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Name:Monsters We Met (2004) [UN (XviD)]

Total Size: 2.05 GB

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Last Updated: 2010-12-30 20:31:27 (Update Now)

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Monsters We Met - Complete Series (2004)

Monsters We Met is a documentary produced by the BBC and later aired on Animal Planet in 2004. The show used computer-generated imagery to recreate the life of the giant animals that lived during the last ice age and explains how early humans encountered them. It is narrated by Ian Holm.

The first humans left their African homeland 100,000 years ago and began an epic journey that was to end with mankind dominating the globe. On their voyages they encountered monster-like creatures and perilous lands that would test their powers of survival to the very limit.

In this series we journey with them into an unknown world where no man had set foot before. Each film is a dramatic reconstruction of personal stories of our ancestors’ struggle for survival in a primaeval wilderness dominated by formidable predators. A world where man was both hunter and hunted.


The Eternal Frontier - Episode 1 of 3

North America - 13,000 years ago
While the world was still in the grip of the last ice age, humans first crossed Siberia and entered the New World. They encountered creatures familiar to them from their travels, such as the woolly mammoth and the steppe bison, but also a whole host of new marvels. The Americas was the only continent where humans ever came face to face with sabre-toothed cats, giant ground sloths or the massive short-faced bears. As the climate warmed and the ice melted, all these megafaunal marvels vanished. What or who was responsible for their demise?


The Burning - Episode 2 of 3

Australia - 65,000 years ago.
Humans travelled out of Africa and reached South-east Asia perhaps as early as 90,000 years ago. Then around 65,000-68,000 years ago a momentous event happened - someone discovered Australia. The ancestors of the Aborigines made a daring sea voyage and set foot on a new and lonely land.

Ancient Australia was a land of drought and fire, with a unique fauna dominated by marsupials, reptiles and giant flightless birds. The first Australians shared their home with the two-tonne Diprotodon, the giant short-faced kangaroo and the platypus. Emus and cassowaries were dwarfed by the 'demon duck' Genyornis. Predators like the marsupial lion and the giant ripper lizard, Megalania, stalked the land.



The End Of Eden - Episode 3 of 3

New Zealand - 850 years ago
New Zealand was the last major land mass to be discovered and colonised by humans. A mere 850 years ago, Polynesian seafarers arrived in a land with no terrestrial mammals. New Zealand was a land of birds, and its avian rulers were giants: huge herbivorous moas were hunted by Haast's eagle - the largest eagle the world has ever seen. But within the space of only 100-400 years, the eagle, all the moas and over 20 other species of birds were gone. Had mankind become the monster?


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=== Video Information ===
Video Codec: XviD 1.2 SMP
Video Bitrate: ~1800 kbps
Resolution: 640 x 480
frames Per Second: 25.000 fps

=== Audio Information ===
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 48000Hz 192 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)


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