Changing Nature

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    All good things must come to an end, and the reign of the dinosaurs is nearly over. A comet is heading for the planet, and the Sinclair family gather to meet their end.

    By reillyd, Dec 26, 2010

    All good things must come to an end, and the reign of the dinosaurs is nearly over. A comet is heading for the planet, and the Sinclair family gather to meet their end.



    This is a heartfelt, tearful ending that really isn't appropriate for all fans. Though the season finale, during the original TV run several episodes were aired afterwards. So if you wanted to, you could view it as a "what-if" that never happened, and keep watching.





    Sadly though, it does spell the end of the series, and the Sinclair family we've come to know and love. Good bye dinosaurs!moreless

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    A sad end to the Dinosaurs

    By lightning_kf, Dec 26, 2010

    There is a message in this episode: don't abuse nature. If you do, prepare to face the consequences. Which is exactly what happened to millions of Dinosaurs all over the world.



    A bunch of insects called the Bunch Beetles were to make their annual flight through the sky and eat poppies. However, only one beetle survived while millions more will killed by We-Say-So, who built a factory over their breeding ground. That started a chain events which led to the demise of a once dominate species.



    Earl's speech to his family was very touching. And that's where the lesson comes in. It was really sad to know that dinosaurs would not live to see another day. So it was appropriate for Howard to end it with a sad farewell.



    A really tragic end indeed.moreless

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    Happy Trails to you...

    By Bysmerian, May 03, 2006

    Okay, this is what really had to happen. The entire story is the dinosaurs being foolish, abusing themselves and the world, and this is what finally comes to them, naturally, brought wholly upon themselves. I'm sorry it had to end this way, but ultimately, it gives everything else a gravitas, and is a certain foreboding warning--even if the Dinosaurs are stupid to the point of hyperbole.



    It had to happen. It was only a matter of time.

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