This set contains 3 documentary series:
-The Kingdom of the Dinosaurs:
The life of the dinosaurs as you have never seen it. This series of 4 episodes tells the extraordinary story of dinosaurs where each species must find parades to survive. How did the dinosaurs conquer the planet? How did these creatures reign for 135 million years? Why would dinosaurs be closer to birds than reptiles?
-The Shock of the Dinosaurs:
A fantastic journey back in time when dinosaurs reigned supreme on the planet. In order to survive, dinosaurs have developed very sophisticated attack and defense weapons. Thanks to important scientific advances, paleontologists are able to describe their evolution with precision. For the first time, state-of-the-art imagery allows us to visualize these prehistoric giants in 3 dimensions and to discover the secret of their longevity.
-Legend of Hercules:
Hoping to liberate the people from her husband, the dreadful king Amphitryon, Queen Alcmene implores Olympus. Zeus, king of the gods, grants her a son, Hercules, but the secret origin of the child earns him rejection by the king who prefers his elder, Iphicles.
As a young man, Hercules falls in love with the beautiful Hebe, but Amphitryon has decided to give the Princess in marriage to Iphicles. As Hercules prepares to flee to be able to marry Hebe, he is captured by the king's guards and sent to battle to be sacrificed.
Escaping miraculously from death, Hercules allies himself with Sotiris, his companion in arms, to lead the noblestquest of them all: liberate the kingdom from Amphitryon's tyranny, tear Hebe out of her brother's claws, and finally take his real place as the greatest hero Greece has ever known...
-The Legendary T. rex:
Part 1: The Tyrannosaurus Rex's Valley
This 5 meters (16 ft) high, more than 14 meters (46 ft) long giant would be able to crush a car with its jaws. However, some scientists question his reputation as a bloodthirsty killer and find him many similarities with scavengers.
Part 2: Tyrannosaurus Rex
For years, scientists have wondered how these enormous creatures would reproduce themselves. Under water maybe... It is one of the pieces of the evolutionary puzzle, of life on Earth.