Last Day of the Dinosaurs

Synopsis: Proposes a minute-by-minute chronology of the Chicxulub impact and its effect on the dinosaurs and other animals around the world.
Director(s): Richard Dale
Actors: Bill Mondy
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.4
Year:
2010
66 min
9 Views

Our world was once a world

dominated by dinosaurs.

They walked where we walk.

They drank the same water...

Breathed the same air...

And fought

on the same battlefields.

But then they faced the day

that none of us

can imagine...

Some of the

most critical hours

in the history of life on Earth.

This is the story of the day

their world ended...

the last day of the dinosaurs.

THE LAST DAY OF THE DINOSAURS

Earth

A warmer place

than it is today.

Along the west coast of

what's now North America,

mountains tower over

a large forested valley.

It's the domain of the ultimate form

of prehistoric evolution.

Dinosaurs.

And more than 350 pounds

with a wingspan of 40 feet,

Quetzalcoatlus is the largest

flying creature of all time.

A mile down,

a breakfast no carnivore

can not resist.

It will take this tiny hatchling

to become the most

fearsome predator.

But for now,

Tyrannosaurus Rex,

is just few inches tall,

not very scary

and completely exposed.

But... not completely unprotected.

The father, a fully grown T-Rex

is on a hunt.

Its acute sense of smell,

helps him sniff out prey

from great distances,

and it also serves him well

as a parent.

He knows when something is wrong.

Quetzalcoatlus' metabolism

demands that it eat regularly.

and powering this streamline body

means finding

rich sources of protein,

like a 3 pound baby T-Rex.

Quetzalcoatlus' huge wings

are perfectly adapted

for long distance gliding.

But its sheer size

makes it hard to lift off

when it's backed into a corner.

It's lucky...

this time.

Of the entire clutch

of T-Rex eggs,

only one chick survived.

And if it grows up,

it will grow to be 17 feet tall

and weigh more than 7 tons.

But surviving

to adulthood,

even for

Tyrannosaurus Rex

isn't written in stone.

Because a storm is coming.

Born of events

that took place long before.

This is the asteroid belt

between Mars and Jupiter.

Billions of rocks

all hurdling through space,

in the same direction,

like traffic

on a freeway.

All,

except this one.

which is moving diagonally

on a completely different course.

It's like a 40 mile wide semi

suddenly slicing

across the highway.

But this truck

is going 22,000 miles an hour.

The two asteroids shattered

into millions of fragments.

But this fragment

over 6 miles across,

has a special destiny.

It's a rock

poised to change history.

Because it's heading

for the fifth largest planet

in the solar system.

The only planet

known to harbor life.

Planet Earth.

Meanwhile, the planet's

reptilian lords live

completely unaware of

what's heading their way.

Triceratops are among

the most widespread

dinosaurs on the

North American continent.

They're herbivores, but that

doesn't mean they're wallflowers.

Male Triceratops

take their mating rights...

very seriously...!

And weighing 6 tons each,

a face off can be fatal.

This time,

intimidation does the trick.

But there's another

enemy waiting in the wings.

He's not after

mating rights.

The Triceratops is fast

and well-armed enough

to stand a chance

against T-Rex...

...but not against two of them.

Hunting as a pair

one T-Rex go get

behind the deadly horns

and armored core.

There's enough meat here

to feed them both for weeks,

but they may not have

the time to enjoy it.

A quarter of million miles up,

is the earth's last hope of defense.

The Moon has saved

the planet before.

Its pockmarked surface

bears the scars of

countless collisions.

This crater

known as Tycho,

is more than 50 miles wide.

Created by a rock

only half the size of the one

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