Life on Earth: A New Prehistory
|Life On Earth: A New Prehistory|
|Written by||Emma Baus|
|Directed by||Emma Baus|
|Narrated by||James Faulkner (english)|
|Production company(s)||Saint Thomas Productions|
Life on Earth: A New Prehistory (French: Les Mondes Perdus; The Lost Worlds) is a 2016 French documentary miniseries. It was released in the US as part of the CuriosityStream-exclusive series Ancient Earth.
|Episode||Title||Director||Writer||Original air date|
|1||"What Killed The Giant Insects?"||Emma Baus and Bertrand Loyer||Emma Baus, Keebe Kennedy, Jacqueline Farmer, and Bertrand Loyer||2017|
|The factors of what caused giant insects like Meganeura and Arthropleura to die out are explored, as well as the origin of gliding vertebrates|
|2||"The Mystery Of The Feathered Dragons"||Emma Baus and and Bertrand Loyer||TBA||2017|
|The origin of birds from theropod dinosaurs.|
|3||"The Dawn of Mammals"||Emma Baus and and Bertrand Loyer||TBA||2017|
|The first mammals diversify in the Mesozoic.|
List of Taxa Featured by Episode
- "A NEW PREHISTORY, WHAT KILLED THE GIANT INSECTS?". Saint Thomas Productions. Retrieved May 20, 2020.
- "Life on Earth: A New Prehistory Episode Guide". RadioTimes. Retrieved May 20, 2020.
- "A NEW PREHISTORY, THE MYSTERY OF THE FEATHERED DRAGONS". Saint Thomas Productions. Retrieved May 20, 2020.
- "A NEW PREHISTORY, THE DAWN OF MAMMALS". Saint Thomas Productions. Retrieved May 20, 2020.
- IMDB page
Category:Documentary television series about dinosaurs Category:Documentary films about prehistoric life Category:French television series
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