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Monsters We Met

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Broadcast in 2003, an exploration of man's impact on the megafauna of the ancient world

Monsters We Met - Extictions and evidence

Extinctions and evidence

When our early ancestors entered new lands they encountered a variety of strange new creatures, monsters that no longer exist. What were they and where are they now?


Monsters We Met - What the experts say

What the experts say

Do you have your own theories? Compare your views with our experts from around the world.


Monsters We Met - About the series

About the series

Each programme is a dramatic reconstruction of our ancestors' struggle for survival in a primaeval wilderness dominated by formidable predators.


Monsters We Met - Frequently asked questions

FAQ

Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions we have received about Monsters We Met.


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