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Walking With Monsters (2005)
« em: Quarta, 17 de Outubro, 2007 - 02h05 »
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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #1 em: Quinta, 13 de Novembro, 2008 - 16h42 »
Documentário aqui.
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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #2 em: Sábado, 03 de Outubro, 2009 - 19h12 »
Notei que só tinha a legenda em um único arquivo, como tenho a legenda separada para os três episódios com 174 mb cada estou postando. Mas na verdade estou a procura da legenda dos extras. Se alguém puder me ajudar fico muito grato.
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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #3 em: Sábado, 03 de Outubro, 2009 - 20h15 »
Obrigado JackOliva  :good:

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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #4 em: Domingo, 25 de Abril, 2010 - 14h23 »
Valeu pelo up

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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #5 em: Sábado, 05 de Janeiro, 2013 - 19h39 »
São 6 Eps, não existe Legendas BR ou PT para todos ??

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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #6 em: Sábado, 05 de Janeiro, 2013 - 21h10 »
charlesleg na sinopse do tópico tem 6 itens, pelo que entendi ele quis dizer que são 2 itens por cd, ou seja:

3 cds + 1 extra (só não temos leg p/ o extra)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0490048/episodes?season=1

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Walking with Monsters 2005

This 3 part series is as I downloaded it, it has been edited into a single program. The CGI is, perhaps, a little dated these days but the series is well worth watching as it covers the evolution of life from sponges to dinosaurs. I have all of the ‘Walking With’ series including the specials and, depending on interest, will be uploading the rest over the next few days. If you leave a comment, you will be pmed when the next series goes up.
Walking with Monsters (also distributed as Before the Dinosaurs: Walking With Monsters or Walking with Monsters: Life before Dinosaurs) is a three-part British documentary film series about life in the Paleozoic, bringing to life extinct arthropods, fish, amphibians, synapsids, and reptiles. It is narrated by Kenneth Branagh, and by Avery Brooks in the American version. Using state-of-the-art visual effects, this prequel to Walking with Dinosaurs shows for example how a two-ton predatory fish came on land to hunt. The series draws on the knowledge of over 600 scientists and shows nearly 300 million years of Paleozoic history, from the Cambrian Period (530 million years ago) to the Early Triassic Period (248 million years ago). It was written and directed by Tim Haines.
As with some of the other BBC specials, it was renamed in North America, where its title was Before the Dinosaurs: Walking With Monsters. It has also aired as a two-hour special on the Canadian and American Discovery Channel.
At the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2006 it won the Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More).

Episode One: “Water Dwellers”
The first episode begins with an illustration of the giant impact hypothesis: approximately 4.4 billion years ago when the Earth was formed, it is conjectured that a planet-like object referred to as Theia collided into the early Earth, dynamically reshaping the Earth and forming the moon. The episode then jumps ahead to the Cambrian Explosion, showing the first diversification of life in the sea. Strange predators called Anomalocaris feed on Trilobites, and fight with each other, whereupon the wounded loser is attacked by a school of Haikouichthys, described as the first vertebrate. The Haikouichthys attack by swarming through a crack in Anomalocaris’s armor.
530 Million Years Ago
Cambrian
Place: Chengjiang, China
Oxygen Content: 30% Below Today
Hazards: World’s First Super Predator
Anomalocaris
Haikouichthys
Trilobite
The segment moves on to the Silurian period, where Haikouichthys has evolved into the jawless-fish Cephalaspis. The marine scorpion Brontoscorpio pursues a Cephalaspis but falls victim to the giant eurypterid Pterygotus. Later a shoal of Cephalspis migrate into the shallows to spawn, navigating via memory thanks to their advanced (for the time) vertebrate brains. As they cross a shallow embankment, they are ambushed by several Brontoscorpio which are depicted as the first animals capable of walking on land. Several fish are killed but the majority slip past the scorpions and arrive at spawning site.
418 Million Years Ago
Silurian
Place: South Wales, UK
Oxygen Content: 30% Below Today
Hazards: Giant Scorpions
Sea Sponge (Live acted)
Sea Urchin (Live acted)
Cephalaspis
Brontoscorpio
Pterygotus
Cameroceras
Cooksonia
A short sequence depicts Cephalaspis evolving into Hynerpeton (erroneously bypassing the lobe-finned fish stage), amphibian-like tetrapods. Though capable of terrestrial movement, Hynerpeton have to remain near water to keep moist and reproduce. A lone male Hynerpeton hunting underwater is threatened by predatory fish, at first by a Stethacanthus which is eaten by a two-ton Hyneria that chases the amphibian out of the water. After seeing off a rival during the night, the male finds a receptive female at dawn and the two mate at the waters edge. They are ambushed by the Hyneria, which drags herself ashore to grab the fleeing male. Despite his untimely death, the Hynerpeton eggs were successfully fertilized and sink into the water to develop. A sequence depicts them acquiring hard shells as the first reptiles evolve.
360 Million Years Ago
Devonian
Place: Pennsylvania, USA
Oxygen Content: 20% Below Today
Hazards: Giant Killer Fish
Hynerpeton
Hyneria
Stethacanthus
Seed Fern

Episode Two: “Reptile’s Beginnings”
The second episode shows the swampy coal forests of the Carboniferous. It explains that because of a much higher oxygen content in the atmosphere, giant land arthropods evolved, such as a Mesothelae (a member of the primitive spider suborder), Meganeura; a dragonfly and Arthropleura; a huge millipede relative. A Mesothelae hunts down a Petrolacosaurus. She comes back from her hunting expedition only to find her burrow has flooded. Not only that, the Petrolacosaurus she caught is stolen by a Meganeura. On the spider’s search for a new burrow, she passed a pond full of Reptiliomorphs (which would make a more central appearance later on). Later she was chased by an Arthropleura, which is later killed in a fight with a Proterogyrinus. The Mesothelae finally chases a Petrolacosaurus out of its own burrow and moves in. A storm brews and the narrator explains that its high oxygen content makes the atmosphere very combustible, so lightning is a real danger. The Proterogyrinus are seen leaping out of the water to catch Meganeura, which was driven below the tree canopy by the storm. Later, lightning, rain and a forest fire pour in, devastating the life around. At last, only some animals survive…including Petrolacosaurus, who finds the dead body of the Mesothelae (the animal was hit by lightning) and begins to feed upon the spider’s carcass.
300 Million Years Ago
Carboniferous
Place: Kansas, USA
Oxygen Content: 40% Above Today
Hazards: Giant Insects
Mesothelae
Petrolacosaurus
Meganeura
Proterogyrinus
Arthropleura
Seed Fern
Fern
Lycopod
The episode then moves on to the early Permian, where the swamp-loving trees of the Carboniferous have been replaced with more advanced conifers that are better adapted to survive in a changing climate. Petrolacosaurus has evolved into Edaphosaurus, a pelycosaur (this is impossible, as Petrolacosaurus was a sauropsid reptile, related to modern lizards, snakes, crocodiles, and birds, whereas Edaphosaurus was a synapsid reptile, related to modern mammals). They live in herds and have outgrown their arthropod contemporaries in size. A pregnant female Dimetrodon, another pelycosaur, hunts the Edaphosaurus herd, beginning with a fake charge to expose the weak and the juveniles. She finally kills a baby Edaphosaurus, but is forced to abandon her kill when the scent of blood attracts others of her kind, all of which were males. She builds a nest on a hill and is watched by an egg-stealing Reptiliomorph. Some time after laying her eggs, another gravid Dimetrodon tries to take over her nest. After a long duel, the original female drives off the intruder, but is badly injured and fatigued in the process. A male Dimetrodon approaches the now unguarded nest, but luckily kills the thieving reptiliomorph and leaves the eggs unharmed. The eggs hatch and the mother’s bond with her offspring is severed. The episode ends with the wounded mother joining other adult Dimetrodon in attacking her own young which race to the trees and hide in dung to escape. At the end the narrator says that the reptiles evolve to tighten their grip on land, becoming “new reptiles.”
280 Million Years Ago
Early Permian
Place: Bromacker, Germany
Global Temp: 20% Colder Than Today
Hazards: Extreme Seasons
Dimetrodon
Edaphosaurus
Seymouria
Conifer

Episode Three: “Clash of Titans”
The third episode is set in the Late Permian, on the supercontinent Pangaea, which was covered by a vast and inhospitable desert. In this arid climate, early therapsids, which are described as more “mammal-like” than reptile, are shown fighting to survive alongside other animals. The programme starts with an old and sick Scutosaurus, an ancestor of turtles, being killed by a female gorgonopsid which later joins others of her kind at a small waterhole. Other inhabitants of the area include Diictodon, a small burrowing dicynodont. In the pool itself is a starving labyrinthodont that ambushes the female gorgonopsid in desperation and quickly retreats. A herd of Scutosaurus arrive and eventually drink the waterhole dry. The female gorgonopsid tries to dig out a pair of Diictodons but is unsuccessful. Upon returning to the waterhole, she unearths the Labyrinthodont wrapped in a “cocoon” which it utilized to survive drought. In a torpid state, it is helpless and quickly killed. The gorgonopsid is eventually killed by a sandstorm which is a foreshadowing of the oncoming Permian-Triassic extinction event.
250 Million Years Ago
Late Permian
Place: Siberia
Global Temp: 60% Hotter Than Today
Hazards: Extreme Heat, Volcanic Activity
Gorgonops
Diictodon
Rhinesuchus
Scutosaurus
Diictodon is seen evolving into the larger Lystrosaurus. The Lystrosaurus multiply into vast herds that must continually migrate in order to find fresh foliage. Also featured is the small insectivorous Euparkeria that is depicted as an ancestor of the dinosaurs. When the lystrosaur herd traverses a ravine, one is killed by a pack of venomous therocephalians. Encountering a river, the herd enters the water and is attacked by numerous Proterosuchus. Many are killed, but the majority escape and continue their migration. The narrator explains that despite the dominance of Lystrosaurus, eventually the world will recover in full from the Permian-Triassic extinction event and other reptiles will overtake them. The mini-episode ends as a Euparkeria is confronted by a chasmatosaur: as the creature rapidly begins to evolve into an Allosaurus, the narrator explains that mammals are destined to be confined to the shadows as a new group of animals becomes the dominant species on Earth. The age of mammal-like reptiles is over. This is the beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs.
248 Million Years Ago
Early Triassic
Place: Antarctica
Global Temp: 40% Hotter Than Today
Hazards: Ambush Predators
Lystrosaurus
Euparkeria
Proterosuchus
Euchambersia

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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #7 em: Segunda, 29 de Fevereiro, 2016 - 03h04 »
Muito obrigado.

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Re: Walking With Monsters (2005)
« Resposta #8 em: Segunda, 20 de Julho, 2020 - 20h05 »
Estou confuso com as versões das legendas: x264 e Newmov são uma mesma versão, segundo o post do documentário. Acredito que a primeira legenda seja a do MVGroup. A legenda NewMov aparenta estar sincronizada, mas a do MVGroup não.
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