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This little mammal is a scavenger.
Called Didelphodon,|she is a marsupial
and specialises in raiding|abandoned dinosaur nests.
This evening, she could be in luck.
Unfortunately, the smell of the nest|blinds her senses to danger.
The end of the Cretaceous.
The continents|are taking their modern forms.
But this movement|of the Earth's crust
has produced a surge|in volcanic activity.
Massive eruptions|that have lasted for centuries
have laid waste to landscapes,
filling the atmosphere|with gases and debris.
This desolate world|is still ruled by dinosaurs,
as it has been|for 160 million years,
but they are nearing the end|of their reign.
Life on earth is choking to death.
Yet in the last two million years,
the dinosaurs'|most infamous predator has appeared.
Tyrannosaurus, a five-tonne,|13-metre long carnivore,
specifically evolved|to kill other giant dinosaurs.
This is a male.
He's been drawn to this volcano|by the smell of food.
The area is full|of geothermal springs
and the air thick|with sulphurous fumes.
But there is another smell here.
In one small valley,|there is the stench of death.
Unwittingly, the Tyrannosaurus|has been drawn into a natural trap.
Volcanic vents are producing|poisonous carbon monoxide,
and because it is heavier than air,
it has formed a suffocating layer|close to the ground.
The giant predator|stands above the layer,
but as he puts|his head down to feed
he begins to feel the effects.
If he topples over now,|he will never get up.
Eventually,|his sheer size is his salvation.
As he stands up with his prize,|his head just clears the gas layer.
There are still islands of greenery|between the lava flows.
In the warm, moist climate|of the late Cretaceous,
the vegetation has transformed.
Instead of conifers,
broad-leaved trees|fill the forest canopy.
Driving this quiet revolution|among the plants
is the remarkable|evolution of flowers.
Their secret lies in their|intimate relationship with insects,
so close that some flowers|can only be pollinated by insects
and some insects, like butterflies,|can only feed on flowers.
Among these new plants,|the birds are flourishing,
and their calls form|an ever-present chorus.
Millions of years of evolution
have also created|intimate relationships
among different types of dinosaurs.
Especially the delicate balance|between predator and prey.
One dinosaur|that specialises in defence
is the extraordinary Ankylosaurus.
They are evolved to withstand attack|even from giant predators
like Tyrannosaurus.
At seven tonnes, Ankylosaurus|are so heavily armoured
that even their eyelids|are hardened.
And if that wasn't enough,|they have a formidable club
on the end of their tails.
Sadly, not even these magnificent|creatures have any defence
against the natural forces|that are suffocating their world.
Nearby lies the Tyrannosaurus nest.
These are usually|closely guarded by the mother,
but this nest has been abandoned,
and a Didelphodon|has burrowed into the side.
Dinosaurs are vulnerable because|they lay their eggs on the ground.
But size helps,
and the egg is a challenge|for this marsupial.
Soon the age of the mammals|will dawn,
and they will grow massive,
but this is as big|as Cretaceous mammals get.
The Tyrannosaurus embryo inside|the abandoned egg is already dead.
The scent is a lure|to another Didelphodon.
Many dinosaur embryos cannot|survive in this volcanic environment
because acidic pollution
prevents their eggshells|from forming properly.
The mother is calling|for a new mate.
Tyrannosaurus have huge territories|of hundreds of square kilometres.
Her challenge is to attract|a wandering male.
She may have to call|like this for weeks.
One of the Tyrannosaurus's|principal sources of prey
are these bulky Torosaurus.
In the late Cretaceous, herds of|horned herbivores are very common
and attract many predators.
It is rutting season. To display,|males flush blood into their crests,
creating vivid patterns.
These displays help|to avoid physical contact.
With one-metre-long horns,
fighting can easily result|in bad injuries.
The best and the brightest crest
is all that is needed|to settle arguments.
Occasionally,|showing off is not enough
and males resort to brute force.
For this old Torosaurus,|this was one fight too many.
He will never again|challenge for the right to mate.
The mating call|of the Tyrannosaurus
continues to echo|across the volcanic slopes.
And it has been heard.
A male has killed|a young Triceratops.
It's not just to satisfy his hunger.|It is a gift.
Female Tyrannosaurus|are larger and more aggressive,
and he courts her with food
to stop her attacking him on sight.
The female arrives.
She is wary.
The primary weapon|of a Tyrannosaurus is its mouth.
The primary weapon|of a Tyrannosaurus is its mouth.
Its arms are tiny|so it can carry a massive jaw
and remain balanced.
This jaw can crush bone|and tear off up to 70 kg of meat
with one bite.
The male keeps his distance.
Later that evening, they mate.
This is the first of many couplings
as the male stays by the female|while she is receptive -
ready to see off any other males.
On the lava flows,|a group of Anatotitan
wanders between islands of greenery.
These animals are members|of the hadrosaur family,
the most common group of dinosaurs|in the Late Cretaceous.
But their kind has evolved
to thrive in lush lowland swamps,|not in an ash wilderness.
Three days have passed.
The Triceratops carcass|has been stripped
and the female Tyrannosaurus|is beginning to tire of her mate.
The male knows better than to stay.
Gliding in from the coast,
a magnificent pterosaur,|Quetzalcoatlus, is hunting for food.
This is now a rare sight.
For 20 million years, these flying|reptiles have been in decline.
These 13-metre giants|are the only ones left.
And this is a dangerous place to be.
One-tonne crocodiles|live in the lake,
and could easily drag|the delicate glider to his death.
Driven on to extinction.
The skies of the future|belong to the birds
that already flourish around him.
Months have passed,|and the female Tyrannosaurus
has built a new nest,|camouflaged in the forest.
Mother keeps watch.
For the full two months|of the eggs' incubation,
she will not leave or even eat.
She knows her nest|is a magnet to scavengers.
Like this Dromaeosaur.
His cautious approach|is watched by the Tyrannosaurus.
She judges exactly|when he has got too close.
As the sun sets, another threat|comes out to haunt the mother.
With food becoming scarce,|the mammals are getting bolder.
She checks to make sure|more have not burrowed in,
then returns to her vigil.
The weeks pass, and above|the brilliant volcanic sunsets,
there are signs of an even more|destructive natural disaster.
Showers of shooting stars|herald the approach of a giant comet
on a collision course|with the Earth.
Far below,|the dinosaurs are oblivious.
The Torosaurus herd|continues to feed.
The Torosaurus herd|continues to feed.
Nervous of moonlight predators,
younger animals seek protection|among the larger adults.
Using the darkness, a pair|of Dromaeosaurs unsettle the herd
and isolate one of the youngsters.
Safe. But the predators have tasted|blood and will not give up easily.
Morning reveals|the results of last night's tussle.
The little Torosaurus lost his fight|with the predators.
For the herd, it is a blow.|Too few young are being born
in this polluted environment.
A Didelphodon|is already at the carcass.
These little opportunists are about|the only animals that are thriving.
During their reign, dinosaurs|have adapted to huge changes
but now they face|a combination of events
that will spell their doom.
After trekking|across the ash fields,
Anatotitans gather round|a stagnant pool to drink and feed.
Huge batteries of chewing teeth
make short work of the vegetation.
Once again, the predators make|the water's edge a dangerous place.
The group senses danger|and starts to break up.
The mother Tyrannosaurus|has broken her fast
and is back with a vengeance.
Nearby is the reason for her hunger.|Three Tyrannosaurus chicks.
The only survivors|from a clutch of twelve.
The moment they hear the kill,
they start calling for food.
The mother delivers|a slab of Anatotitan meat.
Only four weeks old|and less than a metre high,
competition is intense between them.
One is already picked on|by the others.
They'll remain under their mother's|protection for another two months.
Soon after that,|she will abandon them,
or worse, view them as food.
It is unlikely|the outcast will last that long.
A few days later|and the mother rests
in the warm afternoon sun.
There is no sign|of the smaller runt.
He may have been killed|by his siblings.
Increasingly, the bickering pair are|happy to wander from their mother
to explore their surroundings.
From the undergrowth,|a snake watches.
These reptiles|have only recently evolved
from the same family as lizards,
but they specialise in hunting|warm-blooded creatures like mammals.
They use sensory pits|on their snouts
as a way of detecting the heat|signatures of other animals.
It doesn't like what it sees.
While the chicks play, they are|oblivious to approaching danger.
The mother is caught|completely by surprise.
The Ankylosaurus has very little|brain inside its reinforced skull,
so when faced with danger, it reacts|automatically and aggressively.
Normally,|Tyrannosaurus would retreat,
but she will not abandon her young.
The blow has cracked|the mother's femur
and ruptured internal organs.
She limps away in agony.
That night, the usual evening chorus
is joined by the whimper|of a dying giant.
By morning, she lies lifeless|on the baking ash fields.
The chicks stand expectantly by|the colossal corpse of their mother.
Hours pass, and still they wait.
But their fate will now be settled,
along with all the other|giant dinosaurs of the Cretaceous.
3,000 km to the south, the massive|comet crashes into Earth.
The light from the impact|fades in silence.
Then the shock waves arrive.
Next comes the blast front.
Finally a rain of molten rock starts|to fall out of the darkening sky -
Finally a rain of molten rock starts|to fall out of the darkening sky -
this is the end|of the age of the dinosaurs.
The comet struck the Gulf of Mexico
with the force of 10 billion|Hiroshima bombs.
In the catastrophic climate changes|that followed,
65% of life died out.
It took millions of years|for Earth to recover,
and when it did,|the giant dinosaurs were gone,
never to return.
In their place have emerged other|powerful and beautiful creatures.
We now know one small group|of dinosaurs
did survive the extinction -
and they are all around us today -
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