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Could the T.rex swim? Let Apple TV+ Have the Answer in a New 5-Minute ‘Prehistoric Planet’ Promo



Could the T.rex swim? Let Apple TV+ Have the Answer in a New 5-Minute ‘Prehistoric Planet’ Promo


Apple TV+ has shared a new promo video for its Prehistoric Planet series, but it’s not a 30-second sneak peek. The new five-minute video takes an in-depth look at a burning question: could T. rex swim?

It turns out that yes, yes, it could. And Apple TV+ also thinks it was pretty good. It’s all about those big, long, muscular legs and a surprisingly dynamic body.

Watch the video to get all the T. rex swimmers you’ve ever needed.

They are huge, powerful… and full of surprises. Discover an unexpected side of T.rex in Prehistoric Planet, now available on Apple TV+ https://apple.co/_Prehistoric

Experience the world of dinosaurs like never before in this epic five-night event, from Executive Producer Jon Favreau and the producers of Planet Earth. Starring David Attenborough, Prehistoric Planet premieres on Apple TV+ on May 23.

The first episode of Prehistoric Planet is available to stream today with another episode arriving daily until the end of the season. You’ll need an Apple TV+ subscription to watch, while those with an Apple One subscription can also get in on the dino action. Priced at just $4.99 a month on its own, Apple TV+ is one of the best out there right now when it comes to streaming.

If you want to enjoy Prehistoric Planet in style, be sure to check out our list of the best Apple TV deals on the market today.

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