Yesterday’s TT topic was “wild”.
Because Walt Disney had fabricated footage of a mass suicide of lemmings in its film White Wilderness, CBC (at that time) journalist Bob McKeown asked Marlin Perkins if he had done the same. Perkins, then in his eighties, “firmly asked for the camera to be turned off, then punched a shocked McKeown in the face.” 
As interesting and wild as our world today, for sheer magnitude nothing beats the Late Cretaceous for wildness. We truly had Sea Monsters living in what is now the central United States. National Geographic did a special that’s worth watching…
A chunk of the last episode of the BBC series Walking with Dinosaurs: Sea Monsters, showing the Mosasaur (fictitious, obviously, but pretty well done) –
That show has spawned a world tour (which, unfortunately, doesn’t hit Los Angeles). If you live in Texas, you might still be able to get tickets to one of the later shows. If you have any adolescent boys in the house, it’s probably a winner.