Scientists discuss what the world may be like in the future and examine the creatures that they believe will inhabit the Earth millions of years from now; a vast lush rainforest has formed, supporting many new life forms.
An immense mountain range stops moisture reaching inland, creating a parched desert. Scientists, with the help of state-of-the-art animation bring to life Bumblebeetles, Grimworms and Desert Hoppers.
Eminent scientists with the help of state-of-the-art animation bring to life weird and wonderful creatures such as ocean fish, sharkopaths and silverswimmers.
The second Pangea has been created due to a basalt eruption.
Antarctica has been pulled north and now lies in the tropics. Scientists with the help of state-of-the-art animation bring to life Roachcutters, Falconflies and Spitfire beetles.
One million years in the future and volcanoes have turned Earth into a hothouse, the Bay of Bengal is enclosed, and the Himalayas have eroded to low hills.
Eminent scientists, with the help of state-of-the-art animation, bring creatures to life such as Carakillers, Babookaris and Rattlebacks that could exist in a vastly altered Amazon basin.
The world has entered another ice age, bring glaciers far into the northern and southern hemisphere.
Five million years in the future, Earth is in the last throes of the current ice age; eminent scientists, with the help of state-of-the-art animation, bring to life weird and wonderful creatures such as shagrats snowstalkers and gannetwhales.
Computer animation bring to life plants and animals that scientists think will dominate the earth in the future.