The discovery of a remarkable set of dinosaur tracks in Obernkirchen, Northern Germany, sent waves through the international paleontology community. The tracks came from the Deinonychosaur, a fierce feathered carnivore, and had only previously been found in America and Asia. Experts from around the world flocked to Obernkirchen, speculating that Northern Germany may have been an active centre of evolution for dinosaurs.
We follow paleontologist Annette Richter and her team as they attempt to reconstruct the lives of these giant lizards. With the help of 3D animation, this film re-creates the world of the dinosaurs and bring them back to life.
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One of the biggest wrecks ever discovered in Spain was the ‘Triunfante’, sunk during a French siege in 1795. We follow the process from its discovery to its display in a museum and learn what makes this ship so special.More info