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Deinosuchus attacks Matilda, PPEP06

The following is a transcript of Supercroc.

Narrator: There is something missing from our world.
[whooshing]
Narrator: The amazing animals that time has left behind.
[roaring]
[whooshing]
Narrator: But what if we could bring them back? What if extinction didn't have to be forever?
[roaring]
[portal activating]
Narrator: We're going back in time on a safari with a difference, as wildlife adventurer Nigel Marven plunges into prehistory to rescue creatures on the brink of extinction.
[trumpeting]
Narrator: His plan is to bring them back to the safety of the present, and give them a second chance.
[chirping]
Narrator: This time Nigel's going back 75 million years to prehistoric Texas.
[bellowing]
[whooshing]
Narrator: He wants to catch one of the top predators of all time. A crocodile so huge, that it hunted dinosaurs.
Narrator: Welcome to the ultimate wildlife sanctuary. Welcome to Prehistoric Park.
[cawing]
Narrator: Prehistoric Park's mission to bring back extinct animals has so far been a big success. A herd of hungry titanosaurs, two large and dangerous T. rex, and a flock of Ornithomimus are just a few of the park's current residents.
Narrator: But according to Nigel, there's still room for one more huge reptile. As head keeper Bob's about to find out...
[splashing]
Narrator: Bob's come to feed Henry, one of the park's modern-day residents. A four-metre long Nile crocodile.
[splashing]
Narrator: But even Henry and his friends will soon have to watch their backs, because Nigel wants to bring back one of these. A prehistoric crocodile.
Nigel: [laughing] It's a cast, can we turn it 'round boys?
Nigel: The skull of Deinosuchus, the giant crocodile. Based on the fossils I had it made, but that's the head, watch this mate. Look!
[footsteps]
Nigel: [laughing] The tail would have been here, it's that long.
Narrator: And weighing up to nine tonnes, Deinosuchus is the biggest crocodile that has ever lived.
Bob: I think he's being a bit ambitious this time. I mean, you see our Nile crocodiles over there, we have enough trouble getting them to do anything. How he thinks he's gonna get a fifty-foot Deinosuchus through the time portal, I don't know it's a mystery to me, I think... I think he might have overstretched himself this time.