is a South Korean dinosaur documentary. It follows the life of a Tarbosaurus
, from childhood to old age.
This documentary contains examples of:
- Anachronism Stew: Microraptor and Pukyongosaurus are Early Cretaceous forms, many millions of years older than the other depicted animals.
- Covers Always Lie: Koreanosaurus never actually appears in the documentary. But hey, Science Marches On
- Giant Flyer: Haenamichnus
- Misplaced Wildlife: Justified, because China, Japan, and Korea were connected by land.
- Ptero Soarer: The Haenamichnus has scaly skin and inaccurate wing folding. It's also shown as eating freshwater arthropods.
- Raptor Attack: The Microraptor is pretty accurate, but the Velociraptor is scaly, with a few feathers.
- Science Marches On: See Ptero Soarer and Raptor Attack. Also, scaly Tarbosaurus and Therizinosaurus.
- Seldom Seen Species: Being set in Korea, it has a couple obscure species. Haenamichnus? Pukyongosaurus? What kinds of shows have these?
- Also Tsintaosaurus, Tarbosaurus, Therizinosaurus, and Microraptor.
- Somewhere A Paleontologist Is Crying: Pronated hands. See Science Marches On, Raptor Attack, and Ptero Soarer for more.
- Stock Dinosaurs: Velociraptor and Protoceratops. That is all.