New Zealand is an island in Oceania and right next to Australia. The main city is Auckland. It was used as a main filming location for the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and was also one of the main ones in Walking with Dinosaurs.
Part of the forest scenes were shot in Whirinaki Rainforest in New Zealand.
Most of the episode was shot in New Zealand, with the exception of one scene shot in Tasmania.
- The opening scene in Brazil was filmed at the Pancake Rocks (Punakaiki), New Zealand.
- The scene where the North American Iguanodon walk along the beaches of prehistoric Florida was filmed at Bruce Bay, New Zealand.
- The scene where the Iguanodon feed on vegetation was filmed on the southern parts of the Poeura River, Harihari, New Zealand.
- Aerial shots were shot along the West Coast, South Island, New Zealand.
- The final scene, which takes place in Cantabria, was filmed at Harihari Coastal Walkway, Harihari, New Zealand.
- The scene shot in Tasmania is the scene with the Utahraptors attacking the Iguanodon. It was filmed at The Labyrinth and Pine Valley in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park.
This episode was shot entirely in New Zealand, filmed at Whirinaki Rainforest in Te Urewera National Park, New Zealand. The river scenes were shot on the southern parts of the Poeura River, Harihari, New Zealand.