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Walking with Dinosaurs is the world's first natural history of dinosaurs. Using leading-edge computer technology and animatronics, this epic series shows dinosaurs as never before — it lets us travel back in time to watch living, breathing dinosaurs in their natural habitat. Imagine you could witness a prehistoric sunset — imagine you're watching insectivorous pterosaurs chase moths in the moist evening air and bull Triceratops lock horns over a young female. This is no longer a dream. Tracing the 160-million-year history of dinosaurs, from their first appearance to their abrupt demise, Walking with Dinosaurs makes that distant world seem just as if it existed today.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoNew Blood||The story begins in 220 million years BC when ancient reptiles ruled a land dominated by desert. One group of reptiles in particular is about to take over the world.||29:14||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoTime of the Titans||This is the story of one of the largest animals to walk the Earth - the mighty, long-necked Sauropod. Growing to a size of 30 tonnes, these creatures' constant grazing helped to shape the Jurassic landscape.||29:01||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoCruel Sea||149 million years ago, Oxfordshire was almost entirely submerged in an ocean world ruled not by dinosaurs, but by marine reptiles. This episode tells the story of the violent annual struggle for life here, as hundreds of Ophthalmosaurus come into the shallows to give birth, attracting predators like the Liopleurodon, the biggest of all the carnivores.||28:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoGiant of the Skies||The skies of 127 million years ago were dominated by huge flying reptiles, some as large as aeroplanes. We follow an extraordinary journey undertaken by a Pterosaur. Flying for thousands of miles over continents and oceans to reach his breeding grounds, for this ageing giant of the sky, the journey is his last.||29:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoSpirits of the Ice Forest||100 million years ago Antarctica was covered in trees. For half the year the dinosaurs basked in 24 hour sunshine but the other half was a long winter of freezing twilight. A group of delicate plant-eating dinosaurs called Leaellynasaura struggle to survive these seasons of extremes, and to stay one step ahead of the polar predators.||29:13||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoDeath of a Dynasty||It is 65 million years ago, and as the Cretaceous period draws to a close, the world is poisoned by massive volcanic activity. A mighty Tyrannosaurus battles to rear her young, but her efforts are in vain. A giant comet heading for Earth is destined to mark the end of the age of the dinosaurs and to transform life on earth forever.||29:13||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Great show, no soundtrack
Walking with dinosaurs is an awesome show, but itunes needs to get the soundtrack. Seriously.
My son is 2 and a half and is just getting into dinosaurs... these inexpensive 1/2 hour episodes are wonderful for him to see the "real scary dinosaurs". He just loves them and they are full of stuff I had no clue about (and I thought I was up to date on dinosaurs). They are just wonderful!
I used to watch this all the time when I was around 9 or 10 years old, at least once a week (and I'm a girl, mind you).
Years have gone by, I'm in college now, and I remembered this show. I loved it, not only the great visuals (for its time) but the useful and intriguing facts. I'm experiencing so much nostalgia over it, in fact, that I'm buying it again.
Oh, to be a kid again.