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Stunning computer animation brings the most ferocious giants of the Ice Age back to life, creating a portrait of their wild existence and puzzling extinction. Also, details about their lives and disappearance are revealed through the work of paleontologists, who uncover fossilized bones of these lethal creatures.

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Nearly two million years after the Megalodon disappeared from Earth, scientists rebuild the monster shark.
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The dire wolf, a fierce alpha-predator of the Ice Age perishes, while the smaller and weaker gray wolf survives.
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The saber-toothed tiger dominates the prehistoric Americas for nearly 2 million years, then becomes extinct.
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At four feet wide and 1,000 pounds, the killer pig was a prehistoric battle tank that dominated the North American landscape.
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Scientists examine the skulls of the terror birds of South America to learn more about their eating and living habits.
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A powerful bear lives, hunts and vanishes.

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