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DVDs:Animals and Nature:Prehistoric Predators DVD Set
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Prehistoric Predators DVD Set

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Overview

Travel back in time and go face-to-face with the most ferocious animal giants of the Ice Age—the saber-toothed cat, the short-faced bear, and the dire wolf. Using heart-racing computer animation, National Geographic's Prehistoric Predators brings these lethal creatures to life in a startling portrait of their wild existence and puzzling extinction in the ancient Americas.


Learn how these remarkable creatures wielded power over the prehistoric kingdom's largest beasts and how they disappeared. Find out why their smaller, present-day cousins survived. Join leading paleontologists as they uncover fossilized bones of these super-predators, revealing details about their lives and disappearance from the Earth.


Bonus feature: interactive timeline.


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Details

  • 2 discs; 135 minutes
  • © 2007

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5.0

Awesome documentry

By Nada

from Upper Gully, Melb

About Me Casual Viewer

Pros

  • Captures The Imagination
  • Emotionally Engaging
  • Great Cinematography

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Adult Viewers

    Comments about Prehistoric Predators DVD Set:

    This documentry is not for the faint-hearted. It's got lots of blood and gore but also there isn't that much animation. They pronounce a few names wrong. Well, bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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