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The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs

Bill Oddie and T. rex
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In the ultimate clash of the titans, the giants of prehistory engage in mortal combat. The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs harnesses new research and new ways of seeing how the most ferocious dinosaurs really lived, and died.

A steel working replica of a T. rex head

About the programmes

Bill Oddie investigates and recreates the awesome physical powers of some of the world's greatest-ever beasts.
Broadcast in August/September 2005.


The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs image gallery

Killer Dinosaurs gallery

See stunning images of the computer animated dinosaurs featured in The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs. Also available as wallpapers.


The Baryonyx mystery

The Baryonyx mystery

Have you got the palaeontology skills needed to uncover the truth about Baryonyx? Weigh up the video evidence to find out.


Behind the scenes of The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs

Behind the scenes

Meet a member of the team that created the 3D dinosaur animations and find out why it was a messy job, at times.


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