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  • The WWD movie was downright DUMB. The documentaries were better, but, they had a lot of errors. Should they do an "updated and expanded" version ofthe walking with series? Example: expanded: an episode with Spinosaurus and Carcharadontosaurus uptaded: Saurophaganax is now added to time of the titans as the top predator.

    they can feel free to do more Disney-style movies, but i'm not watching them. last one SUCKED. What do you think?

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    • I would like to see another, more up to date version of the documentary. I may be an outlier in this, and I may get many people angry, but I actually liked the WWD movie, more for the dinosaur animations then the story though.

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    • The cgi they used was really old and is crappy in my opinion. Did you see how jiggly the allosaurs were with the stegosaurus. I reckon they should do a walking with beasts redo and a dinosur redo

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    • The CGIs they used were absolutely wonderful in a TV show of 1999 and 2001.

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    • Adynn99 wrote:
      The cgi they used was really old and is crappy in my opinion. Did you see how jiggly the allosaurs were with the stegosaurus. I reckon they should do a walking with beasts redo and a dinosur redo

      And don't forget "The Ballad Of Big Al" "Chased by Dinosaurs" "Sea Monsters" and "Walking With Monsters" (Renamed Walking With Oddities)

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    • I feel like, out of all dinosaur documentaries, Walking With... deserves a reboot.

      Monsters:

      Cambrian - Burgess Shale

      Ordovician - Ohio

      Silurian - Britain

      Devonian - Poland

      Carboniferous - Scotland

      Early Permian - Red Beds

      Late Permian - Siberia

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    • Dinosaurs:

      Early Triassic - South Africa

      Late Triassic - Ghost Ranch

      Early Jurassic - Arizona

      Late Jurassic - Kimmeridge Clay

      Late Jurassic - Morrison Formation

      Early Cretaceous - Yixian

      Ealy Cretaceous - Kemkem

      Mid-Cretaceous - Huincul Formation

      Campaignian - Kansas

      Campaignian - Flaming Cliffs

      Maarstrichtian - Hell Creek

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    • Beasts:

      Middle Paleocene - Columbia

      Late Eocene - Egypt

      Early Miocene - Peru

      Early Pliocene - Africa

      Late Pliocene - Runningwater Formation

      Early Pleistocene - Brazil

      Late Pleistocene - Australia

      Late Pleistocene - Siberia

      Can you guess what creatures I was thinking of?

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    • Would be a great idea, but little is the chance that it will see the day one day

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    • Beasts:

      Pleistocene - India: Sivatherium giganteum, Gigantopithecus, Megalochelys atlas, Palaeoloxodon namadicus, Elephas hysudricus, Stegodon ganesha, Megantereon, Hexaprotodon sivalensis and Giant cheetah (Acinonyx pardinensis)

      Basically a prehistoric version of the Jungle Book.

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    • Thedark85 wrote:
      Would be a great idea, but little is the chance that it will see the day one day

      Agreed

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