Hold on to your DeLorean as we begin a journey through time. From a primal sea brimming with life, to a dinosaur-filled landscape where the first fledgling fliers took to the sky, to a prehistoric frozen desert where a trunked, furry mass moves silently through a blizzard, to an ancient cave in France where our earliest ancestors painted the world they saw.
So watch these four adventures, fossilized on film for your viewing pleasure, on this ancient list of prehistoric movies. No time machine necessary.
How Dinosaurs Learned to Fly
In biological terms, ‘Dinosaur’ is a clade of animals that includes everything from Tyrannosaurus Rex to Stegosaurus to…sparrows? Yes, it’s a weird fact of life that birds – from emus to cockatoos – are actually part of a sub-grouping of Dinosaurs called theropods. This fun, animated short for kids (and adults!) re-imagines how the earliest dinosaurs learned to take flight – with hilarious results.
Canada Vignettes: Woolly Mammoth
Read more from source: No Time Machine Required – NFB/blog