An astonishing six-part series that brings to life the most incredible creatures that ever existed. From Spinosaurus, the biggest killer to ever walk the Earth, to the immense sea-monster Predator X, and the deadly cannibalistic Majunasaurus - dinosaurs were more monstrous, more horrific and bizarre than ever before imagined. Combining a 3D graphic world, incredible CGI and stunning photo-real fight scenes, this is a whole new perspective on dinosaurs.
Jem Stansfield is on a mission is to find the deadliest dinosaur that has ever lived. He compares the stunning spinosaurus with some deadly animals in the world today and tests the lethal teeth of these prehistoric predators in his dino workshop.
Jem Stansfield compares allosaurus, majungasaurus and daspletosaurus, to find out which of these terrifying predators was the most powerful. He builds his very own set of mechanical dinosaur jaws in his workshop and discovers just how incredibly strong they were.
Jem Stansfield enters the amazing world of Planet Dinosaur. This week he is going underwater to meet terrifying monsters of the deep such as stunning new discovery Predator X. And Jem recreates the swimming technique of these amazing prehistoric creatures by building his very own mechanical marine reptile.
Jem Stansfield goes massive, finding out which was the biggest dinosaur of all in the prehistoric world. Jem builds his very own set of huge dinosaur feet and, with the help of a 45-tonne hydraulic excavator, unleashes the enormous force of these incredible creatures.
Jem Stansfield takes another extraordinary journey into the jaw-dropping world of Planet Dinosaur. This time he's looking at some amazing new flying creatures, like the four-winged glider microraptor, and the incredibly huge hatzegopteryx. Plus, in his dinosaur workshop he builds some prehistoric wings.
Jem investigates the really weird dinosaurs. Like the pot-bellied nothronychus, a carnivore turned vegetarian, or the tongue-twistingly named epidexipteryx, a tiny creature that lived off beetle grubs. And in his dinosaur workshop, Jem unveils some very strange shaped eggs, including one that is 70 million years old.
Adapted from the multi-award winning BBC1 series, Planet Dinosaur 3D recreates the lost world of the dinosaurs in a groundbreaking stereoscopic production. This is one of the most ambitious animated programmes ever attempted for broadcast TV, recreating every detail of these extraordinary animals in an entirely digital production that stretches the boundaries of broadcast 3D with a scale and ambition normally reserved for Hollywood feature films.
Planet Dinosaur 3D is a thrilling and immersive journey into a lost world. Pulling together cutting edge research from around the world this programme uses the latest, stunning fossil evidence to chart the rise and fall of the 'Ultimate Killers'; from the iconic Spinosaurus, the largest predator ever to walk the Earth, to Microraptor and the feathered, flying dinosaurs from China. At last, thanks to the advances in technology, and for the first time ever, these monsters can be experienced in all their full, magnificent wonder.
Dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago and we have hardly ever found a complete skeleton. So how do we turn a pile of broken bones into a dinosaur exhibit? Dr Alice Roberts finds out how the experts put skeletons back together, with muscles, accurate postures, and even - in some cases - the correct skin colour.