Walking with Prehistoric Beasts: Season 1, Episode 2

Whale Killer (22 Nov. 2001)
"Walking with Beasts" Whale Killer (original title)

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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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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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Basilosaurus, as its name ("king lizard") indicates, was originally thought to be a giant sea serpent before it was identified as a whale. See more »

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When the Andrewsarchus is eating the dead turtle, the pieces of flesh are falling out of its mouth, even though the creature looks like it is swallowing. 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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