Walking with the Sea Monsters

popular science film - Creator - Tim Haines | Cast - Nigel Marven, Composer, Bartlett, Ben - Country
United Kingdom
Original language
English - The number of episodes - 3 - Production - Producer - Tim Haines - Director - Jasper James - Writer - Georgan Kane - Timing
30 min
Broadcast - Television channel
BBC United Kingdom
On the screens
since 2003
ID 0469006
“Walking with the sea monsters” English Walking with Dinosaurs: Sea monsters is the BBC science fiction series featuring Nigel Marven’s fictional adventures in The seven most terrible prehistoric seas in the history of the earth. The visual series was recreated using computer graphics. The main part of the series consists of three series, in which Nigel, using a time tape, travels in time, visiting prehistoric seas of different eras and periods. along with the BBC film crew Nigel Marven teaches you: “No matter how bad it is on land, you must never enter the water”
1 First episode
11 The seventh of the most dangerous prehistoric seas
12 Sixth of sa dangerous prehistoric seas
13 The fifth of the most dangerous prehistoric seas
2 Second series
21 The fifth of the most dangerous prehistoric seas continued
22 The fourth of the most dangerous prehistoric seas
23 The third of the most dangerous prehistoric seas
3 Third series
31 The third of the most dangerous prehistoric seas continued
32 The second of the most dangerous prehistoric seas
33 The most dangerous prehistoric sea
4 Animal time cards
41 Susha
42 Sea
5 See also
6 Links
First episode edit | edit code
Seventh of the most dangerous prehistoric seas edit code
Time - Ordovician, 450 million years ago - Location - Spain
First of all, Nigel sets off for the Ordovician period, in which he hopes to see an orthocone. First, with the help of bait - armored astraspis fish, he attracts a sea scorpion - a megalograft Later, with the help of another bait - a giant trilobite isotel, he hopes to catch an orthocone, but he doesn’t succeed: a sea scorpion “pecks” at the trilobite. Next time, a huge Nigel grabs the trilobite. He decides to plunge into the water. He finds an orthocone, but he starts approaching Nigel, and the diver shines his eyes with his lantern, as the orthocon is afraid of the light. The mollusk is floating, and Nigel is floating on the surface of the bay. Sailing to land, Nigel sees sea scorpions laying their eggs in the sand
Animals shown:
Cameroceras in the film is called an orthocone
Megalograft in the film is called a sea scorpion
Isotel in the film is called a giant trilobite
Astraspis in the film is called shellfish
An indefinite view of graptolite
a jellyfish swims next to Cameroceras
Six e of the most dangerous prehistoric moreypravit | edit code
Time - Triassic, 230 million years ago - Place - Germany
After Ordovician Nigel sets off for the Triassic Plunging into the Triassic Sea, Nigel discovers at the bottom of notosaurs and a 6-meter tanistrophea When Nigel grabs a tanistrophey by the tail , he is separated from the reptile’s body and the lizard swims away Nigel pops up, and then a huge 10-meter cymbospondyl swims up to him, from which the diver has to defend himself with an electric shock
Animals shown:
Lilienstern two individuals Lebanon coast
Inconclusive view placodont book
Neutikozavr book
mastodonsaurus book
Cynodont book
prestosuchus book
fifth most dangerous prehistoric moreypravit | edit code
Time - Devonian, 360 million years ago - Location - Greenland
In the Devonian Sea, Nigel wants to see a giant duncleosteus. Going down in a round protective cage, he discovers a stethacanth shark, with a dorsal fin like with an ironing blackboard Something frightens the shark later - it turns out to be dunkleosts, which emerged from the depths of the sea. The film ends with frames in which a huge fish aggressively attacks the cage used by Nigel for safe immersion, presumably not shown in the film full-time appearance of the creature - duncleoste Attacks of the duncleostea on the protective cage are given special attention in the second part of the tape
Animals shown:
Duncleosteus - Stetacanth
Botriolepis bait for the duncleosteus - Onychodus in the book
Treasure in the book
Hayrolepis in the book
Graptolite in the book
Coelacanth in the book
Second series edit code
Fifth of the most dangerous prehistoric seas continued edit | edit code
... Danger passed by the attack of an adult Duncleosteus, he sees at the bottom of a young specimen that an adult eats with fury, belching his small armor
The fourth of the most dangerous prehistoric seas edit code - Time - Eocene, 36 million years ago - Location - Egypt Cairo
Nigel goes to mangrove swamps, in which he finds arsinomeria, similar to a rhino, but living in water After observing a peaceful herbivore, Nigel swims in the open sea on his boat, and begins to hunt down the primitive basilosaurus whale. When the sea monster comes to the boat, Nigel dives and sees the whale bite off the sound speaker attached to the ship and floats away. Animals shown:
Basilosaurus and Arsinomerium
Paleomastodon in the books e
Fisogaleus book
sarkastodon book
third of the most dangerous prehistoric moreypravit | edit code - Time - Pliocene, 4 million years ago - Place - Peru
Nigel wants to see the largest shark in the history of the earth - megalodon Nigel first dives in the shallow water where young individuals of this shark live Find out that the cubs attacking prey, for example, an approved whale of Oktoopsops like modern white sharks, Nigel swims in the open ocean to find adults Having lured an adult megalodon with fish, the researcher dives under the water in the cage, hoping to attach a shark camera to the dorsal fin All attempts do not lead to success, Nigel crawls out of the water and tries to attach the camera from the platform Megalodon jumps out of the water, and then Nigel falls into the water ...
Animals shown:
Karharodon megalodon
Uncertain prehistoric whale shown in the third series, on he is attacked by a megalodon
Thalassocnus in a book
Marsupial saber-toothed tiger in a book
Great white shark in a book
Third seriesedit | edit code
The third of the most dangerous prehistoric seas continued edit | edit code
... Nigel goes back to the boat Attaching the camera to the shark, he goes after it two days later and finds it On the video captured by the camera you can see the megalodon hunting for a large prehistoric whale Nigel concludes that megalodon is the most perfect of of all sharks, but when the water gets colder at the end of the Pliocene, most whale species, thanks to warming subcutaneous fat, migrate to the polar regions of the planet Having lost their power source, megalodons will die of starvation
The second of the most dangerous prehistoric seaports Avit | edit code - Time - Jurassic, 155 million years ago - Location - Great Britain Peterborough
Nigel dives into the Jurassic Sea, bumping into a flock of Lidsichtis The researcher witnesses how a 3-meter-long crocodile Metreorinch and a shark gibod attack a weakened one individual, tearing pieces of meat out of its body Quickly saturated, predators swim away, and the corpse of fish floats to the surface of the sea Soon carrion attracts monstrous lyopleurodons Nigel decides to swim closer to them, relying on the protection of the substance in the cylinder, which repels reptiles This is society and saves Nigel from lyopleurodon, who became interested in the diver
Animals shown:
Cryptoclides in a book
Ophthalmosaurus in a book
Eustreptospondil in a book
Rumphorinh in the book
The most dangerous prehistoric sea-rule | edit code
Time - Late Cretaceous, 75 million years ago
Place - USA Kansas
This sea Nigel calls the “Hellish Aquarium”, because there are many ferocious predators, the main of which, according to the researcher, is Mosasaur At first Nigel watches a colony of hesperornis seabirds, and then swims in the open sea, where he dives, wanting to ride on a giant tortoise archelon. However, soon a giant predatory fish attacks the diver Xyphactin Nigel manages to get on an inflatable boat which is unexpected hungry tylosaurs attack, taking her for a tortoise where xyphactin went - it is not known, presumably he swam away, frightened by the dinosaurs, or was killed by them Nigel still manages to get to his boat, but none of his team notices how the radar shows a flock of mosasaurs approaching to the boat with evil intentions ...
Animals shown:
Tyrannosaurus overlooks the ocean from a coastal cliff
Elasmosaurus and Squalicorax
Galizaur hunts down the Hesperornis, swims in n dvodnuyu cave
giant squid in the book
Animals vremenipravit Card | edit code | Sushapravit | edit code - Placerias - Celophysus - Diplodocus
Woolly mammoth
Seahorse | edit code | Cameroceras | Megalograft | Duncleosteus | Cymbospondil | Ophthalmosaurus | Liopleurodon | Hybods | Cryptoclides | Tylosaurus | Ambulocet | Basilosaurus | Megalodon
See also edit code
Walking with the TV series dinosaurs
Walking with the monsters TV series
Walking with the monsters TV series
Prehistoric Park television series
Links edit | edit code
Game Sea monsters on the BBC official site
Cymbondondylus information on the BBC official site
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