This wiki is about the facts of all the prehistoric creatures from the Walking with Series, as well as Prehistoric Park. Plus, even though it's a real saga series, it's also about a fiction TV show I always thought of, kind of something like Prehistoric Park and the Walking with Series combined. The park is called Prehistoric Earth: A Natural History.
- 1 About the (Fictional) TV show
- 2 Characters
- 3 Park Design
- 3.1 Park Locations
- 3.1.1 Aviary
- 3.1.2 Ankylosaurus Woodland
- 3.1.3 Bug Dome
- 3.1.4 Ceratopsian Grassland
- 3.1.5 Crocodilian Lake
- 3.1.6 Hippo Waterhole
- 3.1.7 Giraffe Grasslands
- 3.1.8 Hadrosaur Springs
- 3.1.9 Iguanodon Taiga
- 3.1.10 Ornithopod Paddock and The Ostrich Exhibit
- 3.1.11 Primeval Aquarium
- 3.1.12 Pterosaur Perch
- 3.1.13 Underground Mansion
- 3.1.14 Beaver Hotel
- 3.1.15 Raptor Peak
- 3.1.16 Saber-Tooth Rock
- 3.1.17 Sauropod Savannah
- 3.1.18 Spinosaurus Rainforest
- 3.1.19 Tyrannosaur Kingdom
- 3.1.20 Whale Watching
- 3.1.21 Mammoth Grasslands
- 3.1.22 Ape-Men Jungle
- 3.1.23 Bear Country
- 3.1.24 Stegosaur Meadow
- 3.1.25 Hyena Hill
- 3.1 Park Locations
- 4 Episodes
- 5 Main Creature goals
- 6 The Time Periods
About the (Fictional) TV show
A group of scientists and adventurers travel through a time portal to bring back various species of prehistoric animals from various prehistoric timelines. They are bringing them back to the safety of the 21st century and creating a park known as "Prehistoric Earth: A Natural History" for the whole world to come and visit.
- Allen Johnson is the enigmatic, English co-founder and manager of Prehistoric Earth, Jo Baker's right-hand, and Rebecca's mentor and love interest, Allen is an experienced zoologist, paleontologist, cartographer, and explorer, as well as an ethologist. He is in charge of the animals the park needs and heads all Prehistoric Safari Rescue expeditions. He reports to Jo whenever a mission is over and whenever the new animal is coming. He has spent a long time at the park, the longest of anybody else, and possesses a vast knowledge of various animals, both from the past and present, in the park, and out in the world. He also has pet German Shepard named Bob, who babysits baby canines and felines.
- Rebecca Slatters is the park's animal and operations manager. Allen's protégée and love interest, Rebecca is also an expert on paleoecology and botany, and monitors the health of the animals when they are sick, comatose, and even dead. Once a successful veterinarian who was dismissed from her job after the pet of a wealthy hospital benefactor died in her care, she was eventually sought out by Allen and offered a job at the park. Also an adventurer, Rebecca goes with Allen on every mission throughout the series. However, she has difficulty exploring the world of Prehistoric Earth as well as the Prehistoric World itself and relies on Allen to help her better understand. She has a pet American Shorthair cat named Luna.
- Crystal "Chrissie" Johnson is Allen's young and well-behaved teenage daughter. At the start of the series, Chrissie often stayed behind since she was too young to go on any of the adventures. However, towards season 3, Allen allowed her to go.
- Joanna Baker is the extremely wealthy, powerful, and eccentric CEO, co-founder, and creator of Prehistoric Earth. A very gorgeous but tough-as-nails Irish woman, Joanna is Allen and Rebecca's direct superior and contacts them, even when they are in the Prehistoric World, to report when they have the animals they brought back secured and when bad things are about to happen. In addition to being his mentor and boss, Joanna is also Allen's god-mother.
- Shaun Wells is Allen's longtime friend and the park's head geneticist and creator of Prehistoric Earth's technology. Because he rarely goes on adventures in the prehistoric world, Shaun is also the head of the research department, researching what else there is to learn about the DNA, fossils, and scans of prehistoric animals.
- Jennifer Ruth is the park's tough-as-nails, Polish-American warden. In charge of all the park security systems and rangers, she is also the supervisor of the Safari Drives, Raft Rides, and Balloon Tour attractions. She often flirts with Shaun. She does not like the name Jennie, though she allows a select few people to call her that.
- Nathan Smith is the park administrator. He monitors weather forecasts and oversees the park maintenance and daily operations.
- Jane Ellen Powers is the public relations manager, introduced in the fourth series. When people visit the park, she reports to Allen with any attraction or visitor problems.
- Eric Peterson is the financial director of Prehistoric Earth and informs Allen on the park's profits and losses.
- Korrina is a recently hired paleoveterinarian for the park who looks after the prehistoric animals. Young and ambitious, she works directly under Rebecca and is eager to prove that she has what it takes to work at the park.
- Ruby Van Pelt is an infamous and brutal animal tamer. A professor in zoology, as well as a "mercenary"/great white huntress, her methods put her at odds with Allen.
- Kate Caldwell is a female with Korrina.
Prehistoric Creatures of this Wiki
This wiki is about all the prehistoric creatures in the BBC series from the shallow seas of the Cambrian to the icy lands of the Ice Age, from monsters to dinosaurs, to prehistoric beasts, as well as a thousand species of modern-day animals.
Notable Creatures of the Park
- Sue is a large female Tyrannosaurus. She was rescued from Late Cretaceous Montana, 65 million years ago, right when the meteor struck. She is arguably the Park's largest and most powerful predatory dinosaur, as well as the "star" of the Park. She weighs 15,000+ pounds (6,803.8 kg), stands 20 feet (6.1 m) tall, and measures 50 feet (15.3 m) long. She also mothered two babies: siblings Terrence and Matilda.
- Big Al is a young male Allosaurus rescued from Late Jurassic Wyoming, 145 million years ago. Originally a 30-foot-long (9 m), 3-ton adolescent before arriving at the Park, Al has since recovered from the injuries and illnesses he suffered and has now grown into a mature, full-size adult, measuring 38 feet (11.6 m) long and weighing 5 tons.
- Half-Tooth is a large male Smilodon and the alpha of his pack, saved from Pleistocene South America, 1 million years ago. His right saber-like tooth is broken in half, hence his name.
- Dolores is an adult female Dinofelis, and a mother of three cubs, saved from Late Pliocene, Africa 3.2 million years ago
- Martha is an elderly female Woolly Mammoth and is the matriarch of her herd, saved from the end of the Ice Age in Siberia, 30,000 years ago.
- Meg is a colossal, adult female Megalodon. At 75 feet (23 m) long, she is the park's largest predator.
- Scarlet-Eye is an adult female Dimetrodon rescued from the Early Permian. She is named because her right eye/face is red in color as a result of a fight with another female Dimetrodon.
- Sarah is a large female Triceratops saved from the Late Cretaceous period, 65 million years ago. She is the leader of her herd and has a single son: Theo.
- Kodi is a large male Arctotherium saved from the end of the Ice Age, 10,000 years ago.
- Gorgon is a large male Inostrancevia that followed the team from Late Permian Siberia, 250 million years ago.
- Arthur is a large, 20-foot Arthropleura that followed the Team through the time portal and back to the park from Late Carboniferous Europe, 300 million years ago.
- Gin is a large individual Giganotosaurus save from the Early Cretaceous South America, 127 million years ago.
- Hali is an adult female Halisaurus saved from the Late Cretaceous, 65 million years ago
- Allie is a large female Deinosuchus saved from Late Cretaceous Texas, 75 million years ago.
- Charlotte is a female Megarachne saved from the Late Carboniferous, 300 million years.
- Gorgo is a large male Gorgosaurus saved from Late Cretaceous Texas, 75 million years ago.
- Terri is an alpha male Deinonychus saved from Early Cretaceous North America, 120 million years ago, along with his pack.
- Terra is a female Pteranodon saved from Late Cretaceous Montana, 65 million years ago.
- Nate is a single male Ambulocetus saved from Early Eocene Germany, 50 million years ago.
- Hunter is a male Australovenator saved from Mid-Cretaceous Antarctica, 106 million years ago.
- Hercules is a young male Australopithecus saved from Late Pliocene Africa, 3.2 million years ago.
- Flat-Dog is a single female Kaprosuchus saved from Middle Cretaceous Africa, 110 million years ago.
- Littlefoot is a baby Paraceratherium saved from Late Oligocene Mongolia, 25 million years
- Taurus is a large individual Carnotaurus saved from the Early Cretaceous South America, 127 million years ago.
- Patchi is a male Pachyrhinosaurus saved from the Late Cretaceous Alberta, 70 million years ago.
- Patrick and Polly are a breeding pair of Phorusrhacos saved from Middle Pleistocene South America, 1 million years ago.
- Alex is a male Alexornis saved from Late Cretaceous Alberta, 70 million years ago.
- Mabaya is a male Deinotherium saved from Late Pliocene Africa, 3.2 million years ago. He lives in a separate enclosure due to his aggressiveness.
- Tublat is a male Paranthropus saved from Early Pleistocene Africa 2.33 million years ago. He is the dominant male of his group.
- Tarzan is a male Homo Habilis saved from Early Pleistocene Africa 2.33 million years ago. He became the dominant male of his group after the previous one was killed by an African Lion during a fight with couple of Homo Rudolfensis.
- Scowler is a male Pachyrhinosaurus who is the older brother of Patchi saved from the Late Cretaceous Alberta, 70 million years ago. He is much bigger than his brother but he is still the family age as him.
- Juniper is a female Pachyrhinosaurus who is the mate to Patchi saved from saved from Late Cretaceous Alberta, 70 million years ago.
The park itself is enormous. At the center is the Main Headquarters, where park staff meet to discuss anything going on in the park, from maintenance on the park to the animals' well-being. The park is split into several parts, almost like a star-like shape, with large walls coming between enclosures to differentiate the various environments of all the animals, from hot deserts to cold tundra.
This is the list of locations around the park, including the animal enclosures. Additionally, whilst the carnivores list separately in their own personal enclosures, the herbivores do have their own environments as well, but they have been known to meet in the center of the Island, a huge area known as "Herbivore Valley", which has a river, waterfall, grasslands, ponds, trees, etc.
Arguably one of the park's largest enclosure, this massive aviary is within an enormous cove that contains a rainforest with a waterfall, a river, and variety of birds and other flying animals; in addition to Holocene birdlife (such as vultures, peacocks, flamingos, eagles, swans, quails, penguins, some normal birds, and more.) the prehistoric creatures of this aviary include Anurognathus, Azhdarcho, Harpagornis, Eosipterus, Mythunga, Nyctosaurus, Ornithocheirus, Peteinosaurus, Pteranodon, Quetzalcoatlus, Rhamphorhynchus, Dodo, Icaronycteris, The Terror Birds, and Tapejara. The most well-known Holocene bird of the Enclosure is the Bald Eagle, the national bird of the United States of America.
This is the woodland area where the group of Ankylosaurus, Polacanthus, Euoplocephalus and Edmontonia reside. It is a forest with low-level trees, bushes, and a river, which cuts through the middle of the park.
This area is where the insects and arachnids of the Carboniferous reside. It has dense jungle trees and bushes. Some amphibians and reptiles also live in the enclosure as well.
This area is where all members of the Ceratopsian family of dinosaurs reside, including the famous Triceratops. It is a vast grassland with several scattered trees, as well as a large pond.
Similar in design to Raptor Peak, this is a large area, with it containing eight prehistoric species of crocodiles in separate enclosures around a large pond. It also possesses dry land for the enclosure's inhabitants to bask on. Holocene crocodiles, such as the Nile Crocodile, also reside there.
This area is a waterhole home the park's Hippopotamuses. The Prehistoric creatures of that enclosure are Moeritherium and Arsinoitherium. The enclosure has a small grass patch where they can eat grass.
This area is home to the giraffids and other savannah, desert, and semi-desert animals. The enclosure is a savannah, alongside a couple scattered trees, shrubs, and bushes, and even a lake. The residents include Deinotherium, Genyornis, Macrauchenia, Toxodon, Doedicurus, Parapropalaehoplophorus, Sivatherium, and Paraceratherium. The Holocene animals that lives in the enclosure are Giraffes, Zebras, Gerenuk, Wildebeest, Common Eland, Scimitar Oryx, Addax, Greater Kudu, Thomson's Gazelle, Cape Buffalo, Warthogs, Springbok, Gemsbok and Kob.
This is the area where the park's hadrosaurs reside. It has some grasslands, a small lake, and some woodlands. The enclosure is next-door to Iguanodon Taiga.
This is the area where the three species of Iguanodon reside. It consists of a savannah, a grassland field with a lake, and a seaside beach.
Ornithopod Paddock and The Ostrich Exhibit
This is the area where the flocks of the Ornithomimus along with Ostriches and little ornithopods reside. The dinosaurs Dryosaurus, Othnielia, Leaellynasaura, Ornithomimus, Gallimimus , Struthiomimus, Thescelosaurus, and Hypsilophodon all reside in this exhibit.
Among the largest enclosures in the entire park, this massive tank is within an enormous cove that contains a variety of marine animals. In addition to Holocene marine life (such as fish, sea sponges, sea urchins, crustaceans, rays, clams, sea turtles, cephalopods, some normal sharks, and more marine animals.), the prehistoric creatures of this tank include Ammonites, Archelon, Anomalocaris, Astraspis, Bothriolepis, Brontoscorpio, Elasmosaurus, Cameroceras, Tylosaurus, Cetotherium, Pliosaurus, Cephalaspis, Halisaurus, Hesperornis, Hybodus, Hyneria, Metriorhynchus, Nothosaurus, Megalograptus, Cymbospondylus, Pterygotus, Leedsichthys, Liopleurodon, Xiphactinus, Dunkleosteus, Cretoxyrhina, Ophthalmosaurus, Physogaleus, Jaekelopterus, Megalodon, Plesiosaurus, Stethacanthus, Squalicorax, Tanystropheus, and Trilobites. The tank also leads up rivers and creeks that are also apart of the other enclosures. Some of the smaller sea creatures sometimes find their way up these rivers and waterways. As for the animals that need to come on land, the enclosure also has cliffs and shorelines to accommodate such needs.
This area is a combination of a waterfall (with some forest upriver) and ragged, seaside cliffs, as well as a stretch of beach. It is where all the species of pterosaurs reside, large and small. However, like with the Microraptor, the smaller pterosaurs roam freely around the island. Pterosaur Perch is located inside the Aviary enclosure.
The Underground Mansion is an area home to Nine Banded and Three Banded Armadillos, Pangolins, Star-Nosed Moles, Mongoose, Scorpions, Meerkats, Aardvarks, and Prairie Dogs. The prehistoric creatures the resides there is Diictodon, Thrinaxodon, Alphadon, Didelphodon and Horned Gophers.
The Beaver Hotel is an area where the Castoroides resides. The Holocene animals that live there are modern Beavers, American Bullfrogs, Fire Salamanders, and North American River Otters. The enclosure has a lake with a beaver-made beaver lodge. The enclosure is kinected to the Mammoth Grasslands Enclosure.
Five, separate enclosures that are surrounded around a peak that holds the five species of raptors for the park. However, the Microraptor, being some of the smallest creatures in the park, are one of the few species that can freely roam the park. The enclosure is near Hyena Hill, where the hyenas reside.
This large rock has a cave in it and it is where the pride of Smilodon reside, including Half-Tooth. Similar to Tyrannosaur Kingdom, the Smilodon also has a tall rock structure as a way to view their new home. Other saber-tooth cats, like Dinofelis, Megantereon and Homotherium resides there as well.
A huge area surrounded by vast amounts of tall grass and trees as well as a river connected to a large lagoon, this area is where all the species of sauropods live. This includes Apatosaurus, Argentinosaurus, Barosaurus, Borealosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Camarasaurus, Dicraeosaurus, Diplodocus, Giraffatitan, and Saltasaurus. The enclosure is next door to the Ape-Men Jungle Enclosure. A large lake separates both enclosures but some of the residents would come for a drink when their thirsty.
This is the area where the park's Spinosaurus reside. It is perfect for the Spinosaurus, as it is a combination of wetland, swamp, and rainforest.
This is the area where the small pack of Tyrannosaurus lives. Via the use of a large mountain surrounded by dense forest, along with a river and a large pond, they have a whole view of the park as a way to "view their new kingdom". Other members the the tyrannosaur family resides there, like Albertosaurus, Gorgosaurus, Daspletosaurus, and Tarbosaurus.
This area is a large section of the Aquarium wing of the park, where it houses whale bones as well as the park's resident whale species in separate tanks: Ambulocetus, Basilosaurus, Dorudon, Livyatan, Cetotherium, and Odobenocetops. The dimensions of the Ambulocetus enclosure is in line with enclosures meant to contain otters, seals, and walruses, while the Dorudon, Cetotherium, and Odobenocetops enclosures are based on tank dimensions meant to hold dolphins and orcas. Meanwhile the Basilosaurus and Livyatan are housed in a very large, oceanic tank that are built in the sea. The enclosure leads to the Primeval Aquarium and Holocene Whales, Dolphins, Seals, Sea Lion, and Walruses also live in the enclosure with the prehistoric ones.
This enclosure is a large sparsely forested grassland home to the Mastodons, Columbian Mammoths, and the famous Woolly Mammoths. It has grassland with a lake, Tundra and woodland. The enclosure is also home to animals like Megaloceros, Steppe Bison, Aurochs, Elasmotherium, Hagerman Horse, Camelops, and Woolly Rhinoceros. The Holocene animals that live in the enclosure are the African Elephant, Pronghorn, Elk, White-Tailed Deer, Snowshoe Hares, Mountain Goats, Mountain Hares, Eastern Gray Squirrels, Raccoon, Striped Skunk, Cattle, Wolverines, Bighorn Sheep, Ibex, Wild Boars, Hedgehog, Chipmunk, Caribou, Eastern Cottontail, Horse, Moose, Saiga Antelope, Opossum, North American Porcupines, North American and European Badgers, Mustangs, Dall's Sheep, Musk Ox, Yaks, and modern Bison. The enclosure is kinected to the Beaver Hotel and just across from the Tyrannosaur Kingdom enclosure.
This area where the species of Ape-Men such as Australopithecus, Paranthropus, Homo Habilis, and Homo Rudolfensis reside. The enclosure is covered with rainforest, a lake, and some savannah. The enclosure is near the Sauropod Savannah Enclosure. The Ape-Men also has a view of the sauropods grazing on the trees in Sauropod Savannah. The Ape-Men also shares the enclosure with other animals like Ancylotherium, Uintatherium, Nothrotheriops, Steropodon, Megatherium, Megalonyx, Giant Moa, Smilodectes, Apidium, Eremotherium, Europolemur, Godinotia, Glyptodon, Platybelodon, Pliopithecus, Dinopithecus, and Gigantopithecus. The Holocene animals that live in the enclosure are modern apes like Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Gibbon, and Orangutans and monkeys like Capuchin, Vervet Monkey, Patas Monkey, Mandrills, and Baboons. The other Holocene of the enclosure includes Impala, Green Iguanas, Three-Toed Sloth, Red-Eyed Tree Frogs, Giant Anteater, Ring-Tailed Lemur, Okapi, Water Buffalo, Capybara, Bongo, and a large grassland for their Black and White Rhinoceros, as well as for the Asian Elephants. A large lake separates both Ape-men and Sauropods savanna enclosures but some of the residents would come for a drink when they're thirsty.
This area of the park is where every kind of bear that is in the park resides. Some residents include the prehistoric bears Arctotherium, Cave bear, and Arctodus. The other residents include Holocene Bears like the Kodiak Bear, Polar Bear, Grizzly Bear, and Black Bear. The Enclosure has a forest with a lake for them to catch salmon.
This Enclosure is where every kind of Stegosaur dinosaur-like Stegosaurus, Dacentrurus, and Kentrosaurus resides. It is a meadow with some woodland and bush. The enclosure is next door to the Ankylosaurus Woodland and the Mammoth Grasslands Enclosures.
On their very first mission to rescue mission through prehistoric times, a team of adventurers, photographers, and scientists, journey through the world of monsters, the life before the dinosaurs, and bring them back to the safety of their park, known as Prehistoric Earth. They plan to rescue creatures of land, air, and sea alike and give them a second chance in the safety of the 21st century.
- New Safari: On their very first mission, Allen Johnson, his new protégée and crew of scientists, explorers, and adventurers go back through a Time Portal to the oceans of the Cambrian in hopes of bringing back their very first prehistoric animals: a thumb-nail sized fish and a shrimp-like predator.
- Eye of the Beast: The group goes back to the Ordovician to bring back a distant relative of squid and cuttlefish.
- Water Dwellers: The team travels back in time to the Silurian seas to rescue a small, peaceful, grazing fish while tussling with sea scorpions.
- Armored Fish: The crew heads back to the Devonian Era to bring back a giant amphibian and an armor-plated fish.
- Arthropods of the Swamp: The group travels back to the Carboniferous Era to bring back the first reptiles, predatory amphibians, and the largest insects and arachnids the world has ever seen before they all burn to death.
- Sail Backs: The team travels back to the time of the giant sail-backs of the Early Permian Age.
- Monsters of the Desert: The group heads back in time to the Late Permian desert of Siberia to bring back a small community of creatures living around a drying-up pond.
- Dawn of the Mesozoic: On their next adventure, the group goes on an adventure back to the prehistoric Early Triassic of Antarctica to rescue a large mammal-like reptile and a small two-leg walking lizard while tussling with poisonous mammal-like reptiles and the earliest known ancestors of alligators and crocodiles.
After witnessing the epic war between monsters, the team now ventures through 160 million years of the Mesozoic Era, journeying through the Age of the Dinosaurs, to bring back the species of dinosaurs and other Mesozoic inhabitants needed for the park, large and small, predator and prey.
- New Blood: On their next adventure to the Late Triassic period, the team goes back to the beginning of the Age of the Dinosaurs to bring back their first dinosaurs, while handling other Triassic reptiles of land, air, and sea alike.
- Time of Giants: The group goes through the time portal back to the Jurassic to bring back the longest sauropod ever known and the apex predator.
- Time of Giants Part II - Ballad of Big Al: Still not having brought back Allosaurus, the crew travels to prehistoric Wyoming of the Jurassic to save the most infamous Allosaurus of all.
- Cruel Seas: The team goes through the time portal back to the seas of Jurassic Europe to rescue a dolphin-like creature and a four-flippered titanic predator of the deep.
- Clash of the Titans: The group travels back to the Early Cretaceous and bring back the largest land animal that ever lived and the biggest predator of Early Cretaceous Argentina while following a magnificent pterosaur across the world on an airplane and gathering three species of Iguanodon along the way.
- Dinobirds: The team heads back to prehistoric China to bring back one of the smallest dinosaurs ever discovered.
- Spirits of the Ice Forest: The group travels back to the middle of the Cretaceous to rescue the strong-spirited wildlife of Antarctica.
- Battle of the Alphas: The team travels to prehistoric Africa to bring back two rival apex predators.
- The Giant Claw: The team goes through time to the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia to rescue the creature with the largest claws of all time.
- Super Croc: The group travels back to prehistoric Texas to rescue the largest crocodilian that has ever lived.
- Death of a Dynasty - To Hell's Aquarium... And Back?!: In this next episode, swimming through the most dangerous seas they have visited yet, the team of prehistoric travelers goes through the time portal back to Late Cretaceous Montana to bring back various kinds of sea creatures, including the Cretaceous seas apex predator.
- Death of a Dynasty II - Return of the King: Surviving the hellish seas of the Late Cretaceous, the team travels through the very end of the age of the dinosaurs and works to rescue a variety of dinosaurs, including the almighty king of the dinosaurs - Tyrannosaurus rex. However, they have limited time since the dinosaurs' demise comes ever closer with less than two weeks until the meteorite strikes the Earth.
Having survived the world of the dinosaurs, the Team now plans to rescue prehistoric beasts, the life after the dinosaurs. From famous prehistoric cats and elephants to giant whales and sharks, the Team will venture through a time when mammals took over the world.
- New Dawn: After a long six-month break from the journey through prehistoric life, the team starts the adventure once again and travels back to prehistoric Germany in the Early Eocene to rescue a tiny, furry, shrew-like animal and a bizarre beast related to whales while tussling with the top predators of the Early Eocene: the birds.
- Big Blue Killer Whale: Returning to the dangers of the waters once again, the group heads back in time to the Late Eocene seas of Africa to bring back a predatory whale.
- The Big, the Small, the Bad, & the Ugly: Going back to prehistoric North America, the team works to bring back the weird wildlife of Oligocene North Dakota before going forward 2 million years to return to Mongolia and rescue the largest terrestrial mammal that has ever walked the Earth.
- Into the Mega Jaws of Death: In their final adventure to the dangers of the waters, the team travels back to the Miocene seas of Puru to rescue a 75-foot-long shark.
- The Walking Ape: Going back to Prehistoric Africa, the group goes back in time to the Pliocene to bring back the earliest known ape ancestors of humans.
- Saving the Sabre-Tooth: The team travels back to prehistoric South America of the Early Pleistocene to rescue the most famous prehistoric cat of all time while also trying to bring back a 10-foot-tall killer bird.
- Mammoth's Undertaking Journey: In their next adventure through prehistoric times, the team goes through the time portal back to the end of the Pleistocene during the Ice Age and the end of the prehistoric world to bring back various Ice Age creatures, including the mighty and famous Woolly Mammoth.
Having gone through all the time dimensions for the creatures needed for the park, all the parks members now work to put together the entire zoo to open to the public while also making sure the animals are happy and contained as well as going once again through prehistoric times for any additional creatures.
- Welcome: The entire staff, crew, and personnel of Prehistoric Earth are finally opening their gates for the whole world to come to see all their prehistoric creatures.
- New Arrivals: A new member of prehistoric Earth suggests the team bring back more creatures.
- Monsters of the Outback: Going back to prehistoric Australia, the team works to bring back the deadliest lizard.
- The Hunt for Giganto: Going back to prehistoric India, the team works to bring back the largest ape of all time.
- The Great Breakout: In this next season, a pack of Aboranychus have let some of the creatures loose, and the entire personnel of Prehistoric Earth race to retrieve them.
Main Creature goals
- Series 1:
- New Safari: Haikouichthys and Anomalocaris
- Eye of the Beast: Cameroceras
- Water Dwellers: Cephalaspis
- Armored Fish: Hynerpeton and Dunkleosteus
- Arthropods of the Swamp: Megarachne, Petrolacosaurus, Meganeura, Arthropleura and Pulmonoscorpius
- Sail Backs: Dimetrodon
- Monsters of the Desert: Scutosaurus, Inostrancevia, Diictodon and Rhinesuchus
- Dawn of the Mesozoic: Lystrosaurus and Euparkeria
- Series 2:
- New Blood: Coelophysis, Plateosaurus and Liliensternus
- Time of Giants: Diplodocus and Allosaurus
- Cruel Seas: Ophthalmosaurus and Liopleurodon
- Clash of the Titans: Argentinosaurus, Giganotosaurus and Ornithocheirus
- Dinobirds: Microraptor
- Spirits of the Ice Forest: Leaellynasaura.
- Battle of the Alphas: Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus
- The Giant Claw: Therizinosaurus
- Super Croc: Deinosuchus
- Death of a Dynasty: Tylosaurus and Tyrannosaurus
- Series 3: