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I had a dream one time where I was in Greece (which I never visited in person yet), and that it was a jungle biome near a temple and it had among other things, gorillas (Africa) and capybaras (South America), who don't even share the same continent in real life.
I've got a feeling the Spelljammer example shouldn't count twice:
1) It's a fantasy world, and a very hazily defined one, so who's to say they don't live in the same habitats there?
2) They're Funny Animals, so it's a bit like criticising Around the World with Willy Fog for having a lion living in London.
Should we mention Donkey Kong Country, since beavers and armadillos don't live in Africa?
How is it possible there are Real Life examples? If animals are in a certain location, then they aren't misplaced. That's impossible.
Even if they had not been illusions created by the Genie, the elephants wouldn't be out of place in Aladdin. They are obviously Asian, tamed, the movie takes place in a vague Ancient Arabia setting (where elephants were imported as war animals at times) and Aladdin is supposed to be a foreign prince that could very well come from India or Persia anyway (where elephants were formerly present both in domesticated and wild form).
Deleting the bit about the grizzly in CSI:Miami meant to be tamed. It is not meant to be tamed in the script, even if it's obviously played by a tamed bear. And not only do not the characters ever blink about the fact there is a grizzly in the everglades, there is even a rural hick character that makes a life selling "bear bait" for hunters, as if bears were awfully common in South Florida.
I also think the fox thing in "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" should be deleted.
They're not actually talking about a specific eagle living in the Village. It's a metaphor.
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