Sabretooth tigers, woolly mammoths, Ripper lizards, the rhino-like Diprotodon and a giant bird called Genyornis are just some of the prehistoric creatures brought to life via CGI animation by BBC Post Production in a BBC2 series beginning next week. Monsters We Met aims to ‘recreate a lost world where people really did meet monsters’, says BBC Natural History Unit producer-director Andrew Graham-Brown. Design director Jean Crammond of the BBC’s Design Bristol group led the creative team. The three-part series starts on BBC2 at 9pm on Tuesday 8 April.
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