Monsters Resurrected

  • 2009
  • 1 Season
  • TV-PG

Large, extinct creatures noted for their ferocity are examined in this documentary series that explores their habitats and how they might fare in modern times.

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Mega Beasts

Tonight's TV Hot List: Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009

Mega Beasts9/8c DiscoveryThis new series brings to life some of the most ferocious dinosaurs to roam the earth. Scientists piece together what these mysterious creatures looked like, how they behaved, and what they encountered. In tonight's episode,… Read more

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Long-extinct giant beasts and the strange world they once inhabited areresurrected through fossil evidence and other scientific data in this Discovery (more…)

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What Killed the Mega Beasts? Season 1, Episode 6 Jul 10, 2011 $1.99

For 65 million years, fantastic creatures roamed the prehistoric world. At the end of the last Ice Age, hundreds of species disappeared. Learn what caused the demise of the 17-foot-tall sloths, the woolly mammoths and the Australian marsupial lion.

The Great Ripper Season 1, Episode 5 Jul 10, 2011 $1.99

The Mega Beast Megalania seems like science fiction--an 18-foot lizard with a mouthful of dagger teeth and venom, but it was in fact the biggest reptilian predator since T. Rex. Some say they still survive in the Outback of Australia.

Great American Predator Season 1, Episode 4 Oct 2, 2010 $2.99

Acrocanthosaurus was a prehistoric weapon of mass destruction that lived 50 million years before T Rex. Loaded with the most powerful arms in dinosaur history, a scissor-like bite, and a hi-tech neck brace, this beast could kill prey ten times its size.

Biggest Killer Dino Season 1, Episode 3 Dec 6, 2009 $1.99

Meet Spinosaurus -- a carnivore twice the size of T Rex with a six-foot-high sail, long crocodilian skull, and massive claws. It may have been king of the dinosaurs 100 million years ago, but it wasn't without rivals, including prehistoric alligators.

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