DINOSAURS – Dinos on the loose
Deep in the Amazon Jungle, the three brothers Maxx, Luis and Flynn Colby discover the last living dinosaurs. With great bravery, they rescue injured animals and take them to their Large Research Station. Face-to-face with fearsome giant dinosaurs, like the carnivorous T-Rex, they face great danger. But they only have one mission: The Dinosaurs must survive!
Professor Dr. Arthur Colby is a world-famous Dinosaur Researcher. He invites his sons Maxx, Luis and Flynn to the Brazilian Jungle. They are amazed that their father runs a secret research station for dinosaurs here! The three brothers are going to take over responsibility for the station. Their father wants to retire and only occasionally use video chat to follow the exciting adventures that Maxx, Luis and Flynn experience in the Amazon Jungle. Of course, the first Dino adventure is not long coming! The boys new dino friend, Mr. Brachio, is being attacked by a red Velociraptor. Will the Colbys be able to get there in time?
We are Team Dino
Discover the dinosaurs
The King of the dinosaurs! With a length of up to 13 metres and a height of 7 metres, it was one of the largest carnivores living in the country. It is believed that the T-Rex had an excellent sense of smell.
The dinosaurs of the genus Postosuchus are among the oldest dinosaurs of all. They are close relatives of today's crocodiles, and had long, narrow distinctive snouts. Most of the time they walked on four legs, but could also stand on their hind legs to catch prey with their claws. The sharp, dagger-like teeth cane be seen in their strong, flexible jaw.
When the dinosaurs of the genus Cryolophosaurus open their mobile jaws, dangerous teeth can be seen! In the Lower Jurassic Period they were the largest carnivorous dinosaurs. Cryolophosaurus fossils have been discovered in Antarctica. At that time, this part of the world was not covered with ice, but with large forests.
Agustinia is a genus of sauropod dinosaurs from the Early Cretaceous Period of South America.These dinosaurs have long, narrow spines along their back, which make them distinctive. They probably didn't use their spines and plates to attack, but only to protect them from carnivorous dinosaurs. They are harmless herbivores.
The Baryonyx has a flexible jaw with dangerous, saw-like teeth. These dinosaurs probably hunted mainly in the water, with a special shaped snout that could be immersed perfectly in water to catch fish. They also have unusually large and heavy, hook-shaped thumb claws to hold onto their prey.
Ankylosaurus is a genus of armoured dinosaur, with a tail club and is armoured all around with bone plates. These herbivorous dinosaurs do not go hunting, but can definitely defend themselves! When they feel threatened, they fling their heavy, bony tail club towards the attackers. They could probably even crush large bones with it.