30,000 years B.C. In the middle of the Ice Ages, a mammoth herd migrates to escape the chilling winter. On their way, they encounter dangers like snow-covered bogs, cave lions, and the most dangerous predators yet- humans.

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Karyn Drane ... Primitive Human
Lorne Duquette ... Primitive Human
Rena Ermine ... Primitive Human
Cory Generoux ... Primitive Human
Vernon Knight ... Primitive Human
Delvin Opissinow ... Primitive Human
Samantha Seager ... Primitive Human
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30,000 years B.C. In the middle of the Ice Ages, a mammoth herd migrates to escape the chilling winter. On their way, they encounter dangers like snow-covered bogs, cave lions, and the most dangerous predators yet- humans.

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20 December 2001 (UK)  »

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Features creatures: woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, Megaloceros, cave lion, Neanderthal, Cro-Magnon (modern humans). See more »

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The shadows cast by the Megaloceros and the human hunters have different tones. See more »

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Kenneth Branagh: [about Neanderthal] The Neanderthals are supreme hunters, which is why they have lasted over two hundred and sixty thousand years. But they have a weakness; they do not adapt well to change. As a result of the harsher climate, the arrival of other humans, Neanderthals are fast disappearing. In another two thousand years, they'll be gone altogether.
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Featured in Monsters We Met: The Eternal Frontier (2007) See more »

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