Nuzzling T. rexes and grappling sauropods: Dinosaurs on ‘Prehistoric Planet’ will astonish you

What if you put Sir David Attenborough and an expert team of wildlife filmmakers into a time machine and put the dial back 66 million years ago – to the end of the Cretaceous and the Last day of dinosaurs? An upcoming documentary series aims to provide a visually stunning answer to that compelling question.

“Prehistoric Planet” premieres on Apple TV+ on May 23, kicking off a five-night dinosaur epic. There’s no time machine, but the series makes the next great thing by pairing the BBC Studios Natural History Unit – the team that makes nature documentaries like “Planet Earth” (BBC). , 2006) – with the Motion Picture Company visual effects team who worked on Hollywood movies like “The Lion King” (Walt Disney Pictures, 2019).

https://www.livescience.com/prehistoric-planet-dinosaurs-never-seen-before Nuzzling T. rexes and grappling sauropods: Dinosaurs on ‘Prehistoric Planet’ will astonish you

Russell Falcon

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