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Prehistoric nature documentary presented by Nigel Marven.

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The truth behind the legends of sea monsters, including the kraken and the Loch Ness monster.
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The sea of the Jurassic era is terrorized by the huge Liopleurodon; an ocean is inhabited by the nastiest collection of predators ever assembled.
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Nigel Marven travels back 36 million years to find the fiercest mammal the world has ever seen; he faces megalodon, a prehistoric shark the size of several great whites.

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