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22nd Jun '16 1:19:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/KarelZeman's ''Journey to the Beginning of Time'', a Czech film that was syndicated to American TV, most notably on ''GarfieldGooseAndFriends''.
* The ''Danger Island'' segment from ''TheBananaSplits''.

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* Creator/KarelZeman's ''Journey to the Beginning of Time'', a Czech film that was syndicated to American TV, most notably on ''GarfieldGooseAndFriends''.
''WesternAnimation/GarfieldGooseAndFriends''.
* The ''Danger Island'' segment from ''TheBananaSplits''.''WesternAnimation/TheBananaSplits''.



* Kinkao in ''PairOfKings''.

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* Kinkao in ''PairOfKings''.''Series/PairOfKings''.
10th Jun '16 1:45:57 PM Doug86
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** ''The Lost Continent'' (originally known as ''Beyond Thirty'') - the titular continent is Europe, in an AlternateHistory in which WorldWarI never ended because eventually no organized government was left to make peace. The United States never entered the war, and in fact made laws forbidding any ship to cross certain lines of longitude (hence the original title).

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** ''The Lost Continent'' (originally known as ''Beyond Thirty'') - the titular continent is Europe, in an AlternateHistory in which WorldWarI UsefulNotes/WorldWarI never ended because eventually no organized government was left to make peace. The United States never entered the war, and in fact made laws forbidding any ship to cross certain lines of longitude (hence the original title).
9th Jun '16 8:12:07 AM Viper16
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* Atlantis from "The Atlantis Enigma" in BlakeAndMortimer. An empire created before recorded history, it was destroyed (along with much of the Earth's surface) by a falling meteor and the ensuing tidal waves; the survivors eventually build a new empire in vast underground caverns under the Atlantic, which is what Blake and Mortimer discover. They've progressed to the point of becoming an AdvancedAncientAcropolis, mastering anti-gravity technology, laser weaponry, and space travel, among other things.
26th Apr '16 11:39:29 AM fearlessnikki
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* Neverland, from J.M. Barrie's ''Literature/PeterPan''.

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* Neverland, from J.M. Barrie's ''Literature/PeterPan''. Subverted in that it's a world created by the dreams and stories of children, so only they can really visit it.


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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' has three unexplored continents on Gaia, with only the Mist Continent being densely populated and civilised. As airships can't run without mist, and there's none on the other continents, travel to them has been rare. The Outer Continent mainly had its population wiped out in a disaster some ten years previously. The Forgotten and Lost Continents meanwhile have no settlements and are home to a few {{Eldritch Location}}s.
31st Mar '16 1:29:42 AM Rorosilky5
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* The "Lost World" level in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'', located in the middle of the Mystic Jungle.
* The Lost Hex, from the appropriately named ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'', is a PatchworkMap FloatingContinent made of hexagonal pieces.

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* The "Lost World" level in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'', located in the middle of the Mystic Jungle.
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Ruins jungle.
** Speaking of Sonic...
The Lost Hex, from the appropriately named ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'', is a PatchworkMap FloatingContinent made out of hexagonal pieces.
6th Feb '16 2:26:14 AM justanid
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Two frequent lost worlds are the DesertedIsland and (in older works) MysteriousAntarctica. Often a key element in a JungleOpera. May contain a CityOfGold. Overlaps with HollowWorld, with the internal and external surfaces loosing knowledge of eachother.

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Two frequent lost worlds are the DesertedIsland and (in older works) MysteriousAntarctica. Often a key element in a JungleOpera. May contain a CityOfGold. Overlaps with HollowWorld, with the internal and external surfaces loosing knowledge of eachother.
eachother. CityInABottle can happen as well, if the Lost World is cut off from the outside world.
6th Feb '16 2:23:29 AM justanid
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Two frequent lost worlds are the DesertedIsland and (in older works) MysteriousAntarctica. Often a key element in a JungleOpera. May contain a CityOfGold. Overlaps with HollowEarth, with the internal and external surfaces loosing knowledge of eachother.

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Two frequent lost worlds are the DesertedIsland and (in older works) MysteriousAntarctica. Often a key element in a JungleOpera. May contain a CityOfGold. Overlaps with HollowEarth, HollowWorld, with the internal and external surfaces loosing knowledge of eachother.
6th Feb '16 2:22:58 AM justanid
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Two frequent lost worlds are the DesertedIsland and (in older works) MysteriousAntarctica.
Often a key element in a JungleOpera. May contain a CityOfGold.

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Two frequent lost worlds are the DesertedIsland and (in older works) MysteriousAntarctica.
MysteriousAntarctica. Often a key element in a JungleOpera. May contain a CityOfGold.
CityOfGold. Overlaps with HollowEarth, with the internal and external surfaces loosing knowledge of eachother.
31st Jan '16 8:10:17 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Superfriends}}'' (1973-74) episode "The Mysterious Moles". Deep under the earth is the Bottomless Cave: a gigantic cavern filled with plants, lakes and dinosaurs.

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* ''{{Superfriends}}'' ''{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}'' (1973-74) episode "The Mysterious Moles". Deep under the earth is the Bottomless Cave: a gigantic cavern filled with plants, lakes and dinosaurs.
8th Jan '16 5:25:32 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the ''SpiderRiders'' franchise, a place aptly named the "Inner World" exists deep beneath the earth in a gigantic cavern filled with plants, an ocean and giant humanoid insects.

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* In the ''SpiderRiders'' ''Anime/SpiderRiders'' franchise, a place aptly named the "Inner World" exists deep beneath the earth in a gigantic cavern filled with plants, an ocean and giant humanoid insects.



* The MarvelUniverse distills this trope into a place known as the "Savage Land." It is a tropical jungle ''in the middle of [[MysteriousAntarctica Antarctica]]'' filled with strange creatures, prehistoric beasts, warrior tribes, incredible civilizations and other great pulpy stuff.

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* The MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse distills this trope into a place known as the "Savage Land." It is a tropical jungle ''in the middle of [[MysteriousAntarctica Antarctica]]'' filled with strange creatures, prehistoric beasts, warrior tribes, incredible civilizations and other great pulpy stuff.
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