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"Walking with Prehistoric Beasts" Sabre Tooth (TV Episode 2001) Poster

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Continuity 

The broken fang on Half-Tooth switches positions when he menaces The Brothers and later as he drives the terror bird away from its kill.
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Continuity 

During the introductory scene, in the closeup shot of Halftooth's animatronic head bellowing at the terror birds, there is a hairy piece of dirt on one of his teeth. In the next shot, which is computer-animated, his teeth are clean.
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Factual errors 

Phorusrhacos was already extinct several million years before the timeframe of this episode. (The bird featured in the episode is actually its relative, Titanis. But since it is constantly referred to as Phorosrhacos, even in the book, this is a legitimate error.)
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Miscellaneous 

The carapace of the Doedicurus visibly bends at the front when it's being menaced by the young Smilodons, but its carapace was fairly solid in reality and attached to the pelvis, so it wouldn't have moved together with its upper body.
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Revealing mistakes 

The saber-tooth of the female Smilodon forcing the Macrauchenia to the ground sinks into the latter's back a couple of times.
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After the Megalotherium sloth delivers his fatal blow to one of the Smilodon brothers, his right arm sinks into his torso of a moment - or at least into his bushy fur.
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The underside of the Smilodon cub's paws are flat and lack textures.
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During the fight scene at the beginning, as the two Smilodon rear up, Half-Tooth's face momentarily passes into the rear of the other Smilodon.
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When the female Smilodon launch their attack, there are a few strands of grass in the foreground that the body of the Smilodon overlaps, even though she's supposed to be farther away.
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Obvious wrinkle on the back of the Phorosrhacos' head reveal it's a puppet. The CGI version of the animal has a smooth neck.
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When the cubs are shown hiding and the second brother passes by, there is a thin line on the top of the screen where you can see the background through the body of the brother.
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As the Smilodon are killing the Macrauchenia, the prey animal bends its foot bends back so far that its heel clips into the leg.
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