Freshwater • 2022 • episode "S1E3" Prehistoric Planet

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With its feathered body and duck bill, the eight-ton Deinocheirus wades through an Asian wetland in search of relief from pesky biting flies.

Prehistoric Planet • 2022 • 5 episodes •

Coasts

A pregnant Tuarangisaurus is in distress—and her young calf can sense it—as she travels waters that are home to the ocean’s deadliest predators.

2022 • Nature

Deserts

Above the deserts of North Africa, aerial combat ensues as male Barbaridactylus pterosaurs fight for the attention of females below.

2022 • Nature

Freshwater

With its feathered body and duck bill, the eight-ton Deinocheirus wades through an Asian wetland in search of relief from pesky biting flies.

2022 • Nature

Ice Worlds

Within the snow-covered forest, a tense standoff develops between ancient rivals, Pachyrhinosaurus and Nanuqsaurus.

2022 • Nature

Forests

A journey through an underground cave in North America turns perilous when a young Triceratops is separated from its mother.

2022 • Nature

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