History NightmareFuel / WalkingWithDinosaurs

21st Jul '17 8:00:41 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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There are several gruesome scenes throughout the series.

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There are several gruesome and terrifying scenes throughout the series.



* Earlier in "Death of a Dynasty", the battle at night between the dromeosaurid pack and the ''Torosaurus'' herd. The raptors successfully wound a baby ''Torosaurus'', who flees to the safety of the herd. However, morning comes and reveals that the baby succumbed to its injuries. We then get a shot of its' body almost entirely stripped to the bone, leaving only its head and limbs intact.

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* Earlier in "Death of a Dynasty", the battle at night between the dromeosaurid pack and the ''Torosaurus'' herd. The raptors successfully wound a baby ''Torosaurus'', who flees to the safety of the herd. However, morning comes and reveals that the baby succumbed to its injuries. We then get a shot of its' its body almost entirely stripped to the bone, leaving only its head and limbs intact.
6th Mar '17 3:57:46 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* The scene just before the meteorite hits: everything just seems to stop. The baby ''T. rex'' look out into the distance. The ''Anatotitan'' and ''Torosaurus'' herds look up at the sky. The ''Dromaeosaurus'' runs for cover. And then there's a huge flash of bright light, as the narrator explains the meteorite has struck Earth offscreen. We see the baby ''rexes'' looking into the distance at the bright light, accompanied by numerous other calls from other animals, including one that literally sounds like a child screaming in terror. The light dies down, then the shockwaves begin, rocking the Earth violently. Finally, within moments, the blast from the meteorite begins peeking out over some distant mountains as the animals of the region continue to cry out in terror. The babies are helplessly flung away by the wind, and are followed by their dead mother. The final scene set in prehistoric times is a rain of molten fire.

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* The scene just before the meteorite hits: everything hits:
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just seems to stop. The baby ''T. rex'' look out into the distance. The ''Anatotitan'' and ''Torosaurus'' herds look up at the sky. The ''Dromaeosaurus'' runs for cover. And then there's a huge flash of bright light, as the narrator explains the meteorite has struck Earth offscreen. We see the baby ''rexes'' looking into the distance at the bright light, accompanied by numerous other calls from other animals, including one that literally sounds like a child screaming in terror. The light dies down, then the shockwaves begin, rocking the Earth violently. Finally, within moments, the blast from the meteorite begins peeking out over some distant mountains as the animals of the region continue to cry out in terror. The babies are helplessly flung away by the wind, and are followed by their dead mother. The final scene set in prehistoric times is a rain of molten fire.
6th Mar '17 1:00:31 AM albertonykus
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* Earlier in "Death of a Dynasty", the battle at night between the ''Dromeosaur'' pack and the ''Torosaurus'' herd. The raptors successfully wound a baby ''Torosaurus'', who flees to the safety of the herd. However, morning comes and reveals that the baby succumbed to its injuries. We then get a shot of its' body almost entirely stripped to the bone, leaving only its' head and limbs intact.

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* Earlier in "Death of a Dynasty", the battle at night between the ''Dromeosaur'' dromeosaurid pack and the ''Torosaurus'' herd. The raptors successfully wound a baby ''Torosaurus'', who flees to the safety of the herd. However, morning comes and reveals that the baby succumbed to its injuries. We then get a shot of its' body almost entirely stripped to the bone, leaving only its' its head and limbs intact.
5th Mar '17 5:07:32 PM Chris116
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* The scene just before the meteorite hits: everything just seems to stop. The baby ''T. rex'' look out into the distance. The ''Anatotitan'' and ''Torosaurus'' herds look up at the sky. The ''Dromaeosaurus'' runs for cover. And then the shockwaves begin...

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* The scene just before the meteorite hits: everything just seems to stop. The baby ''T. rex'' look out into the distance. The ''Anatotitan'' and ''Torosaurus'' herds look up at the sky. The ''Dromaeosaurus'' runs for cover. And then there's a huge flash of bright light, as the narrator explains the meteorite has struck Earth offscreen. We see the baby ''rexes'' looking into the distance at the bright light, accompanied by numerous other calls from other animals, including one that literally sounds like a child screaming in terror. The light dies down, then the shockwaves begin...begin, rocking the Earth violently. Finally, within moments, the blast from the meteorite begins peeking out over some distant mountains as the animals of the region continue to cry out in terror. The babies are helplessly flung away by the wind, and are followed by their dead mother. The final scene set in prehistoric times is a rain of molten fire.
-->'''Narrator''': This is the ''end'' of the age of the dinosaurs.
** The ''Prehistoric Planet'' version of the scene also expands on the scene right before the meteorite arrives, describing the dinosaurs as being able to sense approaching danger, but they just don't know what to do and are completely helpless in their final moments.
* Earlier in "Death of a Dynasty", the battle at night between the ''Dromeosaur'' pack and the ''Torosaurus'' herd. The raptors successfully wound a baby ''Torosaurus'', who flees to the safety of the herd. However, morning comes and reveals that the baby succumbed to its injuries. We then get a shot of its' body almost entirely stripped to the bone, leaving only its' head and limbs intact.
** Right before the fight, we see a meteor shower that the narrator makes clear is a harbinger of the approaching meteorite.
7th Sep '16 2:33:15 AM AnotherGuy
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** And even then, the ''books'' based on each series are ''worse'', and employ vivid descriptions of other deaths unseen in the series. It's true NothingIsScarier.
24th Apr '16 11:31:10 PM erforce
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** ''Liopleurodon'' is ''the'' definition of a SeaMonster, managing to make {{Jaws}} look like a sardine in comparison. Its size in the series may have been greatly exaggerated (''Liopleurodon'' is actually 20 feet long, but the show depicted it as big as 75 feet long), but that still doesn't make it any less scary (in fact, you could probably say that the size exaggeration was actually ''[[RuleOfScary intentional]]'').

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** ''Liopleurodon'' is ''the'' definition of a SeaMonster, managing to make {{Jaws}} the shark from ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' look like a sardine in comparison. Its size in the series may have been greatly exaggerated (''Liopleurodon'' is actually 20 feet long, but the show depicted it as big as 75 feet long), but that still doesn't make it any less scary (in fact, you could probably say that the size exaggeration was actually ''[[RuleOfScary intentional]]'').
2nd Feb '16 12:17:35 PM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* The whole premise of ''Sea Monsters'' is a group of time-travelers trying to dive with and study very dangerous prehistoric creatures, so there are naturally quite a few scary moments, even though the humorous tone tries to keep it light. Special mention goes to the break between Part 2 and Part 3 where it looks like Nigel has been eaten by a 'Megalodon'', and TheStinger showing mosasaurs approaching the sonar screen as the crew sleeps.

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* The whole premise of ''Sea Monsters'' is a group of time-travelers trying to dive with and study very dangerous prehistoric creatures, so there are naturally quite a few scary moments, even though the humorous tone tries to keep it light. Special mention goes to the break between Part 2 and Part 3 where it looks like Nigel has been eaten by a 'Megalodon'', ''C. megalodon'', and TheStinger showing mosasaurs approaching the sonar screen as the crew sleeps.
29th Jan '16 12:46:11 PM Inspeps
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** Our earliest ancestors shown, Australopithecus afarensis, look like something right out of a horror film. [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/walkingwith/images/a/af/Australopithecus_afarensis_img1.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140109211601 Behold!]]
30th Dec '15 3:10:14 PM CJCroen1393
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** The ''Liopleurodon's'' death, [[CruelAndUnusualDeath seeing as after he's beached he's slowly crushed underneath his own weight]].
8th Oct '15 4:11:56 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* The scene just before the meteorite hits: everything just seems to stop. The baby T. Rexes look out into the distance. The ''Anatotitan'' and ''Torosaurus'' herds look up at the sky. The ''Dromaeosaurus'' runs for cover. And then the shockwaves begin...

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* The scene just before the meteorite hits: everything just seems to stop. The baby T. Rexes ''T. rex'' look out into the distance. The ''Anatotitan'' and ''Torosaurus'' herds look up at the sky. The ''Dromaeosaurus'' runs for cover. And then the shockwaves begin...
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