36 million years B.C., a pregnant Basilosaurus whale resorts to desperate measures to find food for herself and her unborn infant. On land, mammals are growing into enormous creatures.

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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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36 million years B.C., a pregnant Basilosaurus whale resorts to desperate measures to find food for herself and her unborn infant. On land, mammals are growing into enormous creatures.

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22 November 2001 (UK)  »

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Upon discovery, Dorudon was initially mistaken for a young Basilosaurus. See more »

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When the Basilosaurus leaves the mangroves, its tail doesn't disturb the water's surface as it flaps with it. See more »

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Kenneth Branagh: When the dinosaurs disappeared, so too did the gigantic marine reptiles which once terrorized the oceans. For almost twenty-five million years, there was nothing around to eat the sharks. But there are now awesome new monsters of the deep.
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