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    The Eternal Frontier 

Giant Ground Sloth

A huge, slow ground sloth of an unspecified species.

Saber-Toothed Cat

The most powerful and deadliest cat of all time.

Short-Faced Bear

The largest and deadliest bear of all time, and the episode's main antagonist.

    The Burning 


A giant wombat and the largest marsupial to ever live.


The largest lizard to ever live and the main antagonist of the episode.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: While it was only just a predator, it's hard not to feel some sympathy for it, considering it ends up being burned to death when it is helpless to escape.
  • Big Bad: Of The Burning.
  • Chekhov's Gun: In it's first appearance, it's noted to be sluggish at night, due to needing to heat itself with sunlight. At the end up the episode, it's killed when the aborigines set the grassland it was resting in on fire in early morning, when it is too sluggish to escape the flames.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Anything that it bites will die of blood poisoning, due tp toxic bacteria in its mouth.
    • On the flipside, it ends up being roasted alive at the end of the episode.
  • Four Is Death: It encounters the aborigines four different times:
    • The first time, it sees them around a fire at night, but is too sluggish to attack.
    • The second time, it ignores them in favor of an easier meal.
    • The third time it meets them, which is right after it attacks a Diprotodon, it does decide to attack them and ultimately kills one of them.
    • The fourth time, the aborigines set the grassland on fire during the morning, while it is still warming up, leaving it helpess to escape.
  • Kill It with Fire: How it meets its end.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Is the largest lizard to ever live and is the main antagonist of the episode.
  • Seldom-Seen Species
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Averted: it ignores the aborigines the first two times it encounters them, and while it does attack them the third time, at that point, they were the easier meal.

    The End of Eden 

Giant Moa

A large flightless herbivorous bird the Maori hunted for food.

Haast Eagle

The largest eagle ever to live and main antagonist of the episode.

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