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Walking with Beasts

Smilodon - from the series Walking with Beasts
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Walking with Beasts takes up the story where Walking with Dinosaurs left off. Broadcast in 2001, it told the story of life on Earth from the death of the dinosaurs to the dawn of the age of man. Weird and wonderful creatures, from Woolly Mammoths to birds that ate horses, pushed special effects teams to the limit.

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The making of Walking with Beasts

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