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How come BBC still hasn't remake this series or made a good prehistoric documentary after nearly 19 years. I thought with so many interesting recent foundings, Jurassic World, and TV being more bolder on making high budget shows, we might get a new show.

Also WWD discussion, post your favorite creatures & episode.
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Look at the thumb nail lol
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>>93137263
no one over 10 believes in dinosaurs, kid
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>BBC
is it... diverse? are all races of dinosaurs equally represented?
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>>93137263
>How come BBC still hasn't remake this series or made a good prehistoric documentary after nearly 19 years.

because dinosaurs is racist
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>>93137263
>or made a good prehistoric documentary after nearly 19 years.
Planet Dinosaur is terrific.
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I do remember 2017 having slightly more dinosaur related news than I expect in a year, and I'm pretty sure Walking with Dinosaurs was huge in its time.
On the other hand I don't think BBC makes things that aren't shit anymore
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>>93137263
No one wants to watch Dinosaurs with feathers
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>>93137338
>Shaky cam
>Using the same sound effect for every dinosaurs
>Every episode is just about some big carnivore dino munching on the smaller ones
At least that venomous dinosaur & the giant pterosaur was cool.
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>>93137501
It's still the best one by far.
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>>93137263
I loved Walking with Dinosaurs. The story of the quetzalcoatlus flying halfway around the world to get laid only to die a virgin really resonated with me.
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>>93137338
>>93137501
Dinosaur Planet > Planet Dinosaur
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>>93137629
That was actually the Ornithocheirus
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>>93137263
Not enough blacks and women.
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>>93137666
Dinosaur planet is over dramatized american trash.
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>>93137263
>watch WWD recently
>WWD makes a claim
>literally no way you can confirm this claim

man oh man
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>>93137629
Didn't the narrator said that particular old male used to be an alpha that already has a lot of offsprings? It's still a tragic way to go, but he definitely doesn't die as a virgin.
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>>93137743
Yeah fucked plenty, the only reason he died is because his spot where he used to fuck was taken and he couldn't land elsewhere.
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>>93137666
>>93137704
I remember there is an episode with a raptor stranded in an island filled with 'dwarf' version of the mainland dinosaurs. It's not too bad, back then when I don't know about feathered dinosaurs, it makes me confused why they all look like giant birds.
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>>93137728
Why I like Planet Dinosaur.
They quickly shift to showing where they've found fossils, how they fit together, bite marks and which dinosaur caused them, what that area was like x million years ago.
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>>93137704
It wasn't any more dramatized than Walking With Dinosaurs.
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>>93137263
They're too busy rewriting British history for their nignog fetishes.
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>>93137338

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYniD_MQ7Rg
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>>93137906
I'd argue that WWD's dramatization is slightly more realistic since they based it on real animal behavior.

>>93137904
Yeah, those are pretty neat.
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>>93137315
>no T-Rex in Planet Dinosaur

They are obviously pandering to minorities now.
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>>93138390
It stands for communist faggots. Even the 80 IQ could have deduced that you silly donut.
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>>93137263
I loved this as a kid. I still have the Allosaurus tape. Not long ago I actually caught it on tv and turned it on for nostalgia but they replaced the British narrator with some generic sounding American guy. I was fucking pissed. Ruined the whole thing desu.
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>>93138582
Discovery Kids had a version narrated by Ben Stiller and Christian Slater
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https://youtu.be/vDqCtqDhHlE
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>>93137338
It wasn't. It looked like ass then and worse now. WWD still looks great today
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>>93139918
What you're feeling is nostalgia.
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>>93139918
WWD looked crap when it came out
Jurassic Park and Lost World have the definitive dino effects
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>>93140105
Watched it with my nephew 2 years ago, looked fantastic.

PD was full CGI and looked shit
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>>93137302
greetings Chris Suárez, Kentucky creationism museum cleaner
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big brontosaurus cock
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>>93138027
These things make T-Rexs look like a complete joke.
>As tall as a Giraffe
>Up to a 10 meter wingspan
>Could also walk on all fours
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>>93137263
Dinosaurs are embarrassing these days, they look like giant chickens
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>>93137263
maybe because they totally ripped of the original creator and he hates them.
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What was your reaction seeing this for the first time /tv/?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve3m8phIVno
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>>93137302
>t. el ogro de las americas
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>>93143988
Only small therapods are believed to have been lightly covered in feathers, and even that’s been challenged.
The idea that all Dinosaurs were matted head to toe in feathers is just spread by idiots who believe clickbaiting idiots who didn’t even bother reading scientific abstracts.
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>>93142414
the actual creationism museum is in Australia tho
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>>93144300
Walking with beasts was always better than Walking with dinosaurs. Also,
>that intro/ending theme at 1:35
I'd love to hear music like that in more movies.
Hell, imagine a full on walking with beasts film adaption. Probably more focused on the mammoth bit.
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Better question is why there is no kino about the triassic period and its alien as fuck dinosaus
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>>93143988
More like a six foot turkey
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>>93137904
Planet dinosaur was fine but I'll always have a small grudge against it as long as I live.
>on tiny bbc "walking with" and dinosaur themed website
>a bunch of comfy little games, the best one being...
>"the ballad of big al" which is basically a choose your own adventure dinosaur simulator, where you have to grow up as an allosaur
>months later check back up on it
>it's gone and there is no trace of it, get fucking annoyed
>check again months later, click game link and get redirected to Planet Dinosaur™ game
>The game is really shitty, no idea why they bothered to change this ancient link to go to a new game rather than just leaving it dead
>feels like they're rubbing it in your face with the new godawful game
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>>93137263
No budget for science programming m. All budget goes towards diversity projects.
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>>93146393
*blocks your path*
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>>93137263
they cant put black people in it
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>>93146323
Anon.....
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>>93147126
wasn't the one on the right a herbivore?
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>>93147197
Yo gotta defend the guap when a fish nigga trys to finesse
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>you will never see a full length documentary about mesozoic mammals

They were our ancestors. It's not fair.
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>>93137263
haha dino bum
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The Carboniferous is weird af.

Most underrated period tbqh.

>go back in time to Carboniferous
>light a match
>destroy an entire continent
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>>93137263
i love the shitting Diplodocus shots.
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>>93147683
>Tfw you will never fuck the egg tube of the diplodocus
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>>93147407
>DUDE NOTHING COULD BREAK DOWN TREES FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS YO
You are a fucking dumbass
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>>93137263
>BRAAAAAAP
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>>93148355
imagine how massive dino farts were
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>>93137263
Muslims don't believe in dinosaurs
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>>93138027
>>93143936
i’ve never seen so much nope contained in one animal
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>>93147319
Walking With Beasts?
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>>93138027
i want a movie about hatzegopteryx
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If you want to fuck a dinosaur, is that bestiality?
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>Walking with Dinosaurs reboot announced
>Narrated by Bill Nye and Neil DeGrasse Tyson
>Season 1 episode listing:
>Dinosaurs and the changing climate
>The Middle East, 14,000,000 years ago
>For Dinosaurs, gender is fluid too
>The evolution of feathers
>Dinosaur bones and the women who find them

Is it Kino?
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>>93148764
Will it have a song about cloacha junk
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>>93138027
pity it got downgraded to a pterosaurlet later
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>come to this thread to discuss comfy dino kino
>it’s just a bunch of feather meme posts and shit political bait
Why do I come here
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>>93149046
>that many pepe pics
Pepe has his place, but the only time there should be that many on one screen is when you are viewing a pepe specific folder. Same could be said about anything else really.
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>>93146374
I remember those games. There was one where you had to put bones back in their anatomical position on different animals from all three Walking With series. Kino shit
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>>93148725
>tfw you will never make passionate love to your raptor wife.
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>>93148954

AW FUCK
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>>93148392
have a zippo on hand and you have an instant combat-viable flamethrower
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Dinosaurs did not have feathers.
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>>93151000
Honey, you need to be very tough now.
Some had feathers. But not all and not all had full body.
Hope that helps you a little bit.
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>>93151642
Why do you need to get so triggered if you are so sure that you're right?
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>>93151000
Why is hard to believe we have some birds that would literally look like dinos if their feathers are plucked. We used to be covered in hair only a few minutes ago
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>>93152021
Calm down, i dont want you to live in a fantasy world and tilt if you see the reality. Sorry my fault.
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>>93151000
Yes they did. Multiple specimens have been found with feathers, even going back to the Jurassic.
Birds are dinosaurs.
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>tfw no sex.
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>>93146323
They aren't dinosaurs.
The dinosaurs in the Triassic came only in the late Triassic and they weren't very diverse.
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>>93152083
I'm not saying dinosaurs didn't evolve into birds, they might have evolved into lizard people for all I know. I just find it impossible to believe that had feathers.
>We used to be covered in hair only a few minutes ago.
Speak for yourself pal.
>>93152281
Specimens could have been tampered with.
>>93152233
It's just funny how when you go against what the hivemind has blindly accepted to be true, when you are against some people or imply that they're wrong how upset they become.
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>>93138027
The scale of that is sooooooo off. That is much larger than the dimensions that were being described. Then it was preying on sauropods and crashing through fucking trees!
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>>93152592
Oh sorry I assumed you were not a complete idiot before, my bad
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>>93152592
>hivemind has blindly accepted to be true
But its true, there are evidence. So you just make yourself some deny-guy that is too autistic.

>that they're wrong how upset they become.
Thats where you still interpret things which suits your narrative. i was never upset, just trying to use a mockery tone like you did in your post.
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>>93152658
Yeah it's ridiculous. There were small sauropods though like Vulcanodon and some even smaller ones.
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>>93152658
>>93152891
What i find more awkward, the sauropod still is heavy, but he can lift him and eat him. That would break his neck or suffocate him. My opinion is that he stabbed the sauropde to death than tear him apart.
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>>93152592
>I just find it impossible to believe that had feathers.
what about the overwhelming fossil evidence that says dinosaurs had feathers.
>1996 feathered sinosauropteryx fossil is discovered
>1998 shuvuuia fossil covered in a feathered coating, testing reveals them to be directly analogous to bird feathers
>1999 beipaosaurus fossil covered in downy feathers, the largest feathered dinosaur known at the time
>2000 microraptor fossil discovered with wings, the colors of the feathers are later determined in 2012
>2002 psittacosaurus fossil discovered with quill like structures similar to feathers, first indication of any ornithischian dinosaur with feather-like filaments
>2004 dilong fossil discovered with simple protofeathers, first evidence of feathers on tyrannosaurids
>2007 velociraptor fossils discovered to have quill knobs similar to those in bird bones where flight feathers are located
>2012 yutyrannus, another primitive tyrannosaurid is discovered coated with a layer of feathers, it is currently the largest known dinosaur with direct evidence of feathers at nearly 30 feet long
>2015 yi qi has bat wings and if you don't think that's the coolest shit then you can get out of my face
>2016 dinosaur tail covered in feathers preserved in amber
and i skipped a lot, there's over 40 species that we know or can infer have feathers based on fossil evidence. not every dinosaur had feathers as we have direct fossil evidence of several dinosaurs still being scaly like ankylosaurs, hadrosaurs and large theropods like abelisaurs, but yes, some dinosaurs had feathers. i think it's silly for people to jump to the conclusion that certain species of dinosaurs were feathered because we can't prove they didn't have feathers though, i'd prefer to wait until evidence comes in before making big claims like t. rex was definitely feathered. i wouldn't even mind if it was, i just want to see the evidence first beyond its relation to yutyrannus.
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>>93153835
Not the guy you responded to.

What really confuses me is why people are so heavily against this idea. What offends people so much about feathers on dinosaurs? I do not think it would look as cool but why all the hate?
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>>93146374
fuck, you played that shit too?
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>>93154334
people think that it "ruins dinosaurs" or that it's "meme science." never mind that before jurassic park came along people thought dinosaurs were lumbering lizards that looked like scaly kangaroos dragging their tails on the ground, now it's progress that they don't like because birds are stupid and dumb. they don't care enough to do the research to find that many dinosaurs are still scaly, including theropods and sauropods, they jump on the same idiotic all dinosaurs had feathers bandwagon that hardcore featherfags jump onto and just say that dinosaurs are ruined forever because some were fuzzy and some looked like birds. it's just denial because they're being told what they grew up being familiar with is wrong, even though i guarantee most of the people bitching about it here were born well after substantial discoveries were even made regarding feathers.
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>>93152658
if you look in the comments, apparently this was on an island that is now romania where there was a dwarfism effect. so all those sauropods were actually the size of horses
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>>93153835
>2016 dinosaur tail covered in feathers preserved in amber
the fact that some people still deny that some of them had feathers after this shit is amazing
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>>93154703
not to mention it was discovered 16 years after this
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>not watching Andy's Dinosaur Adventures
unironically better than crap discovery channel does
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>>93154819
and 20 years after this. this isn't news, it's information older than the people bitching about it.
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>>93137263
>tfw I still own Walking with Dinosaurs on VHS
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>yfw the baby t-rexes get obliterated by the meteor in the last episode
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>>93153835
>>93154703
Wow! Amazing coincidence that there's all this evidence coming up after they came up with theory.
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guise
guise what if
like
dude
what if some dinos had feathers and other dinos didn’t?
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>>93152891
BANE?
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>>93154953
skeletons have always been birdlike, for fuck's sake the name ornithischian literally means bird hipped. there was evidence to support that dinosaurs evolved into birds in 1897 with the discovery of archaeopteryx. that's almost exactly a hundred fucking years before sinosauropteryx was discovered. this isn't some new conspiracy to ruin dinosaurs because that makes no fucking sense and benefits nobody, it's a hypothesis that's been around for ages.
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>>93154622
I take back my mean comment, then

I was misinformed. A great lesson has been learned on this day.
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Is this episode mommy-kino?
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>>93155394
when you get your neet ass kicked out of the house
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>>93154953
>these discoveries clash with my previously held beliefs about the subject so these discoveries must all be a plot/conspiracy
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*blocks your mothers milk*
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>>93155394

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh2iyPmucFk
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>>93137263

>BBC
>Remake this series

Get ready for all the dinosaurs to be black because paleontology is a whitewash.
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>>93156267
you're just looking for things to be fucking upset about you giant baby
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>walking with dinosaurs was 20 years ago
Holy fuck I'm old
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>>93146374
>>93149349
>>93154552

Muh niggas Ballad of Big Al was the shit
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>>93156310

Cunt that'd be funny as fuck
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fuck that; new dragon documentary when?

https://youtu.be/8FIDeOOL52Q
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>>93156267
change the record, cletus
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>>93148598
That show was about the Cenozoic, the era that we're in now. I'm talking about mammals living in the Mesozoic, the age of non-avian dinosaurs. Sure, they were not the largest or most spectacular creatures, but they were not restricted to being the innocuous mouse-analogues that they're always depicted as, far from it.

More of our time as mammals has been spent along with dinosaurs than without them. It's a story worth exploring imo.
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>>93137904
>these graphs that have to look all fancy
>no figures at all

HAHAHAHA THE MUTT MEMES ARE TRUE
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>>93146374
yoooo, thank you for reminding me of that game. Holy fuck I died almost every time before reaching adult hood
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>>93155027
Listen pal, if you won't fall into the featherfag camp OR the scalecuck camp I'm gonna have to ask you to leave.
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>>93157004

I got to adulthood once then I tried to mount a female and she bit my head off

Life
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Beasts>Dinosaurs>Monsters

Prove me wrong.
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dinosaurs never existed.
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>>93157580
>this is what retards believe
I bet youre american
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>>93157491
I can't. Impeccable taste my friend.
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Wasn't there a show done by the BBC where some marine biologist travelled to the dangerous seas in history. Pretty sure a lot of the creature models were similar to the ones from the walking with series.

Swear that shit spooked me from ever swimming in the open ocean.
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where my the future is wild niggas at
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>tfw no new documentary that takes place in the Neocene or passed it, or even a planet that was colonized by people who either died out or had to leave and left behind a few species that survived a millenia afterward
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>>93158093
Trash because shitty CG
After man is much better because stop-motion
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>>93157993
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>>93156731
>>93158093
>>93158170
>tfw they don't make speculative biology kino anymore
Were we born just to suffer?
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>>93137904
>>93137338
The animation in Palnet Dinosaur is an absolute fucking joke, lazy sound design, bad cgi backgrounds. If you want an information on dinosaurs and dont care about visuals, go read a fucking book
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Definitive Dino doc rankings

WWD>Dinosaur Planet=When Dinosaurs Roamed America>Last Day of the Dinosaurs
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>>93146374
>>93149349
>>93156371
>>93154552
I made a petition to bring it back a couple years ago, didnt get many sigs but feel free to sign it if you want.
https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/petition-to-bbc-to-bring-back-the-walking-with
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>>93137263
>muh feathers
no
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>>93158922
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>>93158713
i sent them an email about it a while back. got a response saying they wouldn't change it back because the page has been archived and they have a pretty strict policy on that. basically we can go fuck ourselves and we'll never play the game again. the only thing i can think of is maybe finding the guy who programmed it in the first place but i have no idea how to find that information, either that or flat our rebuild the game from the ground up based entirely on memory.
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>>93159480
>Will never get to larp as an Allosaurus again
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>>93137263
Maybe it is still good enough? Dunno, were there any world-shattering new discoveries in the last 20 years other than spinosaurus was actually a water dwelling pussy?
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>>93159960
they found a dinosaur tail that still had feathers on it because it was preserved in amber last year, so that was a pretty big deal
>feathers that are tens of millions of years old
blew my fucking mind desu
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>>93159960
If you only knew, we're living in a golden age of dinosaur discoveries.
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>>93160071
Yeah, I remember. The cloning question came up again, as always. But I guess this wasn't good enough for a remake of Walking With Dinosaurs.
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>>93160185
i’m so mad that the full lifespan of DNA is only 6.8 million years
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>>93137263
>How come BBC still hasn't remake this series or made a good prehistoric documentary after nearly 19 years.

because normies still think dinosaurs were reptiles with scales and BBC would present them as they actually were, demonic looking birds covered in feathers

and normies would riot because it would contradict their retarded head canon
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>>93160329
not all of them had feathers though
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>>93137263
Walking with Cavemen was also really good. Also BBC.
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I loved this show so much.
>amazing cgi for the time
>actual practical effects and models which look impeccable
>based Kenneth Branagh narrating
>postosuchus, liopluerodon, allosaurus, ornithicarus, the list goes on
>so much fucking merchandise
I doubt there’ll be another show like it but I am so ready.
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>>93160248
This long? Really? So mammoths or cave bears could actually be cloned if they found intact dna? That's amazing! I always thought dna deteriorates after about 250 years.
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>>93160571
the half life is 521 years. but there’s been a lot of talk in recent years of using cloning to resurrect woolly mammoths, saber tooth tigers, etc. it’s quite feasible
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>>93160632
A giant sloth would be nice, too.
Or this bad boy
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>>93160788
>you vs her boyfriend
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Looks like we're firing up "Cruel Sea" again boys.
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>>93160823
kek
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>>93160832
oh boy
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This streaming on anything in good quality?
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>that episode where nigel marven gets into a cage to film the megalodon
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>>93160907
Do you remember getting hype as fuck watching the next episode with the Ornithocheirus when he's getting food from the sea and it shows a Liepleurodon under the surface like "ye jus u wait nigga".

Fucking the best shit.
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>>93161058
I've found some 1080p torrents of it but the CGI is pretty dated nowadays so it doesn't make much of a difference
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who else disappointed by this?

they could have continued the streak but they turned it into some weird time-travel story about a guy with a moustache
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>>93137263
Too busy taking money from white Britons to spread race mixing white hating propaganda
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>>93161391
One of the few cases where the American version was better. Narrated by Alec Baldwin with no time travel.




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