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National Geographic: Dinosaur Hunters - Secrets Of The Gobi Desert (2003)
Starring: Henry Ian Cusick, Paul Brightwell, Michelle Bunyan, Alan Cox, Kristian Griffiths
Director: Andrew Piddington
Category: Documentary, Special Interest, Special Interest
Studio: National Geographic
60 mins



When dinosaurs ruled!

More than 80 million years ago, the Oviraptor, a strange bird-like dinosaur, walked the sandy banks of an oasis in what is now the Gobi in Mongolia. A creature that measured some 8 feet in length, its razor-sharp claws were deadly weapons of protection for guarding its offspring from constant danger. Now join a daring expedition of scientists as they uncover a treasure trove of fossils, shattering long-held myths about this dinosaur's behavior. Through spectacular on-location filming and computer animation, National Geographic takes you on a journey to a lost world.