Narrator: [Opening Lines] A land discovered thousands of years before Columbus. This is the first people have come face to face with the monstrous animals which roamed the continent of North America.
Narrator: [about the Short-Faced Bear] A slain mammoth can provide enough food to satisfy hungry stomachs for weeks but it is always risky to return to the kill. It is a magnet for the most fearsome predator. The short faced bear, the largest and most intimidating predator that has ever hunted on land. It is an astoundingly efficient killer capable of running at speeds in excess of sixty kilometers per hour.
Narrator: [about Smilodon] The saber-tooth, larger and more ferocious than any lion is armed with seven inch daggers designed for puncturing flesh and severing arteries. They are ambush specialists which disembowel and bleed their victims to death. They are lucky, the saber-tooth has never seen an animal with fire in its hands but these people will always have to be on their guard. There are other monsters they are yet to meet. The saber-tooth is the least of their worries.
Narrator: The smoking gun is in our hands, somewhere in our battle for survival we acquired the power to cause extinction!
Narrator: [First Lines] A mammoth, on the middle of a modern-day city. A creature out of place, out of time. Mammoths aren't part of our world, but we were once part of theirs.