Walking With Beasts

Walking With Beasts

Walking With Beasts

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2001-11-15
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 10.99
7.7/10
7.7
From 20 Ratings

Description

Using a unique blend of strong natural history stories and advanced computer graphics, the Walking with Dinosaurs team recreate another extinct world, exploring the rise of mammals to the arrival of modern man. From ferocious carnivores to heavily armoured herbivores; these creatures roam the earth as if they were alive today.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 New Dawn 29:10 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Whale Killer 29:31 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Land of Giants 29:38 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Next of Kin 29:26 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Sabre Tooth 29:33 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Mammoth Journey 29:10 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Incredible!

    5
    By Samer M
    It's like the animals are in your living room! It is truly a five-star film! Very realistic! Nothing bad exept maybe it's better to keep it for ages 7+ because of the violence. But, it's GREAT!
  • Two Kinves Tamm

    5
    By Two Knives Tamm
    Many people, kids especially, think that there was nothing going on between the time of the dinosaurs and the time of people. Boy are they wrong! This series shows exactly how cool mammals got between the two ages. This is a great series in that it explores a seldom seen epoch of time.
  • Not as cool as dinosaurs, but amazing nonetheless

    5
    By mrtnwdmns0829
    I first saw walking with dinosaurs when i was about seven because i thought it would be the coolest thing. After i enjoyed it, i was excited to hear about a sequel. This is a great program that is almost as good as its predessecor and still amazes me
  • A Spectacular Documentary series about Prehistoric Mammals

    5
    By Ollie E. Knox
    Walking with Prehistoric Beast is an excellent sequel series to Walking with Dinosaurs. This series gives a nice overlook of the prehistoric animals that lived during the specified time in Earth's Geologic history. The scientific knowledge, care, production, and preparation on this program was well invested and deeply appreciated. CGI graphics are so good that the prehistoric creatures look completely real. Each episode is made in the form of a story as we follow a particular animal or group in its fight for survival. The science and behaviour of the animals is introduced as it intersects with the story. 'Walking with Beasts' was very interesting and very well done.
  • Educational and Entertaining!

    5
    By Puddog
    These shows are, in a word, awsome. They are full of information about creatures you don't see anywhere else. My four year old daughter and I watch this and other shows like this on my nights off from work. She especially likes the Sabre Tooth episode. I wish Itunes could get Chased By Dinosaurs as that is her favorite.
  • on human evolution

    4
    By orchidguy
    Overall I am for this series but they missed the boat on a few things. Example "the next of kin" ; early human being would be at least as caring as chimpanzees; therefor no kid would be turned out into the cold, they would be adopted by the other females as they are all kin. And let us note that we are far closer to bonobos then chimps and they don't fight when they meet other groups and for the most part neither do we.
  • Who watches this?

    1
    By Los Vonks
    A "reality" style show about the social politics of cartoon monkeys does not belong in "nonfiction". This program has too much death and sadness for a pre-school child, and if you are older than age 5 you wont sit through it anyway. Save your money.

Reviews

  • Educational and Entertaining!

    5
    By Puddog
    These shows are, in a word, awsome. They are full of information about creatures you don't see anywhere else. My four year old daughter and I watch this and other shows like this on my nights off from work. She especially likes the Sabre Tooth episode. I wish Itunes could get Chased By Dinosaurs as that is her favorite.
  • on human evolution

    4
    By orchidguy
    Overall I am for this series but they missed the boat on a few things. Example "the next of kin" ; early human being would be at least as caring as chimpanzees; therefor no kid would be turned out into the cold, they would be adopted by the other females as they are all kin. And let us note that we are far closer to bonobos then chimps and they don't fight when they meet other groups and for the most part neither do we.
  • Incredible!

    5
    By Samer M
    It's like the animals are in your living room! It is truly a five-star film! Very realistic! Nothing bad exept maybe it's better to keep it for ages 7+ because of the violence. But, it's GREAT!
  • Who watches this?

    1
    By Los Vonks
    A "reality" style show about the social politics of cartoon monkeys does not belong in "nonfiction". This program has too much death and sadness for a pre-school child, and if you are older than age 5 you wont sit through it anyway. Save your money.
  • Two Kinves Tamm

    5
    By Two Knives Tamm
    Many people, kids especially, think that there was nothing going on between the time of the dinosaurs and the time of people. Boy are they wrong! This series shows exactly how cool mammals got between the two ages. This is a great series in that it explores a seldom seen epoch of time.
  • Not as cool as dinosaurs, but amazing nonetheless

    5
    By mrtnwdmns0829
    I first saw walking with dinosaurs when i was about seven because i thought it would be the coolest thing. After i enjoyed it, i was excited to hear about a sequel. This is a great program that is almost as good as its predessecor and still amazes me
  • It feels like the creatures in this series are actually alive!

    5
    By Awesome-August
    This is the best prehistoric mammal program I have ever seen! But not every animal in this series is a mammal. The series included two specialized, predatory flightless birds. One bird is included in the first episode "New Dawn" and the other is in the fifth episode "Sabre Tooth". Using animatronics and realistic animation, Tim Haines (Series Producer) and the people that brought you "Walking with Dinosaurs" created a series that brought to life the creatures that came after the dinosaurs.

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