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Mammoth Bait - Secrets of the Ice Age Death Trap - BBC
 
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Watch this awesome video from BBC wild history show 'Ice Age Death Trap' to discover how the death of one wooly mammoth led to the Ice Age massacre of hundred of animals in the deadliest predator of that time, the tar pits.
BBC: Columbian Mammoth, Death by Tar - Ice Age Death Trap
 
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With the help of CGI and animal puppetry, BBC's Ice Age Death Trap team bring the wooly mammoth back to life to explain how such a giant creature could be killed by tar.
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BBC: Saber Tooth Cat Prey - Ice Age Death Trap
 
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The saber tooth cat, one of the most formidable Ice Age predators, was not immune to the destructive lure of the crude oil tar pits that populated the planet thousands of years ago. Watch this clip from BBC show 'Ice Age Death Trap' to find out more.
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BBC: American Lion - Ice Age Death Trap
 
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Even the American Lion, a deadly and feared predator of the Ice Age, feel prey to the all consuming death trap that was the Ice Age tar pit. Watch this awesome video from BBC wild history show 'Ice Age Death Trap' to find out more.
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BBC Ice Age Giants trailer
 
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Join Professor Alice Roberts as she journeys back in time to meet some amazing Ice Age animals. Ice Age Giants starts on BBC2 on Sunday 19th May, 8pm.

La Brea Tar Pits: An Urban Mystery.  Winner Bronze Telly Award 2012.
 
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In the first two decades of the twentieth century, hundreds of thousands of fossils were excavated from the Rancho La Brea Tar Pits. Prior to that time, these pits were unknown. When Spanish settlers first arrived in the area of Los Angeles in the eighteenth century, they found a number of tar springs located in the middle of a large plain at the foot of the Santa Monica Mountains.

Surrounding the springs was a scattering of animal bones visibly embedded within a layer of asphalt. It was not until the mid 1870s that people began to realize the remote antiquity of these bones. Soon after exploratory excavations began in the early 1900s, scientists were finding tar pits containing large numbers of fossils.

The conventional explanation for the occurrence of these fossils is that thirsty birds and mammals, deceived by water-filled pools of tar, had blundered into these viscous traps and died in them. Although widely accepted, the entrapment theory has failed to give convincing answers to some key questions, including the physical characteristics of tar pits, the fragmentation and chaotic intermingling of the bones, and the numerical preponderance of the carnivores. Since these issues cannot be resolved by the entrapment theory. The evidence seems to be pointing toward the possibility of flooding as the agent for fossil deposition at the La Brea Tar Pits.
Tar Pits
 
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Join me as I explore down town Los Angeles and the infamous "La Brea Tar Pits." Traps are found in every part of life, but this unusual place has been trapping humans and animals for tens of thousands of years. Do you find yourself trapped at this very moment? Are you stuck and need supernatural help getting out? Check us out every Thursday for another video from YouthBytes and Chad Daniel. Go to for more videos to use in your youth group.
Mountain Lions & Saber Tooth Cat - Wild New World - BBC history
 
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Amazing footage of mountain lions and CGI images of the Saber Toothed Cat from BBC natural history show Wild New World.
Excavating Proof of Bison Migration - Secrets of the Ice Age Death Trap - BBC
 
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Check out this awesome science clip from BBC show 'Ice Age Death Trap to discover more about the habits of animals in the Ice Age, and how they all fell prey to the deadliest of prehistoric predators - the tar pit.
La Brea Tar Pits 006.AVI
 
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So... I went to the La Brea Tar Pits... and decided to do this: (and yes I did wear peguin socks)
Smilodon
 
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Weird fossils - Wild New World - BBC
 
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Interesting video from BBC natural history show Wild New World. Scientists search for the extinct animal responsible for weird fossils discovered in the hot springs of Florida.
Woolly Mammoth found Alive Crossing a river in Siberia: Still not extinct?
 
**Update** 2/14/2012
This has been debunked. Real footage here
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The Sun Reports:

The animal -- thought to have mostly died out roughly 4,000 years ago -- was apparently filmed wading through a river in the freezing wilds of Siberia.

The jaw-dropping footage was caught by a government-employed engineer last summer in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug region of Siberia, it is claimed.

He filmed the elephant-sized creature as it struggled against the racing water.

Its hair matches samples recovered from mammoth remains regularly dug up from the permafrost in frozen Russia.

The official was reportedly in the area surveying for a planned road.

Paranormal writer Michael Cohen said: "Rumours of a handful of mammoths still kicking around in the vast wilderness of Siberia have been circulating for decades and occasionally sightings by locals have occurred.

"Siberia is an enormous territory and much of it remains completely unexplored and untouched by humans. "

Woolly mammoths roamed the Earth 10,000 years ago during the last Ice Age.

A small pocket remained on and around Wrangel Island, off the coast of Siberia, and these did not die out until 3,500 years ago.

Mr Cohen, 41, added: "It is highly possible that a number of species, extinct elsewhere, survive in the area.

"If surviving woolly mammoths were found in Siberia, it could run against Russia's plans to further develop and exploit the area's considerable resources.

"It would be potentially one of the greatest discoveries ever."

But viewers are divided on the nature of the animal seen in the video. Some have dismissed it as a hoax while others reckon it is an elephant lost in the Siberian wilderness. The third theory is the sighting shows a bear eating a huge fish. What do you think?
Mammals Vs. Dinos- Dinosaur Hunting
 
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On the Science Channel's "Mammals vs. Dinos," although most small prehistoric mammals were nocturnal, the repenomamus hunted by day and preyed on small dinosaurs which was a sign of the evolution of mammals.
Dinosaurs: Giants Of Patagonia
 
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Dinosaurs are a diverse group of animals of the clade Dinosauria.

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They first appeared during the Triassic period, 231.4 million years ago, and were the dominant terrestrial vertebrates for 135 million years, from the beginning of the Jurassic (about 201 million years ago) until the end of the Cretaceous (66 million years ago), when the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event led to the extinction of most dinosaur groups at the close of the Mesozoic Era.

The fossil record indicates that birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs during the Jurassic Period and, consequently, they are considered a subgroup of dinosaurs by many paleontologists.

Some birds survived the extinction event that occurred 66 million years ago, and their descendants continue the dinosaur lineage to the present day.

Mammals Vs. Dinos- Allosaurus vs. Stegosaurus
 
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An Allosaurus and Stegosaurus battle it out on the Science Channel's "Mammals vs. Dinos." Allosaurs were successful, meat eating predators, while Stegosaurus were herbivores, which often traveled in herds for protection.
Prehistoric beasts under attack - BBC
 
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The group face another attack, and the possibility of losing yet more members.
Beasts hunting - BBC
 
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See how the primitive form of Whale may have hunted in the mangroves of the early Sahara Desert.
Ice Age Creator Kit,  4 Science Experiments With Butch!
 
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​​​Ice Age Creator Kit from Scientific Explorer. Butch and I do each experiment and then Willy Wooly decided to play in it!

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The Tar Pit | National Geographic
 
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Explorer: Clash of the Americas : Fossils found in Venezuelan tar pits are proving that North and South American prehistoric animals had contact with one another.
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