.Palaeontologists now know that dinosaurs spread to every part of the globe, and evolved in ways so monstrous, horrific and bizarre they make T Rex look very tame indeed. Unlike any dinosaur show before it and shot in Stunning 3D CGI this is a... completely immersive visual experience studded with curious facts and jaw-dropping action as well as charismatic monsters brought to life on screen. Presenting a brand-new global perspective on the prehistoric era, the series recreates the creatures, their habitats and how they lived, from analysing their bones to watching them fight to the death. [show more]
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Please note this is a region B Blu-Ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-Ray player in order to play. Bought to us from the production team behind Walking With Dinosaurs , this special compact 3D version of Planet Dinosaur brings to life monsters stranger and scarier than anything ever seen in Jurassic Park. We see monsters that scientists never even knew existed until a few months ago being bought to life entirely in breathtaking 3D CGI. The series dramatically reveals the creatures, their habitats and how they lived, from analysing their bones to watching them fight to the death.
BBC documentary series which combines hi-tech computer graphics with the latest scientific findings to provide a new perspective on the lives of dinosaurs. The documentary focuses, in particular, on dinosaurs whose existence was only discovered in the past decade - a few of whom make T-Rex seem positively friendly. The physiology, hunting methods and behaviour of these dinosaurs are discussed with reference to the fossil findings which support these theories. Narration comes from John Hurt.