fav moment and animal in ep.1? least favorite? hopes for next eps?ready for more /tv/ tourists?
>>4523073i didnt even realize there was a season 2, what dinos did ep 1 have
>>4523073This was abysmally gay. I almost wanna make an 8 hour video essay dissecting every bit of it and how gay it was.Somehow, WWD remains the supreme dino documentary (from 40 years ago).
jUsT LiKe rRaL aNiMaLs
>>4523073>fav moment and animal in ep.1? Easily the Dreadnoughtus segment. I always loved sauropods since reading about them in books and seeing the Diplodicus in Walking with Dinosaurs. Seeing those big bastards strut about and wail on each other was awe-inspiring. I also like the little shot at the beginning of that section with the small birds landing on them. I thought the juxtaposition between them and that they had similar ancient ancestors and went two wildly different paths is captivating. >least favorite? Probably Freshwater. While we did get Dinocheirus, this episode had the most of this series' weakness. That being reusing multiple dinosaurs/animals that we just saw 1-2 episodes ago in a tenuous manner. T.Rex and Velociraptor again because...they are near a river. I imagine there isn't a lot of fossils from the freshwater biome but come on.
>>4523110>in ep.1>not season 1DAMNITAnyway, the Sinosucus and Majungasaurus segment was pretty neat, seeing some abelisaurid hunting was neat. Sinosucus a cute.
>>4523112>least favorite?As much as the Hatzegopteryx segments were neat, they play into the mentioned reusing assets problem that is a little tiresome.
>>4523110hopes for next eps?Just some more variety and less reusing of dinosaurs. We already now that there are more T.Rex and Velociraptor segments. But I would love to see how the pachycephalosaur and sauropod segments play out. >ready for more /tv/ tourists?I am generally a lurker, but the kinda shitflinging on /an/ from the autists from /tv/ is more tiresome than entertaining.
>>4523116wtf is this real?
>>4523123lmao Naruto run
>>4523131Masiakasaurus just cannot win. First another one's baby gets fucked by Beelzebufo and now an adult gets fucked by Madtsoia
The episode was incredible and the best one of the series so far. One of the biggest areas of improvement to me was the soundtrack. The music of season 1 was very generic. I was so turned off by it that my first watching through the first season I was quite mad, because quality wise it did not get within a miles reach of WWD. This time around I enjoyed it very much. It was also cool to see them add mammals to the show, my favourite part of the episode. Adding the segment with the advisors at the end instead of making it a seperate video I found to be a good change as well. Storytelling wise Islands was very strong, but I would have to rewatch the episode and season 1 again to put into words why that is. Overall I'm really excited for what's coming next which I did not expect.
Not gonna watch. Not gonna pay.
>>4523133looking forward to watching this
>>4523073Does Dave go on long rants about how anthropogenic climate change killed the dinosaurs?If not, I'm out.
Dinosaur Revolution was better.
>>4523124I can't believe this retard lost against a tiny dog
Very very good episodeI love the Hatzegopteryx and they're depicted wonderfully The soundtrack is better nowLots of improvements
can we have some stegouros, they're so darn cute
>>4523124What the fuck is this cartoonish bullshit? Could they really not let le ebin cute lizard get eaten? Not even worth torrenting at this point.
>>4523110The actual T. rex and Velociraptor segments in Freshwater themselves are great, they're just wildly out of place
>>4523073>fav moment and animal in ep.1?Holy shit, it released already? Time for some dino kino!
>>4523138>BeelzebufoMore like Beelzebtfo (I now realize that the toad wasn't btfo but I'm already committed to posting the joke so deal with it)
giant frogs are cool and all, but i'd really like some carboniferous-permian amphibian kino
>>4523112I nearly shit myself when I saw this lil nigga
>>4523073>ready for more /tv/ tourists?I bet there won’t be nearly as many since there’s not as much discourse about this season
>>4523073I liked the simosuchus a lot. The hatzegopteryx segments were pretty great even if they’re reused assets. Madstoia was a pleasant surprise>>4523256>Could they really not let le ebin cute lizard get eaten?>baby hadrosaurs get cleaned up by hatzegopteryx 10 minutes prior
For anyone who wants it, our best look at the adult version of Alcione. It's not really mentioned beyond just being a pterosaur but it has a blue face like how they're seen from the crowd shots and the background at the end of their segment, and they also have no fingers on their wings at all
>>4523133Just want to say: thank you, based webm-anon, for continuing your good work from last year
where can i watch it for free? i aint paying apple money
>>4524146First ep is on solarmovies and similar sites
>>4524148i can only find season 1
>>4524148never mind i found a site called just watch
>>4524146magnet on rarbg
>>4524146>>4524162This. I still give it views on apple because I have disposable income and maybe that feeds into some kind of metric that allows the creators to make more, but I save off rarbg so I can rewatch at my leisure.
>>4524183i prefer to save money becuase i rather spend on vidya and i just finished college
>>4524162sweet i hope it has stuff like visual novels
ahahahah what a retard
>>4524250He was just born, please understand.
The Velociraptor dropkick was sick kek
>>4524131Why didn't make the dinos from snow areas white?
>>4524183>>4524203I have free HBO subscription from my mobile carrier and free Diesney+ subscription from work and I don't use either of them. Haven't even activated them because that would technically count as usage in their metrics. Pirate everything simply out of spite.
>>4523124Literally wtf is the explanation here>Maybe if I twerk he will get so horny he'll forget he was hungry in the first place
>>4523073This shit's already better than S1. High kino.
>>4524658It's true to life. Lizards sometimes have species specific aggression signals that they use even if they don't mean anything to other animals.
Man that T-Rex part was scary. Very well done.
Hatzeg Island 100%. Shit was hype from start to finish.
>>4524964>Gets spooked off the cliffLmao based raptors.
>>4525197I love the part when these guys fly with the sun in the background and starts hunting down those small dinos. When they start walking on the ground, they remind me of the tripods from War of the Worlds.
Holy shit that T. rex closer was aamzingStill wish we got to see the T. rex vs. Triceratops battle that got off-screened in Episode 3 though
>>4524311>Why didn't make the dinos from snow areas white?That'd be racist.
>>4525270If their arms were supposed to be that small, what's the point of keeping them? Are they going to completely lose the whole thing if they lasted a couple more million years?
Not gonna pay for it.
What’s with the spamming retard?Anyways, it’s great. >T rex is going to have 5 episodes in the series by the end of the seasonTyrannochads stay winning
>>4525319>everyone who doesn't buy this pseudoscience Disney slop is one personMeds.
>What is my purpose on this show?>To get clowned on>Oh my God
Something's wrong with my copy...
>>4525319Ignore him, retards like him (if he isn't the same one) have been mindbroken for years
>>4525345>Jobbed to a frog>Jobbed to a snakeJobbersaurus
Same pair from Season 1?
>>4525369Sure, why not.
>>4525347Yeah, those subtitles are for the Masiakasaurus episode.
>>4525372On closer inspection, no. The green male from S1 had that missing tail tip, and these two from S2 are more brown in color.
>>4523131>>4523138>>4525345>>4525356I expect that if not in the remaining episodes, then at next season Masiakasaurus will job to a mammal.
I can't be the only one that read this as rape-saurs right...
Very good episode
>>4525369I'm still a little disappointed that they didn't really show T. rex's bite force in action, though I guess it'd be too graphic for a PG show
>>4525356why did they make such a goofy model? Previous reconstructions looked pretty badass
>>4525412The soundtrack refers to them as brothers if that's any indication https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0qeB3EybOo&list=PLXVKxJpZzIkNjTD9o05YcD4ZE3CpEqpOJ&index=17
How politically correct is the local t-rex? It's a really important question.
>>4525518God I hate americans so much
Prehistoric Planet T. rex depictions so far>fully grown (and oversized) Mosasaurus avoided fighting it in water>old scarred male downs a Triceratops then mates with some random female>pair stealth kills an Edmontosaurus at nightWhere does this rank on the "political correctness" scale to the local schizo
>>4525518It touches on the vital topic of body-positive people representation. Now every landwhale can associate itself with this chubby smiling teddy bear.
>>4525518>How politically correct is the local t-rex?Not enough. It is still not feathered, which is a clear manifestation of transphobia.
Swamps felt like the weakest episode so far. The baby pterosaurs segment felt like a retread of the Alcione segment from S1, and the Pachycephalosaurus segment felt completely disconnected from the swamp theme. That part especially felt like it was intended for Badlands or maybe North America, but it was put in Swamps by being given the excuse that it was simply dried up. I suppose tying into each episode's theming hasn't been a strength of the series even since S1 if episodes like Freshwater are anything to go by though. T. rex hunt was pretty cool at least.
>>4525662Yeah the episode theming is the weakest aspect of the show. In Walking With Dinosaurs, each episode was essentially a self contained story that focused on either a group, or an invidual dinosaur which led to rather satisfying narrative arcs, while also allowing the episodes to showcase the different ecosystems and species within them to some degree.The theming in them was also rather well thought out and more nuanced than just "lmao an environment" like prehistoric planet is doing it.>New blood Showcased the initial rise of dinosaurs and their triumph over the previously dominant lifeforms of the triassic while also showcasing stories of the cynodonts and the postosuchus.>Time of the Titans Follows the story of the female diplodochus and her growth into an adult while also portraying the scale and abundance of Jurassic fauna.>Cruel SeaFocuses on the Jurassic oceans and shows the story of the ichtyosaurs that came to reproduce in the shallows and the old liopleudoron>Giant of the SkiesFollows the ornitocheirus male as he flies across the atlantic in to the breeding grounds of his species while also showcasing snapshots of the Cretacerous life across his journey.>Spirits of the Ice ForestShowcases the antarctic dinosaurs and follows the Leaellynasaura during the short summer of the antarctic forests and depicts how dinosaurs have adapted to such strange environments as well.>Death of a DynastyFollows the Female Tyrannosaurus in a dying late cretacerous world as she struggles to reproduce and raise her brood.All in all, each episode of WWD is a story, with an overall theme, which works way better than the approach Prehistoric Planet is having when it comes to making memorable content. The episodes in Prehistoric planet are almost disjointed due to how they jump between different animals with no rhyme or reason.
>>4523073>I was the biggest Dinosaur fan as kid and had over 100 BooksToday i lost any interrest in them and i dislike themI still fake interest in Dinosaurs.My Family&Friends still thinking i'm a Dinosaur fan.
>>4525802Why fake it? Wouldn't it be better to be true to yourself and spend more time dedicating actual interest in things you care about?
>>4525802>be an adult>pretend to be interested in dinosaursAutism
>>4523073Apparently you have to purchase apple products to watch this. I bought a macintosh in the 90's and then couldn't play any normal games on it. All the software cost 50% more than PC. I'm not falling for that scam again.
>>4525662T. rex hunt has almost nothing to do with swamps, and is just an excuse to have another T. rex scene. I don't mind though, I'm a rexfag.
>>4525662It feels like they tried to do the Planet Earth style of biome-centric episodes but, because they decided to stay to one specific slice of geologic time, are limited in what animals you could realistically show and keep consistent. It would have been better to divide by continents, even if this means doing "North America I, II, III" and throw off the pacing a bit.You could focus on biomes, but expand to the Cretaceous in total rather than just the Maastrichtian. But then you may confuse normies by time jumping and lose consistency. But like >>4525750 mentioned, this feels disjointed versus WWD feels consistent throughout because of clear theming while showing accurate (relatively speaking) fauna within the episode. In that you don't get a disconnect where the Swamp episode has a desert in it, and Badlands has little distinguishing it from being Deserts II other than the volcano.
Aaaaa I want the Jurassic or Triassic. Cretaceous environments look too similar to ours
>>4525265Where are the feathers?
So many dromaeosaur scenes and nothing about their sickle claws? Even if you don't have 100% certainty, just make up something. You could make up air sacs for sauropods, you could guess at what the sickle claws are used for.
>>4526161Just organize by fossil formation. That's how WWD's non-migration stories worked.
>>4526173>expecting creativity from slopmakersDon't be problematic. Just shut up and give us your money, bigot.
I liked the explanation at the end of the Swamp episode where they're like "Yes, they were wrong when they said Pachycephalosaurus heads were too weak to headbutt. Here's the year the article was published, you can probably find the dumbfuck's author's name from there."Hopefully this will be the end of those "Herbivore weapons are ackshully just for display" nonsense. They showed Triceratops fighting each other and Tarchias using their tail clubs, so I'm hopeful.
>>4523087>>4523095Seething samefag OP
>like these baby PyroraptorWell isn't that just a giant cocktease. The last episode is specifically about North America so there's pretty much zero chance we'll get to see what the adults look like.
Swamps was like the best episode of the show so they immediately had to follow it up with the worst episode of the show I guess
>>4526410>Herbivore weapons are ackshully just for displayThat's just silly. Buffaloes and bisons can gore lions and wolves with their horns. Why can't a Triceratops do the same against say a T. rex or a group of raptors? Not sure how those people come up with that theory.
>>4526469I'm pretty sure that was Mr "T.rex was a scavenger" Jack Horner who came up with that bull.
>>4523112These things were pretty cute. Like crocodile dogs
>>4523073Why do I have the sinister feeling that, past Episode 1, they decided to ditch the not so photogenic actually recognisable paleontology figures to use instead californian actors who can pretend to be scientists?
>>4525518Why are americans like this?
I'm gonna be real Oceans sucked
>misunderstood dionosaursNot interested.
>>4523112Looks like a weird sculpture. Not ReAl aNiMal.
mortuneria, phosphorosaurus and ammonites>hesperornis and xiphactinus>baby ammonites>mosasaurustfw no polycotylidae or ginsu vs mosasaurus
>>4525662>>4525750https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Choristodera?useskin=vector we could have had something as unique as choristoderans or halszkaraptors instead of baby pterosaurus and pachycephalosaurus
>>4525534>pic made by paleoschizoHe already got ripped to shreds for posting this without knowing how theropod jaw muscles work
>>4525291The only interpretation I’ve seen so far that seems believable is they were used display like with the carnotaurus in the first season and that one all yesterdays drawing. Their arms don’t get any smaller in the later abelisaurs despite time differences in the millions of years, and they have huge shoulders for big muscle attachments. Nobody is really sure
>>4526584Halszkaraptors would have been cool, but honestly if they're reusing a bunch of dinosaurs from last season, then I would have been happy just to see more Deinocheirus. Show a mother defending its babies from an Alioramus or something, where the Alioramus doesn't stand a chance against the full grown Deinocheirus and so it has to be sneaky to get the babies, that would have been neat.
>>4523112>*wiggles and slaps tubby tailnub*>this somehow intimidates the colossal predatorI died from cringe.
>>4526595See instances such ashttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSLJDne4hTkand the entire idea behind the "honey badger don't give a fuck" meme and the concept of people being scared of things that are either far smaller then them, can't do shit to them or both.
>>4526598>far-fetched speculations againEat shit, tranny.
>>4523116They look so goofy, I can't be dealing with this
>>4526574>ginsuDidn't these guys went extinct long before the show's time period? But yeah, that could have been cool.
>>4526696>ginsuWhy don't just say Cretoxyrhina, you, cringelord?
>ACK!!I kept hearing from this thread that Oceans sucked so I lowered my expectations, but it was okay. It's not as bad as the sea segments from S1, and seeing giant mosasaurs owning elasmosaurs was nice as always
>>4523148Man you are trying so damn hard to get (You)s, must be a pretty lame existence. Don't worry bud, maybe if you start spamming gore or soijaks. Maybe, just maybe, can you get another (You) that isn't this one.
>>4526751>capeshit t-shirtLike a clock.
Not giving any more (You)s champ, maybe do something interesting for a change.
>>4523073My favorite part was the Pachycephalosaurs with incorrectly reconstructed heads living in sagebrush and grassland.Truly, the most accurate dinosaur documentary of all time.
>>4526824Oh and it was the in the "Swamps" episode for some reason lol.
>>4523095I'm glad they finally put witton in the show so it can be revealed just how truly full of shit this series is.
>>4523256Don't worry, there are still dead babies in every episode for you to whack your tiny pud to.
>>4524131I'd just like to take this moment to remind everyone that there is no such thing as a feathered ornithischian and NO dinosaurs were living in snow drifts. Ever. Every ornithischian claimed to have feathers didn't. Most of them just died on plants.
>>4524950Really like how they gave every herbivorous dinosaur rat tails this season for some reason.
Why do sauropods walk through lava fields? Would the metabolic rate of non-avian dinosaurs allow them to live in a -20°C environment? Why do dromaeosaurs exhibit highly organized flocking behavior typical for higher amniotes while NOT having the corresponding centers in the brain? This is not even speculation, but outright illiteracy. This show has no scientific value and is just as stupid an entertainment product as Jurassic World, but unlike it, it presents itself through the hypocritical >jUsT LiKe rEaL aNiMaLsLow effort for the mass public, not endowed with much intelligence or knowledge. Slided.
>>4525291>>4526591Why is everyone so fucking stupid? Appendages don't always serve a purpose. They disappear when not used over many generations. They don't HAVE to have a function. This is a creationist tier view of evolution that every midwit retard seems to have.
>>4526598These are babies though. Sometimes mobbing and threat displays work. Other times not so much.
>>4526751He would just blame it on dynamic IPs and multiple devices.
>>4526839Also le proxy.
>>4526833>tfw, you just hatched from an egg... >...in the middle of a volcano, in the endless ashen wasteland without water, food and shelter from predators...
>>4526843Eat the poop. Trust the plan.
>>4526833>while NOT having the corresponding centers in the brain?which centers would those be, precisely?
>>4526844Why do you hate me so much, fucking Jon Favreau?
>>4526846He won't tell us because he literally knows NOTHING about paleontology and came here from /pol/ to be a contrarian, many such cases!
>Ankylosaurid in the middle of the desertWtf? Silly me, I always thought ankylosaurs lived in the forest... And that there in Cretaceous Mongolia should've been whole thickets of araucaria, whose trunks are found everywhere there... But what can I know - there is a desert NOW, which means it has always been like that. Isn't it, bearded herbivore "professionals"?
>>4526851Be careful, once he takes down the cabal of paleontologists personally conspiring against him >>4525350 you'll be sorry (any year now)
>>4526843>meanwhile, sauropod nesting in an "outdated" 20 y.o. documentaryYeah. Sorry, John Ostrom, we screwed everything...
>>4525344But you're clearly one person.
>>4526852Please try to understand, every dinosaur lived in a desert. The largest sauropods to ever exist were desert dwellers.>Modern """paleontologists""" actually believe this bullshit
>>4526929The left reconstruction is more correct. No, sauropods didn't have feathers. But sauropod migrations, mating and nesting among the lifeless ash deserts is just the product of the sick "mind" of the Disney morons and herbivore bearded "men" who produce this show. God, this ENTIRE >jUsT LiKe rEaL aNiMaLsstory is such a retarded joke.
>>4526940Lol no it fucking isn't.
>>4526940What the hell is your issue you schizoid retard?
>>4526844>L-let's... Let's show them eating poop? Hell yeah, sisters! So bold! So revolutionary! So subverting!I almost died from cringe at that moment.
>>4526966>lepidosaur-based speculationArent dinos rather birds than... lizards? (sapme applies to the lips issue, btw)
>>4526555Kinda strange seeing all the species I usualy see when I go diving in the mediterranean hanging out with amonites, kinda broke my inmersion
>>4526965It checks out, it's an indian dinosaur
>>4527005Kek. Pajeetotitan coprophagus.
Is this the hour where users of a Mongolian basket weaving forum act like they know better then the professionals under the guise of "le trans agenda" or "le chink agenda"?
>>4527235Schizo was posting in like 5 threads a few hours ago, now they're all quietIs he kill?
>>4526721Mosasaurs are pretty damn cool. The one in the first episode of the first season hooked me on the show.
>>4527258looks like he's taking a little break. Based jannies.>>4526846>which centers would those be, precisely?he means the forebrain which in mammals may be used for complex social interactions like pack hunting but in dinosaurs is tiny and relegated to vision and smell.
>>4526173They didn't really, PP is just terrible.
>>4526197Bruh they had an entire episode devoted to swamps and didn't once mention Hell Creek - literally the most famous swamp environment in the entire Mesozoic and whose animals have already been shown in the show. They even briefly had some scenes with Triceratops, Edmontosaurus and T. rex, but still didn't even address the ecology of Hell Creek. This is under no circumstances to be mistaken for a documentary series. Anyone who doesn't have a paleontology background will literally acquire negative information from this series. They will unironically know less than they did before watching it.
>>4526968>Arent dinos rather birds than... lizards?No.>>4526999The oceans episode was filmed in the Caribbean. There's literally Royal Grammas swimming around lol. They didn't even TRY to hide the fact that the settings were filmed in modern day environments this season.
>>4527235Yes, now get fucked.
Ignore the wannabe know-it-alls and instead>The hunter's snout is too broad to reach very far inside
>>4526940Sauropods had feathers because ALL dinosaurs had feathers. You cannot argue that only "some" dinosaurs have feathers based on the evidence coming out of China implies that feathers are an extremely basal trait.Either you throw out the Chinese evidence, or you have feathered sauropods. There is no alternative.
Will the series show the Chicxulub Impact?
>>4527327>Either you throw out the Chinese evidence, or you have feathered sauropods. There is no alternative.yummy false dichotomy
>>4527327Man I sure do hate all of those fake Chinese feathered fossils trying to brainwash us into thinking that dinosaurs were tranny basedjaks tranny tranny tranny. Look at this tranny chink fossil, absolutely disgusting display of woke trannyism.
>>4523073Hearing Attenborough narrate poor cgi dinosaurs makes this feel so soulless and bad. I’m used to Attenborough talk with real footage of creatures. I mean, couldn’t they try to use animatronics? The cgi in this show is bad.
t-rex got cucked....I'm disapointedat least nanuqmama was cool
>>4526843pls look up where isisaurs were found
>>4527353>poor cgiNice bait. Maybe it's more patchy in some areas but it's not anywhere near where you seem to think it is.
>>4527353 It's objectively high quality cgi and better done than most A list movies put out in recent years. Admittedly that's a low bar to clear, but you could tell they gave a shit.
All the Dinos in this show are so overanimated, it really takes me out of it. Animals don’t constantly move, twitch their heads, grunt, etc. And the movement itself is extremely smooth and fluid, unrealisticly so. Its really jarring watching PP and then looking at a real animal documentary and seeing the massive difference. And i swear to god if I see one more 3/4 view closeup of a dinosaur’s head that stares off into the distance and slowly blinks with its nictitating membrane I am going to lose it.
>>4527331Thanks for proving my point. Sauropods were feathered.
>>4527235>professionalsYeah. They're really not.
>>4527549Is it more or less cruel that it didn't just end them immediately and instead let the air out of as many of them as possible before killing them?
>>4527597Cruel, but efficient. If it took the time to eat an ammonite after dispatching it, the rest would have fled the scene leaving him with only one meal. At least it's not like a killer whale slapping its prey around for basically no reason.
>>4527235>t-trust me, I'm a pR0ffEsSiOnaLNo, you're not.
Looks like a bunch of cgi dinosaurs put into b roll for Planet Earth.
>>4527432I think the problem is more how modern paleontologists interpret paleoecology. They seem to think everywhere dinosaurs lived was barren wasteland. What's much more likely is that the specific plot they're examining MAY have been (but even that's suspect) but was surrounded by healthy ecosystems.
>>4527649It doesn't apply to biology only. This problem has exactly the same reason why negroid Achilles, Cleopatra or Richard the Lionheart is a normal thing for modern media. What else can you expect when "gender studies" are equated with real scientific disciplines? Of course, everything will slide into obscurantism and war with the very common sense. Modern Western society is seriously ill, and if indulgence to the marginalized does not stop in the near future, we risk getting new Dark Ages.
Glad to see the schizo is back in force to complain about things he knows fuck all about. I look forward to him complaining about the show for another 6 months after it’s finished
>>4526843It’s almost like reptiles do this today
>>4527518Yeah, ok, Mr. Armchair-paleontologist kun. Slit your wrists please, you're making this board dumber by the day.
>>4527481Wow, it's almost like sauropods diverged from therapods long before Archaeopteryx even fucking existed, you god damned mongoloid.
>>4527235>professionalsAh. Those same "professionals" who, having found in the geological formation something similar to a piece of a digit of an already known species, describe a completely new species from it and call it Spidermansaurus? (Although, to be honest, I highly doubt that this bearded s-o-y man has ever been anywhere outside of Reddit or a vape shop in his neighborhood.)Modern science (paleontology in particular) has greatly degraded. The entry threshold has become lower, which has led to the influx of many people with frankly low IQ. As a result, modern "paleontologists" are mainly busy far-fetching euphemeral scratches and tubercles on pieces of the bone to their "revolutionary and subverting theories", and describing "new" species by coprolites. The era of people like Madsen and Ostrom is over. If today someone calls himself a "paleontologist" this does not give him any share of competence.
>>4527751>Ostrom>he doesn't knowlmaowait until you find out about Ostrom and feathers. And theropod wrists bent like bird wings. And birds being dinosaursOstrom is the godfather of every single dinosaur idea that makes you eat shit day after day on the Bhutanese tampon rolling forum
>>4527751>If today someone calls himself a "paleontologist" this does not give him any share of competence.And yet, you who does nothing but bitch and moan on an image board is even lower than even the dregs of professional paleontologists
>>4527758You know, Reddit-spacing tranny, your main problem is still your paranoid mental disorder. I'm not sure if it's worth repeating to you that it's FAR from one person on this board that considers you a schizo, but I really sincerely don’t know what the the points you listed have to do with me personally.
>>4527769It's amazing the lengths you will go to make enemies with just about anyone, even your own self it would seem >>4527758
>>4527668We're already there. The american government is about to collapse. It's all downhill from there.
>>4527769>I'm not the paleoschizo, he's an idiot!ok paleoschizoIf Ostrom was alive and posting here you'd be shitting on him daily. You already shit on his work nonstop.You're fucking retarded. You clearly have never read anything about the guy.
>>4527771AHAHAHAHAAAHHAHAHAHA! I unironically ADORE you, schizoposter.
>>4527775>he's an idiot!I didn't say that. Of everyone I've seen you throw that term at, only the dude with "Chinese conspiracy" seems like a retard (or just a troll). Most of the rest are frankly smarter and more competent than you, honestly.
We can't have one fucking thread without some niggerfaggot arguing with himself man, I just want to talk about dinosaurs. At least put a trip on so I can filter your retarded ass.
>>4523073I'm not paying Apple shit where do i watch this
>>4527791>only the dude with "Chinese conspiracy" seems like a retard (or just a troll).yes, that's the paleoschizo (you)>Most of the rest are frankly smarter and more competent than you, honestly.those are also the paleoschizo (you)what, you think anyone here believes 50 different anons all just happened to show up at the same time to spam the board with retarded takes about dinosaurs?we know it's you. It's all you.
>>4527795Meds, dude. Really, you need help.
>>4527800If you think anyone here is falling for your samefag bullshit you're far stupider than I imagined, and I've always considered you pretty fucking stupid.
>>4527791The chinese dragon bone trade being full of hoaxes and doctored fossils isn't even a matter of debate. It's a known issue. Most modern paleoretards just handwave it and pretend it's not a problem. Then they use almost exclusively chinese fossils to try to claim that everything had feathers. You can't have both.
>>4527552So the pterosaurs move hyper fast but the trex doesn’t anymore? Ok.
>>4527751>Ostrom literally cried when he found out about the Sinosauropteryx prima fossil.Absolute clown.
>>4526721Yeah, it wasn't as bad as some said. Sure, it suffered from being so short and the CGI for the Hesperornis sequence and the baby ammonites was notorious, but it was enjoyable nonetheless. Also, as a mosasaur lover I enjoyed the mosasaurus hunt like you won't imagine. The breaching out of the water great white shark style was awesome.
>>4527802>"stupider"It's "more stupid", imbecile. Maybe take your own advice first.
So now that it's done, what are your episode ratings and overall?
>>4527846Oh yes, TIME, that well renowned science magazine
>>4527747Feathers are even more basal than that based on Chinese evidence. First evolved during the Permian.
>>4528317>Ohh, you're approaching me? Even though I can crush you like a twig you're coming close to me?>I can't peck the shit out of you without getting closer
>>4527846>>4528304>the scientists exposing the fakes are also ChineseYou’re retarded
>>4528295I knew some dipshit was going to say this for some reason. Did you miss the part where it quotes Xu Xing talking about dragon bone hoaxes and doctoring being the norm in china?
>>4526721It was pretty lame. Also didn't they already do this? At one point during the episode I was certain they were playing an episode of the first season by mistake.
>>4526833The worst part is there is no actual evidence for herding in dromaeosaurs. They're always found solitary. The only possible exception is Deinonychus but that hasn't been confirmed as actual herding behavior. And if even it was proven beyond any shadow of a doubt that Deinonychus were pack hunters, it would be the exception for the family, not the rule.
>>4528386No you're fucking retarded for continuing the fraud that this isn't an issue. And you need to shut your stupid whore mouth.
>>4528304I love how the baizuo shithead westerners admit right in the article that they let the chinese fraud slide so they can continue to gain access to chinese fossils. Because nothing bad could come from that, of course. Like say, derailing the entirety of the field of paleontology so you can look at fake feathers.>"Forging fossils is simply too lucrative."So, precisely what I've been saying for years. Western shitheads don't call the chinks out because they would lose opportunities to advance their careers and the chinks won't stop doing it because they (and likely westerners also at this point) are simply making too much money off of it.
>>4528301Sauce, I need to laugh.
>>4527751Hey remember when you pretended to be some retarded rich old man and even soft-doxxed yourself to prove an internet dick-size challenge? I just wish you would go back to that, this is so lame honestly.
>basically impossible to discuss dinosaurs on the nature board without fucking idiots derailing the thread and trying to make it about fucking american politics
>>4528460There are no fake feathers. You're mentally ill. Take your meds and give yourself over to the government handlers. They know better
>>4528449Moreover, traces on the bones show a high level of intraspecific aggression in velociraptors. If the Late Cretaceous paraves hunted in packs, then at most unconsciously and uncoordinated, each pursuing their own goals (after which they began to fight for food).>>4528484>youSeek help.
>>4528386>retardedOh no! It's you! YOU! Seething chinaman from /k/!
I'm not a fan of how reliant they are on the two most well-known dinosaurs from Jurassic Park, T. rex and Velociraptor. Even when describing other genus, they keep referring back to these two>"Tarbosaurus, Asia's version of T. rex">"Austroraptor, relatives of Velociraptor but much bigger"I get that you need to keep the normies' attention somehow, but just say "Tarbosaurus, a tyrannosaurid from Asia" or "Austroraptor the dromaeosaur". That being said I still really liked Prehistoric Planet overall. Here's hoping they get a third season set in a completely different era.
>>4528577I found it odd how they felt the need to reintroduce most species shown in the first season, or in previous episodes, often the exact same way. I think the Tarbosaurus example you mentioned did the same thing, and Beelzebufo's introduction may as well be an unused take of the same line from season 1. I guess it's on the off chance that the five people subscribed to Apple TV+ on a regular basis wouldn't get confused if they started off on season 2 for some reason, but it just felt strange.
The absolute state of...>They're like AVENGERS!God, I hate redditors so fucking much.
>paleoschizo is a redditorthe least surprising revelation ever
>>4526843>>4526844>>4526849>pajeet dino>eats popI... sincerely do not understand what Favreau meant by this.
>>4528564>schizo fighting shadows againNot much else is new
>>4528449>They're always found solitary>hasn’t heard of the utahraptor block
To distract from all the nonsensical ramblings that have nothing to do with anything, what was your favourite animal introduced this season?[spoiler]If I do have one legitimate gripe, it's the Pyroraptor's 5 second appearance just feels like a gigantic cocktease and it may as well have been replaced by a pterosaur scavenging the stranded ammonite babies.[/spoiler]
>>4528581Lmao, the absolute state.
>>4528640Globidens was a nice surprise at the end, it's one of my favorite mosasaur species, and Rajasaurus had a really nice design. The baby Pyroraptors were definitely a cocktease, especially since they just seem to reuse the baby Velociraptor models. Kuru kulla being another Velociraptor reskin was also a bit disappointing, especially since its dentition is pretty unique.
>>4528640Rajasaurus, I liked seeing them leap around volcanic rocks and eating BABIES
>>4528640The Rajasaurus because that color scheme looks straight out of Dinosaur King and I love it.
>>4523095>>4527615>>4528581>>4528597Who's this onion man?
>>4525534There is no single chance that with its perfect bite, there would be so much excess meat on its thin lower jaw.
>>4528640IsisaurusBecause there's a very good sequence about it
>>4528733>There is no single chanceI’d ask why but I know you don’t actually have a reason aside from it not being to your tastes
>>4528546>Start ad thread about a shitty apple product>It gets rightfully criticized for being full of anti-science nonsenseYou know, I used to get mad at your posts until I realized you were just a woman. Being mad at a woman for being a persistently illogical cunt is like being mad at a downy for eating crayons.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0TgCgdvJ2chttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOZr9DD0gMg
>>4528564This phrase is stupid. The chinese aren't people and I'm pretty sure they don't have feelings.
>>4528723Darren Naish, literally the head scientific consultant for the show.
>>4528577I hope for season 3 they just start making up dinosaurs so I can laugh at the dumb apple cunts trying to defend it.
>>4528616Oh I have.
>>4525358Gotta have dead babies in literally every single episode. That's how you know the adults are back in charge!
>>4525460>>4525461>>4525463Of all the nonsense in PeePee, the Pachycephalosaurs in sagebrush has to be the worst. The fact that it's in the "Swamps" episode is the most confusing part since they could have just put them in Hell Creek.
>>4526484You misunderstand. These are the actual retards that are hot shit right now in the paleo scene. This is the kind of shit mark witton actually believes. He's been made a "scientific" consultant on the show for some reason. Anti-science is VERY en vogue in mesozoic paleontology right now.
>>4526480He's really not. This is a common argument in living herbivores and it's always been wrong.
>>4526469By lacking understanding of ecology specifically. You have to understand, lobbyists like hunters, ranchers and large corporations have spent half a century poisoning the life sciences to fit their personal narratives. It's almost impossible to find a biologist that doesn't parrot pure shill bullshit at this point. It's so widespread most of them don't even know they're doing it.
>>4525518>Thick ESL accent>Talks like a Youtube robotLiterally spics.
>>4525629The continual attempt to turn Tyrannosaurs into bears is confusing and retarded.
>>4526198That would imply the showrunners knew anything about dinosaurs or were interested in educating the public.
>>4526587Not about the muscles but you do realize the only way people can make lipped T. rexes is to ignore most T. rex skull dimensions and make the teeth shorter, right?
>>4526888I certainly hope he's not three people. Can you imagine?
>>4527329God I hope so. It will be the only time I watch the Cretaceous impact and root for the comet.
>>4528301>based on Chinese evidence....which you're not going to provide since it doesn't exist and will make you wrong. Thank you for admitting concession
>>4527710I look forward to your ovarian cancer.
>>4527736Bury their eggs in volcanoes miles from food or water sources? Pretty sure they don't.
>>4527794On your favorite pirating site.
>>4528582The showrunners only know 3 dinosaurs and don't know shit about their ethology, habitat or anything else really.
>>4528848>>4528857>>4528858>>4528861>>4528864>>4528870Holy fuck put on a trip and let me filter your retarded ass, schizo, I don't fucking care.
I haven't watched it yet but is there a therizinosaurus anywhere in it? Therizinosaurus is my favorite dinosaur. Thanks bros.
>>4523073It's more update version of Walking with series? I would like more non dino stuff, personally. Anything Paleozoic especially.
>>4528944>It's more update version of Walking with series?It's really not. Imagine if all the most retarded memes you've seen about dinosaurs were turned into a series animated by Pixar, but passed off as actual science.
>>4528944Ignore the schizo faggot. It's not really like WWD, it's meant to be more like Planet Earth/Blue Planet, those sorts of documentaries. Short vignettes that showcase certain species rather than something more resembling a narrative. Whether you see that as a strength or weakness of the show is up to you personally, but I still prefer WWD's method.
>>4528542It’s absolutely fucking insufferable, discussing the peculiarities and biology of extinct reptiles has absolutely NOTHING to do with “muh chuds”, “muh SJW’s”, or anything in between, it’s utter retardation all the way down. Schizos in this thread act like every paleontologist born after 1920 is secretly in cahoots with trannies to establish a Communist utopia or fascist dictatorship through Feathers and BBC documentaries just because the dinosaurs in their children’s book don’t look the same anymore. Their “common sense” and “superior intellect” is the real apogee of paleontological science and disproves everything modern veterans of field have described and concluded, which of course is why they post all their wisdom on 4chan. Paleo-Schizos and /pol/-tier “TRANNIES MAKE MY DINOS LOOK LIKE FAGS” mongoloids who act like they know jackshit need to be rounded up and herded to the nearest Downs Syndrome clinic immediately
>>4528944>Have you seen Jurassic World? It's the same thing, only diametrically opposed!I am more than sure that Favreau and his s-o-y assistants filmed their shit with exactly this approach. This series has nothing to do with documentaries. Exactly the same attraction for dumb people, like Jurassic World, only fraudulently presenting itself to them as something scientifically "reliable". Tons of far-fetched speculation, outright mistakes, overstretched boring scenes, and all this is spiced with a pinch of SJW in the form of a radical "rethinking" of the very common sense. As a person with a higher education, a biological profession and baggage of hundreds of viewed REAL documentaries - I hardily call this series ordinary modern Disney slop, hypocritically trying to deceive the viewer. Further at your own discretion.
>>4528982>Paleo-SchizosIt's one person.(reddit spacing)The voices in my head and my burning ass told me so.
>>4527751There are still plenty of respectable and trustworthy paleontologists like Cau
>>4529015One persons especially egregious, but he’s far from the only fag to bitch about dinosaurs like that>whatever the fuck that wasThe Special Needs schools that way downie
>>4529067LolCau is an enormous proponent of feathered dinosaurs and was proposing massive changes to Spinosaurus long before the 2014 Spinosaurus paper even dropped (to the point where online communities kept calling him a "fanboy" for downplaying the then 20 ton Spinosaurus size estimates)If the current state of the schizo is continuing to think that feathered dinosaurs are universally Chinese hoaxes and the "new" (2014 was 9 years ago) revision of Spinosaurus is chimeric then he'll have an aneurysm trying to follow Cau
>>4528640I really liked the Pachycephalosaurus sequence, even if they lacked the cheeks they supposedly had. The Rajasaurus were awesome too, loved how they were animated, jumping across the lava rocks
>>4528851That’s horse shit lmao. A paper about lips came out but you didn’t read it
>>4528864>What are Galapagos land iguanas
>>4528956>>4529013Why did you respond twice?
>>4528982>every paleontologist born after 1920 is secretly in cahoots with trannies to establish a Communist utopia or fascist dictatorshipThey are.>Their “common sense” and “superior intellect” is the real apogee of paleontological science and disproves everything modern veterans of field have described and concludedIt does.The more you act like this, the more republican my arguments become. Initially they were all totally academic, but since you won't stop harping on the commie tranny angle and claiming that anyone that disagrees with the mainstream is a nazi, I'll be including those details even more in my conclusions about where paleontology is headed.>>4529015Lol
>>4529013Literally the same person was a scientific consultant on both projects. I REALLY wish I were kidding.
>>4529019You are HIV+
>>4529135I mostly don't care about Theropods. Theropods are for fags.
>>4529437Post it. I'll see if I've read it.
>>4529438Those aren't miles from food and water.
>>4529439I didn't. For your next trick you'll make a crying basedjak face and scream "YOU EDITED THAT SCREENSHOT!!!"
>>4529567Yes they are>>4529564If you don’t know which one I’m talking about then you haven’t read it. It came out very recently
>>4529574>Yes they areI don't think there's a single spot on the Galapagos that's as much as a mile away from vegetation.
>>4529586Most of the major barren lava fields are more than a mile
>>4526843You will find literally anything to bitch about this show because it has ruined your brain so much, regardless if the Isisaurus segment was one of the best in the show. They’ve found sauropod nests within like 3 metres of geysers, the idea they’d use volcanic areas to heat their nests is not far fetched
>>4529629Doesn't look like it from Google Earth. Maybe if you measure longways along a very narrow strip.>>4529630Oh there is plenty to complain about with PeePee. Nobody needs to hunt for anything. And this is a valid complaint. Nobody's saying the wouldn't use geothermal heat, you disingenuous bint. The argument is that eggs wouldn't be laid tens of miles from any resources that would keep the babies alive and that's totally correct.
>>4529791>The argument is that eggs wouldn't be laid tens of miles from any resources that would keep the babies alive and that's totally correctExcept that’s not what happened in the show, there’s shots of them in the same frame as vegetation. You’re just looking for things to complain about at this point, just like when you were bitching about the width of the T. rex’s lower jaw in the first season because you didn’t know what the jaw musculature was actually supposed to look like
>>4529844>NOOO!! THERE WAS SOME PURSLANE WITH NOTHING AROUND IT FOR 20 MILES!! PREHISTORIC PLANET IS A DOCUMENTARY WHY WON'T YOU NAZIS JUST DIE!!!??!!??
>>4530347Absolutely mind broken
>>4530524You definitely are.
>>4530535I’m not the one who complains about the details of a dead lizard’s mouth
>>4529568wtf i didn't say based i said based
>>4529550I’m taking a shit and bored, guess I’ll take the bait>the more you act like thisAct like what? Like calling people making every single paleontological event and discovery of the past 50 years a purely politically motivated attack divorced from any real empirical science extremely retarded? How is that objectionable to anyone who’s not profoundly schizophrenic and just wants to talk about dinosaurs? >I’ll just act RepublicanHow would you acting Republican bother anyone who’s an emotionally mature adult? Bringing it into a conversation about Dinosaurs like it’s at all relevant or meant to be taken seriously is bizarre, and it shouldn’t be remotely surprising that anyone doing shit like that are immediately made fun of and told to fuck back off to their special needs classrooms>I started academically Okay lol>You called everyone who isn’t mainstream a trans Nazi :( I didn’t, I said that anyone who’s motivated to attack paleontology post ~1970 because it changed how their childhood Dino’s looked and/or because they made determinations that clashed with their evident autism, so therefore tranny commies are involved, is a /pol/-tier conspiracy schizo. Simple as. They feel the autistic need to derail every single dinosaur conversation on this board to make it about their ACTUALLY scientific, true and honest dino headcanon, and that’s simply a statement of fact, there’s multiple out there besides the most notorious retard and it’s fucking insufferable.There’s your (you), have fun faggot