The Vindelicisch Islands was an island chain that existed 149 million years ago in the Late Jurassic period. It was located around the edges of the Tethys ocean west of Siberia. The waters around the were cooler and more oxygen rich than many of the currents of the epicontinental sea at the time, making conditions for marine life to thrive. Eventually, the Vindelicisch Islands and many other nearby islands would form modern day Europe, with the Vindelicisch Islands becoming the Oxford Clay.[1]

In Walking with Dinosaurs[edit | edit source]

Cruel Sea[edit | edit source]

The episode takes place on the islands.

In Walking with Dinosaurs: A Natural History[edit | edit source]

Cruel Sea[edit | edit source]

The Vindelicisch Islands and the waters surrounding them take place in this chapter. The chapter also tells of its location and what it became.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

The islands that appeared in Cruel Sea were unidentified in the episode, only being identified in the episode synopsis on the companion websites.[2][3]

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