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  • Our partnership

    Having enjoyed partnering on Dippy Returns: The Nation’s Favourite Dinosaur in 2022, we are thrilled that our partnership around the wonder of dinosaurs is continuing with Apple TV+ around the second season of the ground-breaking Prehistoric Planet series! 

    In support of our upcoming exhibition, Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur, the second season of Prehistoric Planet series continues to tell the incredible story of these animals whilst inspiring the public to reconnect with the natural world like never before. Now streaming on Apple TV+

    The Natural History Museum and Apple TV+ aim to ignite a love and curiosity of dinosaurs. By aligning the Titanosaur exhibition and Prehistoric Planet, we hope to encourage the public to foster an interest in discovering more about these awe-inspiring creatures and inspire people to connect with the wonder of nature.

  • Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur

    For the first time ever Patagotitan mayorum will be going on display in Europe. At four times heavier than Dippy the Diplodocus and 12 metres longer than Hope our blue whale, this gigantic creature is a truly spectacular sight! 

    Surrounded by beautiful illustrations of Cretaceous plants and animals, you'll follow the life of titanosaur, from a football-sized egg plucked from its nest to a fully grown adult, bearing the marks of an encounter with a ferocious predator that took a bite out of its tail.

    As you weave your way around the gallery, you'll handle specimens, explore interactives and learn how a creature of this colossal size could have survived, and thrived, on Earth. You'll discover how Patagotitan stayed safe, found food and grew to tower head and shoulders above its fellow Cretaceous critters. 

    After discovering what life was like as the biggest dinosaur, get to know the giants we share our planet with today, learn about their lives, the challenges they face and how we can protect them. 

  • Prehistoric Planet

    An underwater shot of a T. rex swiming.

    Prehistoric Planet is from executive producers Jon Favreau and Michael Gunton and BBC Studios Natural History Unit, the creators of Planet Earth. This ground-breaking series has returned for a second season, now streaming on Apple TV+. Each of the five episodes transports viewers 66 million years in the past to discover in stunning detail the world of the dinosaurs. 

    Now streaming on Apple TV+, Prehistoric Planet Season 2 continues to bring Earth's history to life like never before as the series presents new dinosaurs, new habitats and new scientific discoveries while taking viewers around the world in an epic five episode adventure.


    Watch our scientists on Prehistoric Planet: Uncovered

    Our scientists Professor Paul Barrett and Dr Susie Maidment are both featured in Prehistoric Planet Season 2 on Apple TV+. Go behind-the-scenes and get answers to some of the big questions about the dinosaurs seen in this new season.

    Were Dinosaurs Good Parents?

    Was Pachycephalosaur Really a Headbutter? 

    How Did Dinosaurs Get So Big?

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The Natural History Museum
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