The Deinocheirus Hunts for the Perfect Back Scratcher
In Asia, a bizarre dinosaur wades through the wetlands. Taller than T. rex but fully feathered, its body is the perfect feeding ground for blood-sucking flies. His claws may be long, but they can’t scratch every itch.
The Pachyrhinosaur’s Last Stand
A herd of the Arctic’s largest herbivores are stalked by the Ice World’s most powerful predator —Nanuqsaurus. A tense stand-off develops between these ancient rivals and a defiant old bull makes one last desperate stand.
The Lone Triceratops, Lost in the Darkness
In North America a herd of Triceratops go deep within a cave system. The journey is perilous — a mother and baby become separated in the darkness.
Tuarangisaurus Dive for Pebbles
In the waters of Zealandia, mother Tuarangisaurus lead their calves to a special estuary to pick through pebbles, selecting perfect ones to swallow. The stones grind up meals in their stomach, but for the youngsters, swallowing stones isn’t easy.
Mononykus, The Desert Specialist
In Mongolia, rare rain gives rise to a beautiful desert bloom and a sudden bounty for the desert specialist Mononykus. With its owl-like hearing and anteater-like tongue it extracts termites from within a fallen tree.
Featuring David Attenborough, Prehistoric Planet streams on Apple TV+ May 23rd.