I love walking with dinosaurs! And walking with beasts and walking with monsters... And every other dinosaur/prehistoric creatures documentary there is!!!!!!!! So this drawing made my day it sooooo cool!!!!!
Actually, it's become a bit dated. The Tyrannosaurus was much bulkier, a fully grown Diplodocus did not grow up to be as big as those portrayed in the series, and we now know that the Dromaeosaurus and Utahraptor were feathered. Also, Liopluerodon and Ornithocheirus were not as big as they were portrayed. However, it was amazing by the standards of the time it came out. The dinosaurs at least looked great and realistic, the science behind it was top notch for 1999, and a lot of the behavior of the dinosaurs is still accurate today. If it weren't for WWD, I wouldn't have become so fond of dinosaurs.
Sorry, I misread your comment. Your idea for a "Walking With Predators" series sounds like a great idea that I'd love to see, especially with more accurate facts about dinosaurs by modern science standards. My ideas for the starring predators: 1. Anomalocaris (Cambrian) 2. Giant Orthocone (Ordovician) 3. Pterygotus (Silurian) 4. Dunkleosteus (Devonian) 5. Meganeura (Carboniferous) 6. Dimetrodon (Early Permian) 7. Gorgonopsid (Late Permian) 8. Postosuchus (Triassic) 9. Dilophosaurus (Early Jurassic) 10. Allosaurus (Late Jurassic) 11. Liopleurodon (Late Jurassic) 12. Giganotosaurus (Early Cretaceous) 13. Kronosaurus (Early Cretaceous) 14. Tylosaurus (Late Cretaceous) 15. Tyrannosaurus (Late Cretaceous) 16. Gastornis (Early Eocene) 17. Basilosaurus (Late Eocene) 18. Andrewsarcus (Late Eocene) 19. Enteledont/Daeodon (Oligicene) 20. Dinofelis (Pliocene) 21. Smilodon (Early Pleistocene) 22. Homo sapiens (Late Pleistocene)
My Idea: Cambrian (Anomalocaris) Ordovician (Cameroceras, the giant orthocone, and sea scorpions) Silurian with (Pterygotus) Devonian (Dunkleosteus) Carboniferous (Meganeura, Rhizodus, Pulmonoscorpio, and amphibians) Carboniferous ocean (Edestus) Permian Ocean (Helicoprion) Permian Siberia (Inostrancevia, the largest gorgonopsid ever) Triassic ocean (Thalattoarchon, the first apex marine reptile) Triassic South America (Fasolasuchus the largest raisuchid ever) Morrison Formation (Saurophaganax, Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, and Ceratosaurus) Jurassic oceans (Predator X, Machimosaurus, Tyrannoneustes, Plesiosuchus, Dakosaurus, and Temnodontosaurus) Early Cretaceous China (Microraptor, Sinornithosaurus, Sinocallipterix) Early Cretaceous Antarctica (Ridge Ripper, Koolasuchus, Cardabiodon, and Kronosaurus) E.C. North America (Acrocanthosaurus, Deinonychus) E.C. South America (Giganotosaurus, Ekrixinatosaurus, Megaraptor) E.C. Africa (Spinosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Sauroniops, Deltadromeus, Sarchosuchus, Kaprosuchus) Late Cretaceous North America (Daspletosaurus, Deinosuchus) L.C. Western Interior Seaway (Tylosaurus, Cretoxyrhina, Xiphactinus, Elasmosaurus, Tusoteuthis, and Parapuzosia) L.C. Mongolia (Gigantoraptor, Deinocheirus as a fish-eater, Velociraptor, Tarbosaurus) L.C. Hateg Island (Haztegopteryx, Balaur) L.C. Madagascar (Madtsoida, Majungasaurus, Rahonavis, Masiakasaurus, Beelzebufo) L.C. Hell Creek (T.rex) Paleocene South America (Titanoboa, plus an undescribed 12m croc species) Early Eocene Europe (Pristichampus and Ambulocetus) Late Eocene oceans (Basilosaurus, Otodus, Palaeophis, and its larger cousin Pterosphenus) Oligocene Mongolia (Crocodylus bugitense) Miocene North America (Daeodon, Hyenadon, Amphicyon, Barburofelis, Epicyon) Miocene Pacific (Megalodon, Livyatan, Macrodelphinus, Thalassoleon, Pelagiarctos, Giant Mako, giant penguins, and Pelagornis) Miocene South America (Purrusaurus, Chubutophis, Saurocetes Stupendemys, Megapiranha, Kelenken) Pliocene Africa (Machairodus, Enhydrion, Crocodylus anthropophagus, Dinofelis) Pleistocene Australia (Megalania, Quinkana, Thylacoleo, Wonambi, Genyornis, and Propleus, a predatory kangaroo. Also explains how people wiped these predators out and the beginning of the end) Pleistocene North America (Smilodon, Homotherium, Woodward's eagle, Dire Wolf, American Cheetah, American Lion. All extinct due to people) Holocene New Zealand (Haast's eagle, Eyles' Harrier, NZ Longfin Eel. The first two extinct due to people)
I want to have most predators as female, because a. female predators are more BA (bigger, faster, smarter) than males and b. I am sick of portraying predators as masculine when the reality is the opposite.
Jes, netistä löytyi Matkalla dinosaurusten kanssa-fani! Kiinnostaisiko sinua yhtään allekirjoittaa semmoinen adressi, jonka tarkoituksena on, että Matkalla dinosaurusten kanssa-dvd:stä otettaisiin uusi suomenkielinen painos? [link]