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Walking with Beasts (Region 2) The Complete Series

By: Tim Haines
2 discs
Manufacturer: BBC Video
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Continuing where Walking with Dinosaurs left off, this BBC series surveys the animal life of the last 65 million years when the land was dominated by animals such as sabre toothed tigers, mammoth herds, tiny horses and giant birds. Every new chapter reveals when familiar animals like whales, bats, horses and cats first appeared, and brings to life the origins of human heritage, running back to the very first primates.

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By: Tim Haines
2 discs
Manufacturer: BBC Video
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