Check out the 'flamboyant flyers' of 'Prehistoric Planet' in a new Apple TV+ promo video
What you need to know
- A new Prehistoric Planet video takes a look at some flying dinosaurs.
- Prehistoric Planet is a five-episode docuseries about dinosaurs streaming now on Apple TV+.
Apple TV+ has shared another Prehistoric Planet — Uncovered video to YouTube, part of the promotion for the larger Prehistoric Planet docuseries that is currently in the middle of a five-day run of episodes.
The new YouTube video focuses on "flamboyant flyers," a group of dinosaurs that have large protrusions on their heads. But are they there to help them fly more efficiently, or is there another reason? Narrater Sir David Attenborough and scientists take a look in this five-minute video.
You can watch the new video below:
The first two episodes of Prehistoric Planet are available to stream right now with a new one arriving every day until all five episodes have aired. If this video makes looks like something you'd like to see more of, check out the real thing on Apple TV+ now. You'll need a subscription, but at $4.99 per month, it's worth every penny.
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