* ''Beasts'' has at least two. By the end of "Next of Kin" when the [[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeMammals australopithecines]] team up to drive off the big cat ''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeMammals Dinofelis]]'' from a threatened youngster, and when the matriarch of the [[StockDinosaursNonDinosaurs mammoth]] herd welcomes the delayed female and her calf in "Mammoth Journey".
** Making the ending of "Next of Kin" was that Blue was the ButtMonkey (IncrediblyLamePun recognized) of the ''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeMammals Australopithecus]]'' tribe, an orphan who was basically a hanger-on to the tribe after his mother died. The fact the tribe considered him ''worth saving'' make it extra heartwarming.
* The ending to ''Walking With Dinosaurs'' would be a TearJerker, except for the very end, which shows (just like ending to ''Film/JurassicPark''), that even though the dinosaurs are gone their descendants -- birds -- are still with us.
* The book version of ''[[ShootTheShaggyDog Giant Of The Skies]]'' makes the ending a tad more uplifting (no pun intended) when we learn that the old ''Ornithocheirus'' did not die in vain.
-->Despite this ignominious end, the old male was a success. In his 40 years of life he probably sired [[BabiesEverAfter several thousand offspring]] and it is likely that some of them were on this beach, competing and succeeding where he finally failed.