Hey, to all of you that haven't seen it the classic BBC documentary 'Walking With Dinosaurs' is a fantastic production. I've owned a copy every since it came out (It must have been more than ten or twelve years ago now) and it really is a fantastic experience for all dino fans. I also think that it helps give us ideas as to what we'd like to see in the new film- as it gives us a broad view of not just dinosaurs but pterosaurs and plesiosaurs as well, ranging from the triassic to the creataceous periods. To all those interested - also Check out Sea Monsters 3D by National Geographic which is also a great watch; really goes into detail with the aqua dinos.
most of the films about dinos by national geographic or are affiliated with them mainly come out really awesome i remember a year ago or so there was this one film/documentary and there was 3 dinos and the film followed the life of them until there deaths or something never quite got to the end of it... quite a shame actually, but there was 3 dinos there was patches the velociraptor *he had feathers in his early years* uh i think a t rex or something* and a sub species of trike i really like the documentaries like that :D
Life cannot be contained, it breaks walls, crashes through barriers sometimes painfully, but uh... Life uh, finds a way
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