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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.


* TheyJustDidntCare: When the show discusses the ancient whale ''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeMammals Brygmophyseter]]'', fossils of the reptilian [[StockDinosaursNonDinosaurs plesiosaurs and mosasaurs]] are shown.


* VisualEffectsofAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.

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* VisualEffectsofAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: VisualEffectsOfAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.


* {{Narm}}: Quite a bit of it in the fight scenes (especially the short-faced bear vs. American lion fight), as well as George Blasing's uses of "he" when describing prehistoric species and repeatedly referring to the the "little Gastonia" (which in real life was over sixteen feet long and weighed about two tons)

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* {{Narm}}: Quite a bit of it in the fight scenes (especially the short-faced bear vs. American lion fight), as well as George Blasing's uses of "he" when describing prehistoric species and repeatedly referring to the the "little Gastonia" (which in real life was over sixteen feet long and weighed about two tons)tons, making it ''heavier'' than the Utahraptor it was fighting and only marginally smaller)


** The short-faced bear model has huge, unrealistic eyes that look ''wrong''

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** The short-faced bear model has huge, unrealistic eyes that look ''wrong''''wrong''.


** The short-faced bear model has huge, unrealistic eyes that look _wrong_

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** The short-faced bear model has huge, unrealistic eyes that look _wrong_''wrong''

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* {{Narm}}: Quite a bit of it in the fight scenes (especially the short-faced bear vs. American lion fight), as well as George Blasing's uses of "he" when describing prehistoric species and repeatedly referring to the the "little Gastonia" (which in real life was over sixteen feet long and weighed about two tons)


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** The short-faced bear model has huge, unrealistic eyes that look _wrong_


* VisualEffectsofAwesome/ SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.

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* VisualEffectsofAwesome/ SpecialEffectFailure: VisualEffectsofAwesome[=/=]SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.


* UncannyValley: The ''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeBirdlikeTheropods Dromaeosaurus]]''. Their faces are vaguely humanlike.

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* UncannyValley: The ''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeBirdlikeTheropods Dromaeosaurus]]''. Their faces are vaguely humanlike.humanlike.
* VisualEffectsofAwesome/ SpecialEffectFailure: The show's CGI is mostly the former, but falls into the latter with the American Lion and Short-Faced Bear, inevitable given the show's budget and that fur is extremely difficult to animate.


* AccidentalNightmareFuel: Several of the {{Gorn}}y fight scenes.


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* NightmareFuel: Several of the {{Gorn}}y fight scenes.


* TheyJustDidntCare: When the show discusses the ancient whale ''Brygmophyseter'', fossils of the reptilian plesiosaurs and mosasaurs are shown.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: When the show discusses the ancient whale ''Brygmophyseter'', ''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeMammals Brygmophyseter]]'', fossils of the reptilian [[StockDinosaursNonDinosaurs plesiosaurs and mosasaurs mosasaurs]] are shown.



* UncannyValley: The ''Dromaeosaurus''. Their faces are vaguely humanlike.

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* UncannyValley: The ''Dromaeosaurus''.''[[UsefulNotes/PrehistoricLifeBirdlikeTheropods Dromaeosaurus]]''. Their faces are vaguely humanlike.

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