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2nd Nov '17 10:37:54 AM themisterfree
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-->"Guinea Dragon!!!"\\
"Run for your lives! It's a ''Guinessaurus rex''!"

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-->"Guinea Dragon!!!"\\
"Run for your lives! It's
pirate!!!"\\
"It's
a ''Guinessaurus rex''!"
5th Oct '17 3:50:17 AM Kooshmeister
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->'''Malcolm:''' What? What did you expect to document? What did you expect to see?\\
'''Nic Van Owen:''' Animals, maybe... big iguanas.

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->'''Malcolm:''' ->'''Ian Malcolm:''' What? What did you expect to document? What did you expect to see?\\
'''Nic '''Nick Van Owen:''' Animals, maybe... big iguanas.
23rd Sep '17 9:13:47 AM nombretomado
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* There's one on the middle of the playfield for {{Atari}}'s ''Pinball/MiddleEarth'' pinball, right next to the ''TyrannosaurusRex''.

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* There's one on the middle of the playfield for {{Atari}}'s Creator/{{Atari}}'s ''Pinball/MiddleEarth'' pinball, right next to the ''TyrannosaurusRex''.
11th Sep '17 1:23:38 PM GojiBiscuits
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* ''Film/KingKongVsGodzilla'' features a giant octopus as a secondary monster on top of the two in the title, who menaces the natives and explorers on Farou Island before Kong comes to the rescue. For the most part it was portrayed by several live octopi, but in a few shots it was replaced by a puppet or a stop-motion model.

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* ''Film/KingKongVsGodzilla'' features a giant octopus as a secondary monster on top of the two in the title, who menaces the natives and explorers on Farou Island before Kong comes to the rescue. For An unusually-polished example, the giant octopus was for the most part it was portrayed by several live real octopi, but in a few shots it was replaced who were encouraged to clamber over the miniature set by a having air blown on them. A sophisticated puppet or a stop-motion model. was also built, and stop motion animation was additionally used to portray the giant cephalopod.
29th Aug '17 12:05:25 PM FigmentJedi
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* ''[[https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/laelaps/paleo-profile-the-horned-lizard/ Shringasaurus]]'', a Triassic reptile with a strong resemblance to the "tyrannosaur" in the 1960 Lost World film.
28th Aug '17 10:26:24 AM matruz
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* ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' attempted to put an alien suit on a small dog for a brief scene when the xenomorph is still at small size, but when they looked at the result [[EpicFail it looked exactly like a small dog wearing an alien suit]].

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* ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' ''Film/Alien3'' attempted to put an alien suit on a small dog for a brief scene when the xenomorph is still at small size, but when they looked at the result result, [[EpicFail it looked exactly like a small dog wearing an alien suit]].
20th Jul '17 7:15:36 PM matruz
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* ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' attempted to put an alien suit on a small dog for a brief scene when the xenomorph is still at small size, but when they looked at the rushes [[EpicFail it looked exactly like a small dog wearing an alien suit]].

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* ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' attempted to put an alien suit on a small dog for a brief scene when the xenomorph is still at small size, but when they looked at the rushes result [[EpicFail it looked exactly like a small dog wearing an alien suit]].
17th May '17 8:25:11 AM StFan
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* ''Series/{{Space 1999}}'': in the episode "New Adam, New Eve", in a change from the usual PeopleInRubberSuits, giant lizards are encountered in a cave. Commander Koenig makes short work of them with his laser.

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* ''Series/{{Space 1999}}'': ''Series/Space1999'': in the episode "New Adam, New Eve", in a change from the usual PeopleInRubberSuits, giant lizards are encountered in a cave. Commander Koenig makes short work of them with his laser.



[[folder: Mythology]]

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[[folder: Mythology]][[folder:Myths & Religion]]



* Also parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' "The Startling" story arc, which really needs to be seen to be believed.

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* Also parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', "The Startling" story arc, which really needs to be seen to be believed.



23rd Apr '17 10:24:49 AM fearlessnikki
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* In-universe example in ''WesternAnimation/TheLastUnicorn''. Mommy Fortuna takes everyday animals and uses a little bit of trickery to fool people into thinking they're mythical beasts. When she captures the titular unicorn, as the general public can't see her horn, she has to stick a fake horn onto her head.
8th Apr '17 11:51:48 AM Snicka
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* In ''Film/QuestForFire'', the sabre-toothed cats are played by trained lions with prosthetic teeth.
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