Paleontologist Paul Sereno and reptile expert Brady Barr are doing a research on "Sarcosuchus Imperator", a 40 feet long prehistoric relative of crocodiles. The story about the creature is presented through CGI animation as well.

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Paleontologist Paul Sereno and reptile expert Brady Barr are doing a research on "Sarcosuchus Imperator", a 40 feet long prehistoric relative of crocodiles. The story about the creature is presented through CGI animation as well.

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It didn't walk with dinosaurs. It ate them.

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For all croc and dino lovers
30 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

The tag line for this excellent documentary was:

"They Didn't Walk with Dinosaurs - They Ate Them!"

Crocodiles are one of the most ancient and unchanged life forms on earth. Crocodiles evolved in the late Triassic, 200 million years ago. Anyone seeing one of these ancient crocs would immediately recognize them as crocs

  • they are that unchanged.


This documentary is about the discovery of a 40 foot plus fossil of an ancient crocodile, more than large enough to eat many of the dinosaurs that were their contemporaries. Anyone who likes either crocs or dinosaurs would enjoy this National Geographic Special.

I would especially like to recommend it to any parents who have run out of dinosaur documentaries to feed the insatiable appetites of their dino hungry children.


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