127 million years B.C. This episode follows the last journey of a giant Ornithocheirus, one of the largest flying animals of all time, as he travels from Brazil to his genus's mating grounds in Cantabria, Spain. Along the way, he meets strange animals such as the colorfully crested Tapejara, the armored Polacanthus and the vicious predator Utahraptor. Written by
Did You Know?
There is no direct proof of Saurophtirus sucking the blood of pterosaurs, but due to its resemblance to bat lice and the likelihood that pterosaurs were covered in fur it is considered likely. See more
When the young Iguanodont nudges the Polacanthus, its arm doesn't cast a shadow over the Polacanthus' backside. See more
In the far future, the pterosaurs will surrender the skies to the birds!