This is the list of scientific errors in this documentary.

White Tip's JourneyEdit

  1. Velociraptors and Oviraptors shouldn't have pronated hands, this would break their wrist bones.
  2. Oviraptors probably didn't feed on eggs, but this is a speculation.
  3. Protoceratops might have actually had Psittacosaurus-like quils on its tail.
  4. Prenocephale might have had short spines coming out of its tail.

Alpha's EggEdit

  1. Carcharodontosaurus lived in Africa, not in South America, but it is likely that it may have been Mapusaurus, Tyrannotitan, or even Giganotosaurus, which lived in South America.
  2. Saltasaurus's neck actually was not as stiff as shown in the program, so its neck was actually very much like a Diplodocid.
  3. Saltasaurus likely stood on its back legs, rearing to use its front legs to crush predators with its weight, as some evidence shows.

Pod's TravelEdit

  1. Pyroraptor shouldn't have pronated hands.
  2. Ampelosaurus's model is too similar to a Saltasaurus, it should have a less stiff neck like Diplodocids and other similar sauropods and a slightly taller head.
  3. Same true goes with Magyarosaurus, which should look like a miniature Alamosaurus.
  4. Plesiosaur's neck wasn't very bendy and couldn't have the ability to stick its head far out of the water.
  5. It also had a fluke on its tail as recent Plesiosaur fossils had confirmed.
  6. It likely didn't attack land animals and would have ignored dinosaurs and feed completely on fish instead.
  7. Dwarf Dromaeosaurs of this program didn't exist in real life.
  8. Iguanodons didn't exist in the Late Cretaceous, it would be more realistic for it to be a large Rhabdodont of some species.
  9. Troodonts were actually omnivores, not pure carnivores.

Little Das' HuntEdit

  1. Orodromeus might have been covered in fuzzy feathers like some other Ornithopod species.
  2. Quetzalcoatlus was not the last pterosaur, as Hatzegopteryx and some Nyctosauridae species also lived until the K-T extinction occured.
  3. Quetzalcoatlus also has a slight inaccurate shape.
  4. Troodonts were actually omnivores, not pure carnivores.
  5. Maiasaura had a slighty incorrect model.
  6. Daspletosaurus's hands shouldn't be pronated.
  7. Einiosaurus probably had Psittacosaurus-like quils on its tail, but this is a speculation.
  8. Edmontosaurus model is too similar to that of a Maiasaura.
  9. Edmontosaurus also didn't evolved from Maiasaura.
  10. Tyrannosaurus rex didn't evolved from Daspletosaurus and wasn't native to North America, as some evidence shows, so it was more likely an invasive species.
  11. Daspletosaurus and Tyrannosaurus young was likely covered in feathers and the adults could have also been covered in some feathers.
  12. Both Tyrannosaurids didn't roar, as recent evidence confirmed, instead they likely did an infrasound without opening their mouths, in a similar manner to modern alligators and bitterns.