End of the dinosaurs
The asteroid scene from Walking With Dinosaurs scared me as a kid

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The comet theory as shown on 'walking with dinosaurs'

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Lazar ĐokiΔ‡ : only the 350.000.000-65.000.000 BC kids will remember

Pedro Ortega : ...and this is where _Walking with Beasts_ begins!

Justinian Details : "Finally a rain of molten rocks starts to fall out of the darkening skies; this is the end, of the age, of the dinosaurs" Anyways hit me so hard πŸ˜”

Adam Zabielski : This is truly one of the saddest moments in all of Earth's history. Even today, nearly 20 years after first seeing it, I can't help shed a tear during this scene

Ding dong so long they call it long schlong : This always made me cry when I was little ;(

Needwagon for Trixiewagon : The poor baby Tyrannosaurus :'(

Kerry Smith : Should have hid in a lead lined refrigerator

Buddy Christ : That last line really hits me hard. The mere tone of his voice is very depressing, especially the β€œnever to return”.

FireFox : This documentary was absolutely phenomenal. This scene [ And the Liopleurodon scene from the third episode. ] Always gave me chills. Seeing this during It's Initial broadcast was amazing.

soldiergigas14 : while the asteroid crashes into the earth (0:25 - 0:48), there are the cries and echos of panicking dinosaurs in the far region roaring helplessly as the light incinerates everything... the suspense, the horror but necessarily the end for our existence. let this be a reminder of the reason we're here and now watching this recreation of prehistory.

Jakub Dulak : Just realized that the baby Rexes saved in Prehistoric Park were probably a reference to these two.

Randomalistic : I saw this when I was 5 and me and my sister literally cried for a half hour. R.I.P BABY DINOS!!!!!!! ;-;

Ian Carreras : report the asteroid for hacking

Robert Boulay : Notice he said "giant dinosaurs" were gone. Nothing over 50 lbs survived. The little therapods (walk on 2 feet) were able to burrow/seek shelter and survive the abrupt drop in temperature. It's impressive that being at the bottom of the food chain, they were the only dinosaurs tough enough to survive this apocalypse. They adapted, grew plumage and began to take wing (birds), and carry on the dinosaurs' legacy 😎

noahboy24 : 65% of life died out I always cry when he says that and the music R.I.P baby rexesπŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜“

Little Ocelot Gaming : This a sad moment RIP DINOSAURS I Rember when they were just eraraptors

Peter De Angelo : Nostalgia.

Krakolio : 0:33 Wow... This part really gets to me...

Jorge Pinto Velez : make a remastered of this show it be fucking awesome

epic_ foxgaming : R.I.P. Little dinosaurs. this almost made me cry ='(

Louis Holmes : Put If we hold on together from Land before time to this clip and others of the extinction of the dinosaurs

Nicolas Goldring : Dinosaurs were the most amazing fauna to have ever walked the Earth. It's really sad to see them all destroyed in such a dramatic way. πŸ˜”

HoldThisRealQuick : Damn.

Daniel Tirado : *I remember this series always kept me occupied after 9/11 happen the only thing to keep a bright smile on my face*

Deji Adeleye : 9/11 Hiroshima Bomb Attack on Pearl Harbour The Extinction of the Dinosaurs!

Herman Melvellei : Birds are true Theropod Dinosaurs, so the dinosaurs did not go extinct. Its just MOST species went extinct. I know it says that just before the credits, but it should really be emphasized. Dinosaurs are NOT extinct. And some birds inevitably ended up taking some of their rolls in the periods that followed, such as apex predators to vegetarians. Good job theropods, good job.

Edwin van Ooijen : The dinosaurs will in my eyes always be remembered as the true rulers of Earth. Humans may be smarter, but we will never walk the Earth for 150 million years. The dinosaurs did and they were true masters of evolution. If I had to compare us with a dinosaur , it would be the Spinosaurus. This is mainly due to the reason as to why the Spinosaurus went extinct (which was sooner than the T-Rex) and that is because like Humans, The Spinosaurus was too adapted to his enviroment and when that drasticly changed it went extinct. We Humans are also too adapted to our enviroment, which will not bode well for us in the long run.

Tamayako : Honestly, the fact that we never see the actual comet hit makes it even more chilling, cuz to the dinosaurs(and the viewer) it seems like the end of the world just came out of nowhere, with no reason or source.

Sawrattan : Oo you cut off the twist ending with the birds :)

kaph123 : All the dinosaurs and trees fly away because of the shockwave but the camera stays at the same place :D

Emma Estrada : :c WHY GOD CREATED A DANGEROUS FROM OUTER SPACE

Manuel Guardado : I wish we could bring em back ):

Theo : This scene gave me depression as a kid.

Liger595 : Who’s cutting them onions ? Such a sad ending.

Sawrattan : Can someone explain what was the rain of molten rock? Was this from the meteor collision or freak weather? (Science isn't my forte)

Cheeseandwhiskers 1998 : This is Taken From Walking With Dinosaurs The Highlights

Markus NΓ€vergΓ₯rd : And we stand upon the brink of another massextinction and this time its no asteroid. It Humans who is causing it.

Mary K : Shawn the train told me.

Willian Ramos : POOR ANIMALS R.I.P DINOSAURS

hking5 : The alternate title: "And the dinosaurs are gone..."

Adamski : The saddest day in are planets history.

TroyTroodon : @rstein926 and @Ding dong so long they call it schlong Both of your are right and wrong. I'll start off by saying, yes the meteor likely did wipe out the dinosaurs, but there probably was not nuclear winter; however the the impact at Yucatan did spur massive amounts of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere, and after the raining fire and massive earthquakes, and possible volcanic activity that may also be a result of the impact, the sulfuric contaminants spread threw out the world, cutting off run light and in turn destroying the global food chain. There probably was no nuclear winter, but still the deafening global darkness alone still cut off any photosynthesis for plants, thus starving the herbivores and of course the carnivores who feed off them in tern. Only reason why the mammals, smaller reptiles, fish, amphibians, arthropods and of course, the avian dinosaurs survived was because, as Ding dong stated, they were small enough to evade the carnage, as well as hibernate, story enough food for them to last, as well as reproduce more compared the much larger dinosaurs, which they may have also scavenged from as they kept dying out. As for the theory that dinosaurs were already doomed or dying, it's... rather inconsistent, some sources say so sure, but there are also sources stating that the dinosaurs were actually doing pretty well for the most part and the volcanic poising only happened after the impact and may well have contributed to the global darkness and poisonous climatic conditions already brought on from the blast of sulfur from the impact zone.

Alpha Bloom : Why does this make me depressed 😭😒

PaleoPatriotAlexWebb : Kenneth Branagh's narration is so EPIC and powerful.

mckinzie loomis : i'm now depressed *plays "so guys if you want a shoutout" meme over **1:05*Β  now I feel better

Cheeseandwhiskers 1998 : Could You Upload it Again I Missed My Chance Last Time Cause it Got Blocked

Golden Crusader : This, is the end of the Age of Dinosaurs ;___;

28godzilla : When the molten rock rain started... those lines hit me hard like a title wave of bricks...

RYAN THE GAMER GUY. : Poor baby T-Rexs 😭😭😭 and all the other dinosaurs too RIP πŸ˜ƒ