Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World

Synopsis: Through the power of IMAX 3D, experience a wondrous adventure from the dinosaur age. Join Julie, an imaginative young woman, in a unique voyage through time and space. Explore an amazing underwater universe inhabited by larger-than-life creatures which were ruling the seas before dinosaurs conquered the earth. See science come alive in an entertaining manner and get ready for a face-to-face encounter with the T-Rex of the seas!
Genre: Documentary
Production: 3D Entertainment Distribution Ltd
  2 wins.
41 min



It was in one of the galleries

of St Peter's Mount,

at about 500 paces

from the main entry

and at 90 feet below the surface,

that the quarrymen exposed

part of the skull

of a large animal

embedded in the stone.

They suspended their work to tell

of their discovery to Dr Hoffmann,

who had for some years been

collecting fossils from the quarries.

Dr Hoffman, observing

the specimen to be the most important

that had yet been discovered,

took every precaution

to preserve it in one piece.

After having succeeded in removing

a large block of stone

surrounding it,

and reducing the mass

to a proper condition,

it was transported

to his home in triumph.

25 years later,

after the occupation of Maastricht

by the French Revolutionary Army...


You are here at last.

Please, gentlemen, take it.

..the famous fossil shows up

one cold winter night

at the National Museum

of Natural History in Paris.


Be careful, it's priceless.

This strange thing

they called at the time

"the unknown animal of Maastricht"

started to raise interest

among the scientific community.


It's here!

Let's go, let's go!

Little bit more.

Put it on the table.

Be careful!

Gentlemen, open this chest.

Yes let's open it.

Be very, very careful!

Gentlemen, all together now.


What they discovered that night

looked unlike

any known living creature.

Some thought it was a crocodile.

Others believed it to be a whale.

Neither the shape of its teeth

nor the size of the jaws

helped them to determine

its true identity.

It's too big for a crocodile.

A whale would be more appropriate.

Back then, that is 40 years before

the discovery of the first dinosaur,

nobody had ever thought that

thousands of species could have lived

and disappeared in a distant past.


But everything was about to change.



(WOMAN) I'm sure

marine dinosaurs still exist!

My apologies for intruding

upon your thoughts, mademoiselle,

but, strictly speaking,

only reptiles that walked on dry land

are called "dinosaurs".

If they lived under the water,

they are called marine reptiles.

And they all disappeared

a very, very long time ago.

- What happened?

- You'll see, Julie.


65 million years ago

reptiles ruled the world.

On land.

In the air.

And reptiles were kings

in all the seas as well.

But then came a great cataclysm

from outer space.

An asteroid 1 2 miles in diameter

struck the Earth.

This asteroid's massive impact

unleashed the power

of more than 1 00 atomic bombs.

The sky went dark, and the Earth's

climate changed drastically.

70 per cent of all life

on the planet perished.

And, with the end of the dinosaurs,

it was also the end of the reign

of the reptile in the sea world.

And... when did you say that happened?

65 million years ago.

So... then humans came

right after that?

Humans will come... a little later.

How much later?

65 million years.

You're kidding.

Modern humans, like you and I, only

appeared barely 200,000 years ago.

In comparison to the age of

the Earth, that's a blink of the eye.

200,000 years?

An instant, in geological time.

Somewhat difficult to comprehend,

is it not?


Comparing thousands and millions

and even billions of years.

Don't you agree?


Then follow me, Julie.

And when you want to stop time,

say "stop".

- Stop?

- All right, then. Forward to the past!

Now, let's start slowly,

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