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* UnstoppableRage: [[spoiler:Upon seeing Umasou in Gonza's jaws, Heart went completely BERSERK and savagely attacks Gonza and his pack. By the time he's calmed down, he slaughtered his pack while Gonza is lying on his back, his [[TheToothHurts teeth shattered after Heart shoved a boulder in his mouth before kneeing it]]

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* UnstoppableRage: [[spoiler:Upon seeing Umasou in Gonza's jaws, Heart went completely BERSERK and savagely attacks Gonza and his pack. By the time he's calmed down, he slaughtered his pack while Gonza is lying on his back, his [[TheToothHurts teeth shattered after Heart shoved a boulder in his mouth before kneeing it]]it]]]]


* UnstoppableRage: [[spoiler: Upon seeing Umasou in Gonza's jaws, Heart went completely BERSERK and savagely attacks Gonza and his pack. By the time he's calmed down, he slaughtered his pack while Gonza is lying on his back, his [[TheToothHurts teeth shattered after Heart shoved a boulder in his mouth before kneeing it]]

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* UnstoppableRage: [[spoiler: Upon [[spoiler:Upon seeing Umasou in Gonza's jaws, Heart went completely BERSERK and savagely attacks Gonza and his pack. By the time he's calmed down, he slaughtered his pack while Gonza is lying on his back, his [[TheToothHurts teeth shattered after Heart shoved a boulder in his mouth before kneeing it]]

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* UnstoppableRage: [[spoiler: Upon seeing Umasou in Gonza's jaws, Heart went completely BERSERK and savagely attacks Gonza and his pack. By the time he's calmed down, he slaughtered his pack while Gonza is lying on his back, his [[TheToothHurts teeth shattered after Heart shoved a boulder in his mouth before kneeing it]]

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* PredationIsNatural: [[spoiler: Baku]] points out that until he began hunting and eating meat, Heart was slowly starving on his diet of fruit. Heart himself explains rather bluntly that if he doesn't eat meat, he will die.


There is also a series of five-minute shorts lasting 20 episodes with every five episodes being an adaption of a book, all of them staring a male ''{{Tyrannosaurus rex}}'' which is most likely not the same dinosaur. The first story is about the protagonist's relationship with Umasou. The second one is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: an unnamed ''[[UsefulNotes/StockDinosaursNonDinosaurs Elasmosaurus]]'' (named Pero Pero in the film)]]. The third story is about the protagonist, Heart. The fourth story is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: 5 baby ''Ankylosaurus'' and their relationship with each other]]. The third one is the only one of the 4 stories where the protagonist is named. The film is essentially a combination of the first three stories retold with unaddressed issues being bought up [[spoiler: (like how a Tyrannosaurus need to eat meat to live)]].

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There is also a series of five-minute shorts lasting 20 episodes with every five episodes being an adaption of a book, all of them staring a male ''{{Tyrannosaurus rex}}'' which is most likely not the same dinosaur. The first story is about the protagonist's relationship with Umasou. The second one is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: with an unnamed ''[[UsefulNotes/StockDinosaursNonDinosaurs Elasmosaurus]]'' (named Pero Pero in the film)]].film). The third story is about the protagonist, Heart. The fourth story is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: with 5 baby ''Ankylosaurus'' and their relationship with each other]].other. The third one is the only one of the 4 stories where the protagonist is named. The film is essentially a combination of the first three stories retold with unaddressed issues being bought up [[spoiler: (like how a Tyrannosaurus need to eat meat to live)]].
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* ArchnemesisDad: [[spoiler:Baku is this to Heart towards the end of the movie]].


* CoolOldGuy: Beckon, the old ''Tyrannosaurus''. He's too old to eat solid food or even move, so he leaves Umasou alone. He's sessile that he has berry plants growing on him.

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* CoolOldGuy: Beckon, the old ''Tyrannosaurus''. He's too old to eat solid food or even move, so he leaves Umasou alone. He's so sessile that he has berry plants growing on him.


[[http://gonom.kr/ A second film]] distributed by Korea has been announced and was released in July 2015.

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[[http://gonom.kr/ A second film]] distributed by Korea has been announced and film was released in July 2015.

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* SingleStrokeBattle: When Heart and Gonza face off for the last time, [[spoiler:they lunge past each other. Heart tears a chunk of Gonza's neck out, mortally wounding him, and is himself uninjured]].


** A strangely demon-horned carnivore, which according to WordOfGod is a ''Chilantaisaurus'', but just looks like some kind of demon.

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** A strangely demon-horned carnivore, which according is supposed to WordOfGod is a ''Chilantaisaurus'', be the ''Chilantaisaurus'' from the book, but just looks like some kind of demon.


* CartoonCreature: The tree-climbing creature that warns Heart and Light about the Big Jaws, which resembles a reptilian sloth with horns and chameleon-like eyes.

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* CartoonCreature: The tree-climbing creature that warns Heart and Light about the Big Jaws, which resembles a reptilian sloth with horns and chameleon-like eyes. Other unknown creatures include a trio of what appear to be reptilian goats, and a flock of scavenging pterosaurs that resemble vultures.


* CartoonCreature: The dinosaurs in this movie aren't particularly realistic-looking, to the point where it's hard to figure out what some of them are. In particular:
** A strangely demon-horned carnivore, which according to WordOfGod is a ''Chilantaisaurus'', but just looks like some kind of demon.
** The ''T. rex'' in the film walk upright, have short rounded snouts, and have a row of spines running down their backs making them look like a bizarre cartoony {{Expy}} of Franchise/{{Godzilla}}.

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* CartoonCreature: The dinosaurs in this movie aren't particularly realistic-looking, to tree-climbing creature that warns Heart and Light about the point where it's hard to figure out what some of them are. In particular:
** A strangely demon-horned carnivore,
Big Jaws, which according to WordOfGod is resembles a ''Chilantaisaurus'', but just looks like some kind of demon.
** The ''T. rex'' in the film walk upright, have short rounded snouts,
reptilian sloth with horns and have a row of spines running down their backs making them look like a bizarre cartoony {{Expy}} of Franchise/{{Godzilla}}.chameleon-like eyes.


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* InformedSpecies: The dinosaurs in this movie aren't particularly realistic-looking, to the point where it's hard to figure out what some of them are. In particular:
** A strangely demon-horned carnivore, which according to WordOfGod is a ''Chilantaisaurus'', but just looks like some kind of demon.
** The ''T. rex'' in the film walk upright, have short rounded snouts, and have a row of spines running down their backs making them look like a bizarre cartoony {{Expy}} of Franchise/{{Godzilla}}.


* SeldomSeenSpecies: A ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilantaisaurus Chilantaisaurus]]'' showed up in the second episode of the animated series, and in the movie as the purple horned carnivore trying to eat Umasou. There's also ''Avisaurus'', ''Ornithocheirus'', and titanosaurs. ''Maiasaura'' also qualifies to some extent. ''Gorgosaurus'' appears in episodes 16 and 17 of the animated series.

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* SeldomSeenSpecies: A ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilantaisaurus Chilantaisaurus]]'' showed up in the second episode of the animated series, and in the movie as the purple horned carnivore trying to eat Umasou. There's The film also features ''Avisaurus'', ''Ornithocheirus'', and titanosaurs. ''Maiasaura'' ''Maiasaura'', ''Troodon'', and ''Giganotosaurus'' also qualifies qualify to some extent. A ''Gorgosaurus'' appears in episodes 16 and 17 of the animated series.


There is also a series of five-minute shorts lasting 20 episodes with every five episodes being an adaption of a book, all of them staring a male ''{{Tyrannosaurus rex}}'' which is most likely not the same dinosaur. The first story is about the protagonist's relationship with Umasou. The second one is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: an unnamed Elasmosaurus (named Pero Pero in the film)]]. The third story is about the protagonist, Heart. The fourth story is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: 5 baby Ankylosauri and their relationship with each other]]. The third one is the only one of the 4 stories where the protagonist is named. The film is essentially a combination of the first three stories retold with unaddressed issues being bought up [[spoiler: (like how a Tyrannosaurus need to eat meat to live)]].

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There is also a series of five-minute shorts lasting 20 episodes with every five episodes being an adaption of a book, all of them staring a male ''{{Tyrannosaurus rex}}'' which is most likely not the same dinosaur. The first story is about the protagonist's relationship with Umasou. The second one is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: an unnamed Elasmosaurus ''[[UsefulNotes/StockDinosaursNonDinosaurs Elasmosaurus]]'' (named Pero Pero in the film)]]. The third story is about the protagonist, Heart. The fourth story is about the protagonist's relationship with[[spoiler: 5 baby Ankylosauri ''Ankylosaurus'' and their relationship with each other]]. The third one is the only one of the 4 stories where the protagonist is named. The film is essentially a combination of the first three stories retold with unaddressed issues being bought up [[spoiler: (like how a Tyrannosaurus need to eat meat to live)]].



* SeldomSeenSpecies: A ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilantaisaurus Chilantaisaurus]]'' showed up in the second episode of the animated series, and in the movie as the purple horned carnivore trying to eat Umasou. There's also ''Avisaurus'', ''Ornithocheirus'', and titanosaurs. ''Maiasaura'' also qualifies to some extent.

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* SeldomSeenSpecies: A ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilantaisaurus Chilantaisaurus]]'' showed up in the second episode of the animated series, and in the movie as the purple horned carnivore trying to eat Umasou. There's also ''Avisaurus'', ''Ornithocheirus'', and titanosaurs. ''Maiasaura'' also qualifies to some extent. ''Gorgosaurus'' appears in episodes 16 and 17 of the animated series.


* SeldomSeenSpecies: A ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilantaisaurus Chilantaisaurus]]'' showed up in the second episode of the animated series. Also in the movie as the purple horned carnivore trying to eat Umasou. There's also ''Avisaurus'', ''Ornithocheirus'', and titanosaurs. ''Maiasaura'' also qualifies to some extent.

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* SeldomSeenSpecies: A ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilantaisaurus Chilantaisaurus]]'' showed up in the second episode of the animated series. Also series, and in the movie as the purple horned carnivore trying to eat Umasou. There's also ''Avisaurus'', ''Ornithocheirus'', and titanosaurs. ''Maiasaura'' also qualifies to some extent.

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