Production Profile: The Land of Dinosaurs
Title: The Land of Dinosaurs
Total Episodes: 60min x 1episode
Release Date: 2009
Category: Animation & Documentary
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An international team of top paleontologists set out to the Gobi Desert, a so-called dinosaur graveyard, for a 40-day fossil expedition. With Professor Lee Yung-nam, a notable dinosaur expert, leading the team of 13 top paleontologists from seven countries including America, Japan, and Canada, the members brave sand storms and try to unveil the secrets of dinosaurs that flourished on the Asian continent. The enormous fossilized remains of an armored dinosaur are excavated in the searing hot desert.Broken teeth and leg bones of a Tarbosaurus are also found next to the fossils.Secrets are revealed as the dramatic deaths of these dinosaurs are become clear through the amazing discovery. The fossils of about 80 dinosaurs all together were excavated during this ambitious expedition. High quality computer-rendered images of dinosaurs that are on par with the images seen in the latest Hollywood movies are featured in this documentary along with amazing sound effects that bring dinosaurs to life in a way that is unlike any other documentary.
Louis L. Jacobs, Prof. of Geological Sciences, Dedman's College
President of the Institute for the Study of Earth and Man
Philip J. Currie, Canadian palaeontologist and museum curator
Michael Ryan, Curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Ceratopsians expert)
The documentary is a blend of ancient biology and advanced sciences that vividly recreate the world of dinosaurs, which ruled earth tens of millions of years ago.
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The Land of Dinosaurs is a documentary that is targeted at children. The documentary explains children’s favorite subject, dinosaurs, with an academic approach.