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National Geographic: Dinosaur Discoveries Box Set (3 Discs)

Released on 24 May 2010

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Dino Autopsy: They call him Dakota, one of the most complete dinosaur mummies ever discovered, and after 67 million years of rest, National Geographic will bring him to life in Dino Autopsy. This rare find is one of the most important dinosaur discoveries in recent time. It makes every other dinosaur weve seen look like road kill, according to Dr. Phil Manning, the paleontologist leading the research. Unlike previous fossil finds of just bones and teeth, Dakota has survived millions of years still intact, with fossilised skin, tissue and perhaps even muscles, organs and DNA - a complete 3-dimensional dinosaur. Join Manning and his team of scientists at The University of Manchester, as they unearth the tomb and unlock the secrets of this prehistoric treasure, bringing us closer than ever before to how dinosaurs really looked, moved and survived in National Geographics Dino Autopsy.

Dino Deathtrap: 'The Pit of Death' is what some scientists are calling it, others 'Dinosaur Pompeii'. Envision dinosaur corpses stacked one on top of each other, piled four to five high; But not just any dinosaurs, new, well-preserved skeletons - many that have never been known before. A bizarre T-Rex ancestor, a triceratops ancestor, an ancient crocodilian, and nearly 40 more different species dating back 160 million years ago, a time when little is known about dinosaur history.

National Geographic travels to western China with a team of paleontologists as they unearth answers to a virtual black hole in dinosaur evolution. Watch as the bones are examined, reconstructed and brought back to life, and slowly probe the mystery of what these dinosaurs were, how they died and what they can tell us about the Lost Age of the Dinosaurs.

Reconstructing T-Rex: How could a tiny Tyrannosaurus Rex baby grow into a six-ton super carnivore? Dinosaur builder Hall Train and renowned paleoartist Jason Brougham will team up with some top scientists to attempt to bring a new vision of T-Rex to life. Will they be able to uncover the truth about this fascinating animal and create the worlds most accurate, fully skinned, mechanical replica of a walking juvenile T-Rex?

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CertificateExempt from Classification
LanguagesEnglish
Duration2 hours and 36 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.