Walking With Dinosaurs The Movie Blu-ray/DVD Giveaway (Ends 3/20)

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Walking With Dinosaurs Blu-ray

Next to man walking on the moon, has there been anything as crazy hard to believe as dinosaurs roaming our planet? I mean, I know both have happened but when I really stop to think about it, both those things just blow my mind.

Huh, I wonder if dinosaurs ever roamed the moon. Now that would be insane!

Anyways, we didn’t catch Twentieth Century Fox’s Walking With Dinosaurs The Movie when it hit theaters, so I’m real anxious to give it a screening when my review copy arrives later this month. Granted, if I existed at the same time as these terrible lizards, I think I would’ve called the movie Running From Dinosaurs. But hey, as long as they’re not snacking on humans, you can’t beat walking with ’em.

Walking With Dinosaurs the Movie

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and BBC Earth Films invite you to bring home Walking with Dinosaurs The Movie, an awe-inspiring adventure 70 million years in the making, now stomping in just in time for Easter.

Experience the spectacular story that brings dinosaurs to life and the viewer back in time. Directed by Barry Cook (Mulan, Arthur Christmas) and Neil Nightingale (Meerkats: The Movie) and the writer behind the hit film Happy Feet, Walking With Dinosaurs The Movie features heart-warming performances from an incredible ensemble of Hollywood’s biggest stars including: John Leguizamo (Ice Age, Rio 2), Justin Long (Alvin and the Chipmunks, Dodgeball) and Karl Urban (Star Trek).

The Blu-ray edition of the film contains some super cool special features including all sorts of entertaining information about dinosaurs and their natural habitat. To tide you over for the movie’s Blu-ray and DVD release on March 25, here are a number of free printable coloring pages featuring some of the popular dinosaurs from the movie!

Free Dinosaur Coloring Pages

Click the image below to open up a new window with a printable PDF. Print and color! 

Walking with Dinosaurs coloring pages         Walking with Dinosaurs coloring pages

Walking with Dinosaurs coloring pages           Walking with Dinosaurs coloring pages

Walking With Dinosaurs arrives March 25 
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Comments

  1. megon burkit says

    I think it was global warming! Otherwise known as the natural climate change that is still happening.

  2. Leslie L Stanziani says

    I tend to believe it was climate changes.They went through an ice age that is just now starting to thaw due to more changes.

  3. Stephanie Brown Eversole says

    The general consensus among people MUCH more knowledgeable than myself is asteroid, so I’m going with that:)

  4. Amanda Hendricks-Selby says

    I think it was a combination of things. Yellowstone super volcano erupted, asteroid, disease, drout, extreme climate changes, etc.

  5. Lenora D says

    I don’t really know, I don’t think anyone does. There seems to have been more than one age and die off.

  6. jennifer bogart says

    I think the dinosaurs were killed off by the ice age, much like polar bears and global warming.

  7. Claudia says

    I think what killed the dinosaurs was the Volcanic eruptions, that is why there are dinosaurs fossils, Thank you!

  8. Deborah Wellenstein says

    I think it was an unsustainable change to the environment. Volcanic eruption? Asteroid collision with Earth? Something made the dinosaur’s environment unliveable.

  9. Sandi Tymchuk says

    A catastrophic climate change brought about by an asteroid impact created conditions unfavourable to dinosaurs.

  10. Tabitha P. says

    i think the planet either got too hot or cold.
    they didn’t have enough time to adapt to the changes.

  11. Connie Bocsik says

    I really dont know… Something changed their food supply probably and it was a chain reaction.

  12. Erika says

    A big rock (as my 4 year old would say). :) Thank you! Would love to win this for my boys who LOVE dinosaurs!

  13. Dorothy Teel says

    What do you think killed off all the dinosaurs? a massive ice storm or else their computer lost the internet..lol

  14. DailyWoman(Lacey) says

    Not really sure, You have to wonder if it was a climate change that killed off the dinosaurs why didn’t it kill off the “cave” people. Or were there “cave” people then too. Questions Questions??

  15. Ronald O. says

    I believe it’s possible that an asteroid, climate change or even a global flood that could have destroyed the dinosaurs. But truthfully, I don’t know…I wasn’t there, thankfully.

  16. Megan G says

    Not certain but for an entire species to be wiped out I’m going to say…an asteroid hit the earth, triggered a massive volcano eruption which blacked out the sky and created an ice age (aka dinosaur Armageddon).

  17. Michelle S says

    I think a meteor would be logical or possibly a meteor that caused the climate to change that affected their habitat.

  18. Andrea Amy says

    An astroid hit the hit causing severe reactions that including the dying off of 75% of the plant life on earth. With not enough to eat, the dinosaurs ended up dying off while the planet rebuilt itself so to speak.

  19. vickie couturier says

    I have no ideal,but my grandsons are crazy about them,,they know all the names etc,just from watching dinosaur train an dino dan

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