Remember me? Hello, what have we here? Well, it’s the Stock Footage of the Mystery Documentary I’ve been talking about. Possibly the 2nd Documentary That has Hand Drawn Animated Dinosaurs just like the 4 part PBS Documentary. Only a little different. You could’ve uploaded that example sooner. No matter, I had help from Dinosaur20 with those Images Descriptions. Plus, Take a good look at what I created. https://dinopedia.fandom.com/wiki/Mystery_Animated_Dinosaur_Documentary Until the true Identity of the Documentary Those Stock Footages come from is revealed, it’s a Mystery Documentary for the time being.
Those Images, They’re From That 4 part PBS Documentary The Dinosaurs!. I used to watch clips of the Documentary from a Microsoft CD of Dinosaurs. But I was hoping this would someday be on DVD. I’m tired of the old VHSES they were featured on. Because they crumble up, break in 2 & get jammed into headsets. I want The Dinosaurs! to be on DVD so I can watch it anytime day or night if I want.
I’m already aware of those 4 episodes on YouTube. But I can’t keep watching them on there forever. However, I believe PBS The Dinosaurs! wasn’t the only Documentary with animated hand drawn Dinosaurs. There was another. But this one is a mystery. I only saw clip fragments of this mystery Animated Dinosaur Documentary on National Geographic’s Really Wild Animals: Dinosaurs & other Creature Feature. There was A Coelophysis, A Dilophosaurus, A herd of Brachiosaurus, A Iguanodon, A pair of Utahraptors, A Triceratops & Finally A Tyrannosaurus Rex. Those animated Dinosaurs are impressive as the ones from the 4 part PBS Documentary. But I don’t know what Documentary those mystery clips come from. It’s been puzzling me for years.
No, no, no. The Animated clip fragments from that Really Wild Animals Episode. Those Utahraptors attacking the Iguanodon. But like I said, those Stock footage animated clips from that Really Wild Animals Episode Dinos & other Creature Features are a mystery. Compared to PBS The Dinosaurs that I’m aware of.
Never mind the 1st episode of that successful PBS Documentary. For the moment anyway. But the 1st part you said, Yes those clips from the Really Wild Animals Dinosaur Episode. I don’t know where & what real deal Documentary they come from. I need to know where those mystery clips came from then I can see the real deal anytime if I want. As for some of the marine creatures, The Big One is some kind of Mosasaur. Either Tylosaurus or Mosasaurus. A few, I may have to take care of. Because I have a hint of what’s what. Plus, I’m good at editing to save everyone else the trouble.
Will you please get The Dinosaurs! Tyrannosaurus Rex Mother & her 3 young ones along with one of the Triceratops on the “Flesh on The Bones” section so I can add those images to the Gallery sections of what species is what?
Well, judging from the size & beefy look, it’s probably the Terrible claw itself. But speaking of Big Raptors, don’t forget about the image of the mystery animated dinosaur clips that were seen in National Geographic’s Really Wild Animals: Dinos & other Creature Features. For the time being, add those Mystery images to the gallery of the species themselves until the mystery animated dinosaur Documentary is revealed. Take care. As for some of the new images of “The Nature of the Beast”, I’ll fix them & put them in order.
1. I wasn’t distracted. I was concerned with the mystery of the different Animated Dinosaur clips all these years. Since the PBS Documentary The Dinosaurs! Isn’t the only Animated Dinosaur Documentary. Not to mention really nice looking ones.
2. I already added the Asian Tyrannosaur Alioramus in. Plus, it’s similar to the one at that ride in Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. There for, it had to be Alioramus.