Continuing in the footsteps of TLC's signature series - PaleoWorld - this ambitious project takes viewers on a global journey to five lost worlds, each home to a unique cast of dinosaur characters, many only just discovered. Each of the five locations presents the opportunity to film headline-hitting discoveries for the first time, and tell the definitive story of the dinosaurs and their lost world on a truly global scale.
Rumors of a lost civilization and lost gold once sent explorers to the lush South American jungles. Now the sought-after treasure is the remains of a 250-million-year-old predator that conquered South America after the worst natural disaster in history.
Sixty-eight million years ago, prehistoric Montana was a rainy, tropical paradise for sophisticated and bizarre groups of dinosaurs. In this mosaic of ancient life, one creature reigned supreme--the terrifying and fearsome T-rex.
A primeval river in the heart of a landmass known as Pangea was the home of a creature called Mokele Mobombe. For over a century, explorers searched Africa for this elusive beast until they discovered its 200-million-year-old remains.
In the searing heat of Australia and frozen wastes of Antarctica, the dinosaurs that ruled these lands were the toughest creatures that ever lived. Follow a path of over 3000 footprints left in soft clay, proof that dinosaurs lived in the deadly Outback.
Far beneath the ruins of Europe's glorious civilizations lies the even older world of the dinosaur. One of France's foremost paleontologists attempts to solve a 150-year-old mystery on the site of the largest known dinosaur nest in the world.