Prehistoric Planet sneak peek, the Mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex…

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+3306 – Prehistoric Planet sneak peek, the Mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex as it really was.

2022-04-04 15:46:52

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Prehistoric Planet sneak peek, the Mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex as it really was. from Damnthatsinteresting


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  1. I am 57 years old and still will watch any thing with dinosaurs.

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    l-read-it-on-reddit April 4, 2022 at 10:52 pm

    Anyone remember Walking With Dinosaurs? Can’t tell you how many times I watched this as a kid.

  3. I love T-Rex. But if any one of them eats ONE BABY SEA TURTLE, I will re-extinct them myself.

  4. When and where? love dinos and David Attenborough

  5. David Attenborough is doing dinosaurs now? When that man dies I’m going to be really sad.

  6. Omg, look at that absolute unit of chonkyness. I would rub dat belly. I probably would end up getting eaten but it’s ok

  7. I don’t want another streaming service but I want to watch this.

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    Makelife1longweekend April 4, 2022 at 10:52 pm

    Looks great! It’s interesting to see them depicted more as the flightless bird ancestors. “As they really were” is a bit of a stretch because we really will never know but it’s great to see the old depictions of them being scary monsters fading away to be replaced by modern interpretations like with the feathers.

  9. Things that I’ve never, ever considered but must be true: Baby T-Rexs existed!

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    Adventurous_Virus01 April 4, 2022 at 10:52 pm

    “A full grown T rex is the planet’s most powerful predator, but today he’s just being father”

  11. You can’t fool me… that’s a cat.

  12. I need a faster Jeep

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    MisanthropicMouseMat April 4, 2022 at 10:52 pm

    Do we now have new evidence that tells us what they were actually like ?

    Or is this a new wave of conjecture ?

  14. Finally

  15. I saw something recently that suggested there was now compelling evidence we’ve been putting T-Rex’s arms on back-to-front on all the skeletons, and in fact they faced backwards (much like an ostrich or emu’s do) and supported flightless wings used for balance when running or puffing themselves up for appearance in territory / courtship battles – which makes a lot more sense when you think about how useless they would have been in the currently recognised format.

  16. When comparing the skeleton of modern birds like the ostrich and the fossilized specimen of T-Rex’s I am thoroughly convinced that they were in fact wyverns and nobody can convince me otherwise dang nabbit I WILL have my dragons one way or another.

  17. u/savevideo

  18. Reminds me of a modern day walking with dinosaurs

  19. Sweet babies

  20. I am just happy that the grown rex doesn’t stomp the ground every time, and does not scream

  21. Wonderful production! I can’t wait to see.

  22. This is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen

  23. This is awesome!! Wow! I love the idea of baby trexes being fluffy

  24. How they gonna make them so cute thooo

  25. David Attenborough.

  26. I thought they were suppose to have feathers??

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