Walking With Dinosaurs
Fine in fine packaging. 2 discs. Language: English. Run time: 87 mins. Originally released: 2013.
Walk with the dinosaurs in this I Can Read book based on the motion picture. In this story, Patchi and Juniper get separated from their herd during the great migration. Will they make it to the Winter Ground, where their families are waiting? Walking with Dinosaurs: The Winter Ground is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
Walk with the dinosaurs in this Level 2 I Can Read book based on the motion picture. In this story, Patchi meets Juniper and knows he's finally found a friend. There's only one problem: She's in a different herd. I Can Read books are designed to encourage a love of reading. Walking with Dinosaurs: Friends Stick Together is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
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Walking With Dinosaurs (Blu-ray DVD)
Make Your Own Wind-Up Walking Dinosaurs, Purple: Go back millions of years with these customizable dinosaurs that really walkThe wind-up mechanism makes it easy to form the body, and the head, teeth and eyes can be as silly or scary as desiredGreat for collecting, parties or open-ended play, and a perfect indoor activity for rainy (or any day!)Sculpt the air-dry dough to form your very own unique dinosaur, and the best part about the dough: no baking requiredAssemble the pieces around the wind-up walking mechanism and recreate a dinosaurContents include: 2 horns, 1 spine plate, 1 tail, 1 head, 1 mouth, 2 arms, 2 eyes, 1 back plate, 1 teeth, 1 body top, 1 body bottom, 1 wind-up walking motor
Exclusively for Pixter Multi-Media systemPlay a video. or create your own! See what it was like when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Over 22 minutes of video takes you on a journey from the beginnings of dinosaur life to the continuing mystery of their extinction. You'll see: Coelophysis - cannibalistic scavenger from the Late Triassic periodAllosaurus - carnivorous big game hunter from the Late Jurassic periodStegosaurus - spiked-tail plant eater from the Late Jurassic periodOrnitholestes - two-legged predator from the Late Jurassic periodAnd more! Or create your own dinosaur video with Scene Creator Software.
Walk with the dinosaurs in this handbook, with full-color illustrations, based on the feature film. Walking with Dinosaurs, a six-part documentary on the BBC, is now the most watched cable documentary ever, as well as a long-running live stage show. The long-awaited 3D motion picture comes out this December, and is sure to thrill fans.
Dinosaurs are fascinating creatures and their popularity seems never ending, fueled by films such as Jurassic Park and documentaries such as Walking with Dinosaurs. Yet dinosaurs (or more precisely non-avian dinosaurs) last trod the Earth 65 million years ago. All we know of them today are their fossilized bones, the tracks and traces that they left behind and, in very rare instances, some of the soft tissues or even traces of their chemistry.
Walking with Dinosaurs
Life was hard in the Jurassic age, even for a large dinosaur at the top of the food chain. A few years ago, the most complete allosaurus skeleton ever found was discovered in Wyoming. The bones tells a surprisingly detailed biography of one individual dinosaur, Big Al, as he came to be known by the scientists who pieced together his story. The creators of "Walking With Dinosaurs" have vividly recreated this 15-year story from birth to death using the same computer graphic and animatronic techniques that stunned viewers throughout the world when they saw the original series.
The Walking with Dinosaurs Encyclopedia is filled with facts about the dinosaurs from the movie as well as facts about the world the dinosaurs inhabited and theories about their rise and fall. With full-color images from the film and photos of paleontologists at work, this encyclopedia is a must-have item for Walking with Dinosaurs fans. Walking with Dinosaurs, a six-part documentary on the BBC, is now the most watched cable documentary ever, as well as a long-running live stage show.
Searching for Ropens and Finding God: The Quest for Discovering Modern Pterosaurs (Flying Dinosaurs)
The science consultant for Walking With Dinosaurs presents a fact-filled guide to the dinosaurs of the Triassic, early Jurassic, Late Jurassic and Cretaceous periods that compares the diets, defense behaviors and characteristics of dinosaurs from each era on fully illustrated, large-format spreads.
An Ancient Relic Walks Among Us - Turn on this Brachiosaurus and watch it walk forward without need of assistance! Roar Like The Ancient Beasts - Hear the Brachiosaurus roar as it moves along! Egg Laying Action - Watch It Lay Eggs Containing Baby Dinosaurs (Comes With 3) Light Up Stomach & Double Projectors - Watch its stomach brighten up with a colorful light show and project two images its chest! Perfect for dark environments! Requires 3 AA Batteries (Batteries Not Included)
Hardly a day goes by when nine year old Laurent Lepage doesn't cry wolf. From alien invasions, to walking trees, to winged beasts in the woods, to dinosaurs spotted in the village of Three Pines, his tales are so extraordinary no one can possibly believe him. Including Armand and Reine-Marie Gamache, who now live in the little Quebec village. But when the boy disappears, the villagers are faced with the possibility that one of his tall tales might have been true.
REMOTE CONTROLLED - Control your dragon with the press of a button on the flashlight remote control. It will walk, roar, and flap its wings as you press it. Or you can press the button on the dragon's tail so it moves on its own LIGHTS & SOUNDS - Look as your dragon roars and lights up the spikes from head to tail in different colors! MOVING WING/MOUTH ACTIONs: As your dragon moves, you can see its wings flap as well! See it move its multiple mouths to roar FORWARD WALKING - Your dragon will walk in a linear, forward direction.