Why does Victor Veloci have human grunts?Do they know that he's probably going to kill them if he succeeds? or are they just motivated by money?
Bigger issue: Why in the high holy f**k does this show qualify as "Educational"?I shudder to think it does the same way "The Jetsons" qualified. ("It teaches children about life in the future!" Um... what?)
In the very first episode why did the shark become a mosasaur?Veloci's whole purpose was to take everything back to prehistoric times. (The fact that velociraptors are from the Cretaceous, meaning the Jurassic and Triassic dinosaurs weren't around anymore is a separate puzzle.) There were sharks in the time of dinosaurs. A shark going through that ooze should have become something like Megalodon, not a mosasaur.
How can they do this shapeshifting?I'm not talking about the kids, because Applied Phlebotinum is apparent there, but about Victor and the Teacher. They, as velociraptors, survived in a cave for millions of years, gained human level intelligence and the ability to assume human form. All without explaining how they survived that long, or how they gained these abilities. Would it have killed the writers to mention a radioactive asteroid or maybe the result of scientific experimentation by Neglectful Precursors? A single line of dialogue is all I'm asking for here.
Recycled animation?Is it just me, or does the dino-chomping-in-the-camera sequence from the intro seem VERY obviously recycled from the intro of Sabrina: The Animated Series?