SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Walk Like A Dinosaur

Treating fossils and footprints like crime scene evidence, Dr. Phil Manning employs cutting-edge crime scene technology in Spain to create a 3D virtual world of one of the most spectacular dino stomping grounds on the globe.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 5


In The Flesh

In the quest to cover a dinosaur model with scientifically accurate skin, Dr. Phil Manning employs forensic analysis on the incredibly rare fossilized skin of a baby titanosaur.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 4


T Rex Trauma

Investigating a debilitating injury on the largest T. rex ever found, where muscle and tendon were ripped from a bone, Phil creates 3-D models of the healed T. rex’s arm.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 3


Megasaurus

Palaeontologist Phil Manning will use ultrasound, Finite Element Analysis, some rocket science and the biggest dinosaurs in the world to ask if there are even bigger dinosaurs out there waiting to be to be unearthed.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 2


In Living Colour

What colours were dinosaurs? We know little about their actual colour, and now maverick dino detective Dr. Phil Manning tries to find out more.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 1


Incinerator Earth

Scientists, archaeologists and geologists examine natural disasters such as floods, tsunamis, meteor crashes and volcanic eruptions that have occurred on Earth over the past 100,000 years and explain what caused them.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 3


Death of a Star

Archaeologists and geologists examine a dying red giant star to see if it can predict the fate of life on Earth.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 2


How The West Was Made

Archaeologists and geologists examine how powerful tectonic activity formed the North American landscape.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 2


Hyper Hurricane

“Earthshocks: Hyper Hurricanes.” Expert testimony from leading scientists combines with stunning computer imaging technology to bring to life vivid depictions of the killer hyper hurricanes that once ravaged the Earth. These vicious storms that annihilated whole ecosystems 3,000 years ago are now poised to make a come back – with a vengeance!


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 4


The Ring of Fire

“Earthshocks: Ring of Fire” investigates the Earth’s rising incidence of volcanic activity. Research indicates that in the last 1,000 years volcanic activity has increased a staggering 300 per cent! One of the most deadly places on Earth, the “Ring of Fire” is a 40,000 kilometre-long chain of volcanoes and earthquake zones that surrounds the Pacific Ocean.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 3


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