He just cares about himself, feeding himself, and nobody else. Scar eventually reaches the far bank and reunites with the Edmontosaurus herd, finally reaching safety. The Edmontosaurus herd, aside from Scar, consists of the protagonists and deuteragonists. Suddenly, the log she stands on breaks apart and the Edmontonia slides down the snow on her back and crashes into a snowdrift, utterly helpless. Back in Alaska, Patch picks up a bone and heads back to his nest, which he has been building in the hopes of attracting a mate. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki… Scar and the old Edmontosaurus walks on, but the older animal, suffering from a brain tumor, becomes more aggressive and nervous towards Scar, eventually even biting him. March of the Dinosaurs Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Wikis. Write a description about your topic. Feel free to edit and add pages to this wiki! The Nanuqsaurus heads back to the cave, fatally wounded with a broken leg. Games Movies TV Video. They feasted on any leaves, but during fall and winter seasons they fed off of whatever was left for them to eat. Welcome to the March of the Dinosaurs Wiki. This is also evidenced by his hesitating a duel between himself and the female Edmontania. Lying in wait, a pack of Albertosaurus sleeps until the herd is close enough to ambush. Welcome to the March of the Dinosaurs wiki! March of the Dinosaurs is a CGI film which has aired on ITV 1 in the UK on April 23, 2011 and released on DVD on 27 May 2011. Scar later meets Patch the Troodon and scares him away. Scar has never swum before, but he is pushed in and starts to swim for the shore. Here you can read about the 2011 Impossible Pictures production March of the Dinosaurs, find out who the characters are, what species there, everything! When night falls for the first time, Scar loses sign of the herd and spots a dark shape, which turns out to be a Nanuqsaurus (Identified as Gorgosaurus), which slices his face as he narrowly dodges the killer blow. Set 70 million years ago in the Cretaceous in North America, the film follows the journey of a young Edmontosaurus named Scar and his herd as they migrate from Northern Alaska to Alberta during the winter. It shows a 1000-mile autumn migration of Edmontosaurus and Pachyrhinosaurus from their summer grazing in northwest Canada (then well inside the Arctic Circle, so that the winter night and summer day were each 4 months long) to their winter grazing in the south-west USA, and the young Troodon which had to stay and endure the Arctic winter. Scar climbs up the cliff, but loses his courage, and the Albertosaurus, injured in the eruption, begins to close in. The hazards met are land and water predators, an Arctic blizzard, thin ice, crossing a foodless volcanic wasteland, a lahar, and a wide river inhabited by predators. New 'frozen dragon' pterosaur found hiding in plain sight, Edmontonia Sp., The First Record of an Ankylosaur from Alaska, http://archosaurmusings.wordpress.com/2011/04/24/a-review-of-march-of-the-dinosaurs/, https://web.archive.org/web/20110530021025/http://www.memorabletv.com/global/uk-tv/march-of-the-dinosaurs/, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=March_of_the_Dinosaurs&oldid=982289487, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 7 October 2020, at 07:30. The feathered carnivores wake up and start to stalk the herd. https://marchofthedinosaurs.fandom.com/wiki/Edmontosaurus?oldid=4246. The Edmontonia is feasting on the budding greens and Patch manages to find a mate, offering scavenged meat from the dead Nanuqsaurus. Meanwhile, Patch and the Troodons are feasting on the dead female Edmontosaurus when the Nanuqsaurus appears. At the end of the movie, the Edmontosaurus herd made it south, and reunited with Scar. Six hundred miles away, the Edmontosaurus herd moves on through a volcanic ash field. She's way too heavy and her armoured body has been storing fat to last her through the lean months. March of the Dinosaurs is a CGI film which has aired on ITV 1 in the UK on April 23, 2011[1] and released on DVD on 27 May 2011. They appear as the main protagonists and deuteragonists in the film March of the Dinosaurs. They first appear living together in the Arctic summer, but their summer paradise slowly fades in the north, causing them to migrate south. Nearby, The Nanuqsaurus finds the Edmontonia outside its lair, but the bite to its leg is badly infected and it goes back into the cave to wait for easier prey to wander close. Scar finds the Edmontonia feasting on insect larvae from a fallen tree branch and tries his luck with mixed success. Here you can read about the 2011 Impossible Pictures production March of the Dinosaurs, find out who the characters are, what species there, everything... FANDOM. Not necessarily evil, the male Gorgosaurus is rather simply a predator who needs food and water to survive. The next day, the Edmontosaurus and Pachyrhinosaurus herds move south for the winter towards Alberta, while Edmontonia stays behind. Scar runs for his life while one of the predators is hot on his heels. However, during their journey, the herd is attacked by Albertosaurus (a relation of Gorgosaurus), causing them to lose many members. All the scenery and vegetation are CGI. Far away south, Scar tries to call for his family, but the only calls are the ones that didn't make it; the old male Edmontosaurus he has been traveling with and an injured female Pachyrhinosaurus. The Albertosaurus, having survived the mudslide, rises back to its feet and starting following Scar's trail again. Set 70 million years ago in the Cretaceousin North America, the film follows the journey of a young Edmontosaurus named Scar and his herd as they migrate south for the winter. The sun eventually rises again and warmth begins to spread across the Arctic Circle. The pterosaur gives up as the ceratopsian herd arrives to cross the river. The DVD says that this is inspired by recent dinosaur fossil discoveries in the Canadian Arctic, and that the Arctic CGI trees are modelled on Sequioa. The sun sets and the Pachyrhinosaur herd moves on somewhere else in search of food. They appear as the main protagonists and deuteragonists in the film March of the Dinosaurs. The young dinosaur hears a rustling noise, which turns to be the injured female Pachyrhinosaurus instead. Quetzalcoatlus is a pterosaur from the late cretaceous of North America. A blizzard arrives and Scar collapses, but an older male arrives and helps him to keep moving through the blizzard. He chases after an Unnuakomys, but another Troodon grabs the fleeing mammal, and Patch is becoming impatient. This film depi… Scar, a young male Edmontosaurus, enjoys his life in the Arctic forests with his extended family, comes across a young immature male Troodon named Patch, who has been feasting on baby Edmontosaurus all summer, but now has to chase smaller, more difficult prey as the baby Edmontosaurus are too large to hunt. The tyrannosaur scares the Troodons away, but is wounded in the fight, and Patch is frustrated and must work harder to find prey. As they cross the river, groups of Prognathodon arrive and pull many of them underwater. Soon, the Edmontosaurus will travel north again once summer begins to arrive to the north. Like every other dinosaur in the Cretaceous period, Edmontosaurus became extinct and many died along the migration trail. Back in the Arctic, Patch tries to impress the female by dancing only to lose out to a more experienced male and the Edmontonia has found a last leaf. The film begins on a summer's day in Northern Alaska 70 million years ago and herd of Edmontosaurus and a spiky Edmontonia are feeding on the lush vegetation that grows all around them.

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