Mongolia, 25 million years B.C. This episode follows a young Indricotherium. After a dramatic birth, he must survive in a world of rhino-sized predators like Hyaenodon and pig-like monsters such as Entelodon.

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Larry Agenbroad ...
Himself - of University of Northern Arizona
Frank Fish ...
Himself - of West Chester University
Larry Witmer ...
Himself - of Ohio University
Maureen O'Leary ...
Herself - of State University of New York at Stony Brook
Mark Uhen ...
Himself - of Cranbrook Institute of Science
Scott E. Foss ...
Himself - of John Day Fossil Beds National Park
Kent Sundell ...
Himself - of Casper College, Wyoming
Japeth Boyce ...
Himself - of Rapid City, South Dakota
Donald Prothero ...
Himself - of Occidental College
Leslie Aiello ...
Herself - of University College, London
Bob Brain ...
Himself - of Transvaal Museum, Pretoria
Blaire Van Valkenburgh ...
Herself - of University of California (as Blair Van Valkenburgh)
Alan Turner ...
Himself - of Liverpool John Moores University
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Mongolia, 25 million years B.C. This episode follows a young Indricotherium. After a dramatic birth, he must survive in a world of rhino-sized predators like Hyaenodon and pig-like monsters such as Entelodon.

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The behavior of Indricotherium was based on its modern-day relative, the rhinoceros. See more »

Goofs

When the calf gets up from hiding and rushes away, he doesn't cast a shadow on the rock wall next to him, only on the ground, even though the shadows of the surrounding trees and the angle of the lighting indicate that he should. His shadow is also a different tone, much lighter than those of the other objects in the shot. See more »

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[first lines]
Kenneth Branagh: Out of the darkness emerges a twelve ton giant. She is an Indricothere, and she is about to give birth.
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