The kids have been watching the 1999 series of Walking With Dinosaurs. It was cutting edge computer graphics back then - it looks a bit clunky now, but it's still very good. I like Kenneth Branagh as a narrator.
I was so taken with this scene of a huge dinosaur pushing over trees, I just had to post it. Listen to what Kenneth has to say - they're not pushing over the trees in order to make furniture or floor boards or cardboard or paper. They're not even pushing them over to eat them. They're pushing them over to get at the ferns underneath.
Where's Greenpeace when you need them? Why aren't there bearded ferals running around the forest, chaining themselves to trees in order to stop this senseless slaughter of the forests? Is it ok for nature to thin the trees (as elephants still do today), but not ok for man to harvest them and put them to good use?
The next scene is all about a massive dinosaur fart - I've left that bit on the cutting room floor.