The first was Walking with Dinosaurs, made in 1999, which followed the time of the dinosaurs from Coelophysis in the Triassic to Tyrannosaurus in the Cretaceous. Also had four specials, 1 about an Allosaurus named Al and three hosted by time traveling zoologist Nigel Marven. The second was Walking with Beasts, made in 2001, that showed what evolved after the dinosaurs like Gastornis, Basilosaurus, Smilodon and Humans. The third was Walking with Monsters, made in 2005, that showed what came before the dinosaurs from the "rebirth" of Earth to a little two-legged reptile named Euparkeria that would change the world.
- Walking with Dinosaurs (1999)
This six-part series is focused on the rise, success, and demise of the dinosaurs and other animals in the Mesozoic era.
- Walking with Beasts (2001)
This six-part series is a sequel to Walking with Dinosaurs, and its focus is on the world after the dinosaurs, and the rise of mammals in the Cenozoic era. It was released in North America as Walking with Prehistoric Beasts.
- Walking with Cavemen (2003)
This four-part spin-off series recounts the evolution of humans.
- Walking with Monsters (2005)
This three-part series is a prequel to Walking with Dinosaurs, and its focus is life before the dinosaurs, in the Paleozoic era. It was released in North America as Before the Dinosaurs.
- The Ballad of Big Al (2000)
This special follows the life and death of "Big Al", a famous Allosaurus skeleton found with various injuries. In the North American market, it was released under the title Allosaurus: A Walking with Dinosaurs Special.
- Chased by Dinosaurs (2002)
In these two episodes, real-life zoologist Nigel Marven travels through time in search of various dinosaurs.
In this three-part series, Marven again travels through time to encounter many prehistoric marine creatures that lived during, before, and after the dinosaurs. In North America it was titled Chased by Sea Monsters.
- Prehistoric Park (2006)
In this six-part series, Marven again travels through time and brings live specimens of extinct animals back to the present day, where they are exhibited in a wildlife park named Prehistoric Park.
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