The movie refers to animals and/or nature in charming and/or poetic names. These include "green food" for leaves, "The Bright Circle" for the sun, "The Mountains that Burn" for volcanoes, "sharp-tooth" for tyrannosaurs, "tree stars" for particularly beautiful leaves, "flyer" for pterodactyls, "long necks" for brontosauruses, "three-horns" for triceratops, "spike tail" for stegosauri, "The Great Earth Shake" for earthquake, "hopper" for frogs, "big mouth" for whichever species Ducky was, "The Great Valley" for a beautiful valley, and "The Great Circle of life" for life itself. See more
Once upon this same earth, beneath this same sun, long before you, before the ape and the elephant, as well; before the wolf, the bison, the whale, before the mammoth and the mastodon, in the time of the dinosaurs. Now the dinosaurs were of two kinds. Some had flat teeth, and ate the leaves of trees, and some had sharp teeth for eating meat, and they preyed upon the leaf-eaters. Then it happened that the trees began to die. The mighty beasts who appeared to rule the earth, were, in...