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* SmallAnnoyingCreature: A ''Compsognathus'' causes trouble for Raph, and then to the turtles when they get attacked by raptors and a ''T. rex''.


* DenserAndWackier/LighterAndSofter: The humor is much more overt, and the special is overall lighthearted.

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* DenserAndWackier/LighterAndSofter: DenserAndWackier[=/=]LighterAndSofter: The humor is much more overt, and the special is overall lighthearted.


* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series. Chief among them is that the special premiered at a point in the main series where ''the Triceratons destroyed the Earth and the Turtles went with Professor Honeycutt in space, time-traveling six months prior to Earth's destruction to try and prevent it''.

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* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series. Chief among them is that the special premiered at a point in the main series where ''the Triceratons destroyed the Earth and the Turtles went with Professor Honeycutt in space, time-traveling six months prior to Earth's destruction to try and prevent it by gathering the pieces of the Black Hole Generator before the Triceratons can use it''.


* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series. Chief among them is that the special premiered at a point in the main series where ''the Triceratons destroyed the Earth and the Turtles went with Professor Honeycutt in space six months prior to try and prevent Earth's destruction''.

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* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series. Chief among them is that the special premiered at a point in the main series where ''the Triceratons destroyed the Earth and the Turtles went with Professor Honeycutt in space space, time-traveling six months prior to Earth's destruction to try and prevent Earth's destruction''.it''.


* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series.

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* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series. Chief among them is that the special premiered at a point in the main series where ''the Triceratons destroyed the Earth and the Turtles went with Professor Honeycutt in space six months prior to try and prevent Earth's destruction''.

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* AlternateContinuity: The special has enough inconsistencies in continuity that it is clearly not canon to the main series.


* ComedicUnderwearExposure: The Triceratons at one point end up in their underwear. This includes the female general Zera.



* SuperDeformed: Everybody in the episode except for the dinos.

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* SuperDeformed: Everybody in the episode except for the dinos.dinos is portrayed in a chibi style.


* RaptorAttack: The raptors are, as usual, ''JurassicPark''-styled. Be it they're organic or mechanical.

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* RaptorAttack: The raptors are, as usual, ''JurassicPark''-styled.''Film/JurassicPark''-styled. Be it they're organic or mechanical.


* RealityEnsues: When the turtles get confronted by a ''T. rex'', Leonardo attempts to use ''Film/JurassicPark'' [[LivingMotionDetector logic]] on it. Donatello corrects him that real tyrannosaurs have excellent eyesight [[ShownTheirWork better than eagles and hawks]], and sure enough the ''T. rex'' has no trouble seeing them.

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* RealityEnsues: When the turtles get confronted by a ''T. rex'', Leonardo attempts to use ''Film/JurassicPark'' [[LivingMotionDetector logic]] on it. Donatello corrects him that real tyrannosaurs have [[ShownTheirWork excellent eyesight [[ShownTheirWork better than that of eagles and or hawks]], and sure enough the ''T. rex'' has no trouble seeing them.

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* RealityEnsues: When the turtles get confronted by a ''T. rex'', Leonardo attempts to use ''Film/JurassicPark'' [[LivingMotionDetector logic]] on it. Donatello corrects him that real tyrannosaurs have excellent eyesight [[ShownTheirWork better than eagles and hawks]], and sure enough the ''T. rex'' has no trouble seeing them.

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* DenserAndWackier/LighterAndSofter: The humor is much more overt, and the special is overall lighthearted.


* StockDinosaurs: ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Triceratops'', ''Stegosaurus'', ''Pteranodon'', raptors, ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Ankylosaurus'', and ''Compsognathus'' are all present in this movie. ''Spinosaurus'' appears as a giant robot as well as a more normal-sized fossil in the museum.

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* StockDinosaurs: ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Triceratops'', ''Stegosaurus'', ''Pteranodon'', raptors, ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Ankylosaurus'', and ''Compsognathus'' are all present in this movie. ''Spinosaurus'' appears as a giant robot as well as a more normal-sized fossil in the museum.museum.
* SuperDeformed: Everybody in the episode except for the dinos.


* MythologyGag: This isn't the first time the turtles have traveled to dinosaur times. When they return to the present, Shredder has taken over the world similar to ''Same As It Never Was''.

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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This isn't the first time the turtles have traveled to dinosaur times. times.
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When they return to the present, Shredder has taken over the world similar to ''Same As It Never Was''.Was''.
** While trapped in prehistoric times, Bebop and Rocksteady's outfits are altered to slightly resemble those of their original incarnations (most notably Bebop's turtle shell shoulder pads, and Rocksteady wearing a yellow vest.)

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