Animated Adaptation: Believe it or not. It's titled Dinosaur George and the Paleo Team. George has uploaded the first (and so far, only) "episode" to his YouTube account, in which his animated self travels back in time to encounter the downgraded CGI dinosaur models of this series. Further episodes are in Development Hell.
They did try to chalk this up to budget constraints, realistic feathers being hard to animate. Although some argue that since body feathers lay flush on their bodies anyway, they wouldn't have needed to make them look all fuzzy. Also, if one is making a CGI documentary over what are essentially birds, they really should at least try to get stuff like this sorted out.
Wrong forelimb posture on all of the theropods.
Giving a horn to a dinosaur that got famous because it lacked this feature.
Although some palaeontologists suggested this dinosaur had a keratinous horn.
Depicting a young T. rex as a downscaled version of the adults, even though even the narrator (correctly) claims otherwise.
Also the episode T.rex Hunter to some extent, where the offspring of the so-called "king of the dinosaurs" are hunted and savagely attacked by a territorial Nanotyrannus, with one juvenile being killed in the process.
Noisy Nature: Holy heck. Though Dinosaur George himself knows how unrealistic this is.
Prehistoric Monster: The animals don't do much beyond fight each other and act nasty, but that is the basic premise.
Besides, the program does refer to the dinosaurs as animals with behaviour similar to those alive today just as often as they call them monsters. After all, fighting for survival has always been a regular part of animal life. Admittedly, the fights in the show are unrealistically dramatized, but how else will they get people to watch?
Larry Witmer's CAT scans of the dinosaurs' skulls, showing which senses were more developed than others in each individual creature.
The skull of the show's Edmontosaurus is similar to that of Anatotitan, which is probably an aged specimen of the former.
Something Completely Different: Rather than focus on a fight, "Biggest Killers" is an overview of the show's theropods, while "Armageddon" focuses on the K/Pg extinction event.
Stock Dinosaurs: Tyrannosaurus rex, Allosaurus, Stegosaurus, Ceratosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Utahraptor, and Deinonychus (which is the dinosaur commonly thought to be Velociraptor by the general public) all appear in it.
Strangely, Triceratops doesn't make an appearance, although Pachyrhinosaurus fills much the same role.