When Merrick removes his team jacket at the end of the episode, you can see Max and Alyssa are still wearing theirs, despite having taken them off first.
When the sky clears up and it stops raining, the Rangers are suddenly completely dry.
Zen-Aku's horn somehow mysteriously grew back, despite the fact this is impossible for an Org (the script for the episode lists he was indeed supposed to appear without a horn, but they merely forgot to remove it during filming).
Despite Merrick helping Cole wield the Jungle Sword, the first shot of it powering up didn't feature him.
Baby Cole Evans' tombstone was now missing, with those of his parents now closer together (considering they were merely markers, with no bodies buried, it's not much of a problem. Though this makes clear Cole has come public with his identity). Similiarly, Viktor Adler's tombstone, previously stolen and used to make an Org, is back (not an identical one, since it even has the same CRACKS in it!).
When Master Org smashes the ground in order to bring the Animarium down, the footage of the ground opening up is recycled footage from when Rita Repulsa would make her monsters grow in season 1 of Mighty Morphin.
In the episode of "Monitoring Earth", Princess Shayla fell into a deep sleep when Animus took all the Wild Zords from the Animaria. But in this episode, Master Org destroys all of the Wild Zords including Animus and the Soul Bird. So shouldn't have Princess Shayla fell back to sleep or died?
After the Kongazord is destroyed and the Animal Crystals are destroyed, Danny is looking at the Crystal shards that blew up in his face and cries out "Rhino! Armadillo!" despite the fact that only the Rhino Crystal blew up in his face and the Armadilo blew up in Alyssa's.
When Merrick is crying over the loss of his Wild Zords, he mistakely refers to the Hammerhead Shark Zord as just the Shark Zord.
The Rangers were surprised to see Master Org growing through his own power, despite having seen Zen-Aku also growing without aid in "Unfinished Business".
The Animarium was far too small when it struck giant Master Org.
As the Lion is destroyed, it makes the sound of the Deer, not the usual roar.
When the Ranger's animal crystals start to glow just after the Falcon is destroyed, Max holds up the Polar Bear crystal (which gleamed in the colour of the Giraffe), but neither of the Bears belong to him.
As the Falcon was destroyed, it was in the process of transforming for the Isis Megazord, but the Rangers had not called for any combination at this point. Indeed, there weren't even any other Wild Zords nearby that the Falcon could combine with.
When Merrick was hit out of his zord by Master Org he hit the ground and his morpher and crystals dissapeared, but in the very next scene when Merrick was holding Kite he was wearing his morpher again.
In previous episodes, the Jungle Blaster had always fired a single ball of energy but in this episode it instead fired a beam.
Why did Taylor think that Jindrax and Toxica had set the Rangers up? They did warn that the pillars might be guarded.
Considering that she and Jindrax were there to offer help to the Rangers, why did Toxica attack them at the start?
Nayzor is seen in his original form, not the "Super" form seen in "Wings of Animaria"
When attacking the Rangers in the valley, Toxica's staff is entirely different than in all other scenes.
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