Meet Big Al, an immature Allosaurus whose life in the Jurassic is, well… difficult, to say the least. A review of the Walking with Dinosaurs special program, The Ballad of Big Al!
A review of the franchise’s latest installment had to happen at some point, right?
It’s never too early to speculate, right?
Our species list ends with the forests of the Cretaceous, where the stunning animals of prehistory are on full display. Part five of five!
In today’s article, we will be chilling with polar dinosaurs. Part four of five!
Life was at its most diverse around the waterways of prehistoric earth. Part three of five!
The creatures of Prehistoric Planet get bigger and bolder as they take to the scorching Mesozoic sun. Part two of five!
With Prehistoric Planet featuring plenty of obscure species, a complete guide may be in order. Part one of five!
Prehistoric Planet’s finale takes us deep into the forests of the Late Cretaceous to examine the weirdest and most wonderful dinosaurs science has to offer.
Presenting a chilling view on life at the poles, Prehistoric Planet highlights the immense adaptability of dinosaurs.