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Prehistoric 1 Season 2010

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (35) IMDb 6.4/10

This graphics intensive mega-series takes you on a backwards timeline to see what stood,lived, fought and died in your backyard hundreds, thousands, even millions ofyears ago.

Starring:
Trevor Valle

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1. New York

Mammoths once trampled down Fifth Avenue, sea scorpions were part of the prehistoric freak show on Coney Island, and some of the world's first dinosaurs roamed where the Giants now play.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 28, 2009
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2. Chicago

Ten thousand years ago, it was home to both mammoths and mastodons... 420 million years ago, it was drowned beneath an ancient sea. But where did all Chicago's dinosaurs go?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 29, 2010
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3. Washington, D.C.

Prehistoric Washington D.C. was full of dinosaurs, and flying reptiles with 30-foot wingspans terrorized the skies over the National Mall. That was before it was Ground Zero, site of an asteroid impact that wiped out all life...

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4. Denver

Here in Denver, 65 million years ago, Tyrannosaurus Rex fought Triceratops in a battle to the death, and the Terminator Pig savaged anything in its path.

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5. Dallas

Even millions of years ago, it was always Bigger in Texas. Scimitar toothed cats, the largest ocean-going reptile ever to exist, and armadillos as big as a car... in Prehistoric Dallas.

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6. Los Angeles

Sabertooth cats once prowled LA just blocks away from the Oscar's Red Carpet. Duckbilled dinosaurs basked in California's famous surf-until they were attacked by fast and agile super-predators. And underneath it all, the ground moved...

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Starring Trevor Valle
Season year 2010
Network Discovery Channel
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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My kids love watching these. I find them to be interesting all though a bit repetitive. The commercial breaks have been edited out, but when it aired there were clearly a lot of commercial breaks. As a result, it frequently recaps what has just been stated, in typical tv fashion, to bring viewers back up to speed.

I would guess that around 30% of it is recapping what was just stated a few moments earlier.
But the kids don't seem to mind this.
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Discovery dinosaur programs have become very frustrating. The editing seems hyperactive, the animation sequences are repetitive and the science is marginal. Prehistoric, with it's focus on the mega fauna that inhabited the regions of the U.S. that are now major cities, could have been great -- but it's not. The show seems starved for substance. Constantly, the prehistoric animals featured in these shows are compared to military machinery and weaponry: talons and claws are "smart missiles," tails are "crushing tank treads," predatory jaws are "weapons of mass destruction." Discovery's writers seem to forget that these animals were complex and interesting beings that also cared for their nests, slept, ate, drank, migrated, survived and bred. With such a poor showing, my daughter and I will be looking for intelligent and engaging dino shows produced by National Geographic, PBS and BBC from now on.
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While the topic material is intriguing enough, with some great segments interjected, this wasn't well presented. It tended to drag badly rather than educate or entertain. Plus the cover picture is badly misleading.
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Great graphics and explanations. A real learning experience of how our land, millions of years ago, existed with real live animals of its time. A guide of how's and whys things took place as they did. It's amazing how we could know so much today about the past because of the imprints mother nature left behind for us to study and learn. A great series for the entire family and for all ages.
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This is well done but shows the everyday violence of the food chain in the Dino days. I was going to show it to my 2 yr old but watched it first and am glad I did. The critters killing each other would've been too graphic for her.
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Interesting to see the strong negative reactions to this product. I felt a little differently, but I knew what I was getting in advance after seeing the series on the Science Channel. It has also been repeated quite a bit on the Green Channel. Basically, each episode takes a modern city and flashes back to what the sites of these cities may have looked like at various points in the prehistoric past. Occasionally, they use the imagery of prehistoric animals walking around the modern city. In some cases, they have animals like sea turtles swimming in prehistoric seas which are superimposed over the modern buildings. I thought this was kind of fun. I liked the narration, and they did have a number of serious academics as "talking heads" including various geology and paleontology professors and scholars. As in many of these specials, Robert Bakker was there and had some interesting things to say. Some of the other guests were much less impressive (park rangers, fossil hunters), but they usually did not try to go beyond their limited expartise. I also liked the fact that when referring to the prehistoric life of a city, they often mentioned the museums and fossil sites of that city (as would be expected). So in my dissenting opinion (and I am not a scientist)--actually kind of fun.
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I am from the Midwest and am interested in how this area has changed over millions of years. I just can't learn enough about this universe. I feel very lucky to be alive and have this knowledge available to me so easily.
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I got this for my granddaughter. She loves these types of movies. She was happy with it and has already watched it several times.
Fast service, arrived in excellent condition.
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