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"Walking with Dinosaurs" Spirits of the Ice Forest (TV Episode 1999) Poster

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Continuity 

After the Allosaurus had killed the Leaellynasaura and dropped it on the ground, the carcass is positioned in the opposite direction during the following shots.
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In the prologue, The Koolasuchus' mouth slips off the Leaellynasaura corpse, but in the immediate following shot, it's firmly in his mouth.
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Factual errors 

The egg-stealing mammal is actually a modern coati, which didn't exist 106 million years ago and also doesn't live anywhere near Antarctica.
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Revealing mistakes 

When the young Leaellynasaura leaps away from the attacking Koolasuchus, the environment behind it can be seen through its mouth when the scene is freeze-framed.
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In all shots of the animatronic Leaellynasaura, they have "excess skin" of sorts around their mouths, which juts out in an odd way when their mouths are closed. This is probably due to the material used to create the animatronics not being stretchy enough - it looks fine when the creatures open their mouths wide.
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As the dwarf Allosaur kills its prey, it shakes its head violently from side to side. When it is done, it opens its mouth to drop the dead animal to the ground. Its jaws open, its head tilts to the side, but its neck remains still, so part of its head phases into the neck, creating a painful-looking effect.
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As the Leallynasaura is eating her own dead egg, its shell stick onto her beak. She shakes her head in a very unnatural-looking manner, making clear that she's just a hand-puppet.
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As the lost Muttaburrasaurus pair moves about in the forest, watch their tails: near the end of the shot, they move very choppily, like a stop-motion animation. They move fluidly in all other shots.
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The nostrils of the Koolasuchus are unnaturally rigid and stiff, allowing water to pour in.
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After the Muttaburrasaurus is done shaking its head, its neck suddenly jerks for a moment, seemingly by itself.
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