Dinosaur Revolution

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Dinosaur Revolution is a computer animated documentary that brings the extinct reptiles of history back to life for educational value. A variety of dinosaurs are cleverly brought to life in vivid animations with clever narrations to underscore the potential events that could have taken place in a specific area. The colorful cast of characters provide a number of informational tidbits, and viewers of all ages can take something away from the volume of facts directed at the audience. Inspiring and fun, the series offers an interesting direction on dinosaurs and the events and difficulties that just might have shaped their existence.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Discovery Channel
1 Season, 4 Episodes
September 4, 2011
Mini-Series, Nature
Cast: David Krentz
Dinosaur Revolution

Dinosaur Revolution Full Episode Guide

  • See how the T-Rex lived, from nesting in pairs to caring for their young and how they played together. Watch a lone Troodon "the last dinosaur" struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.

  • The ferocious carnivores hunt in packs. Flying reptiles evade enemies. An orphaned herbivore finds safety in numbers.

  • Revelations about the complex social systems of dinosaurs such as giant sauropods, flying reptiles, huge carnivores, and a plant-eater with a tail like a bullwhip.

  • In the series premiere of Dinosaur Revolution, watch as new discoveries shed light on the evolution from early dinosaurs such as the tiny Eoraptor to the bizarre looking crested dinosaurs of the Jurassic to the giant carnivores such as Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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