Narrated by Stephen Fry and based on the very latest scientific discoveries, March Of The Dinosaurs recently received its TV premiere in the primetime family viewing slot on ITV1 on Easter Saturday.
A genuinely new evolution in dinosaur films, March Of The Dinosaurs transports viewers back 70million years to tell the dramatic tale of a young Edmontosaurus, called Scar, as he faces a potentially deadly challenge – a 1,000 mile migration to escape the arrival of a four-month Arctic winter of continuous night.
This epic feature-length adventure portrays an polar odyssey that actually happened but has never been witnessed before. Based on recent fossil evidence blasted out of the ice around the North Pole, the makers of Walking With Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Park has created an all-new cast of dinosaurs, from feathered tyrannosaurs to giant marine predators, all realised with stunning animation and a painstakingly recreated digital world.
March Of The Dinosaurs combines state-of-the-art cinematic photo-real 3D graphics and leading-edge anatomy and palaeontology to reveal what these prehistoric beasts looked like, how they lived, and what eventually caused their extinction.
Out to buy on June 27 for £17.99 – and coming complete with extra features like a behind-the-scenes documentary and downloadable creature fact files, we’ve teamed up with Freemantle Media to give away five copies. To win one, just answer this easy question: