80 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period, a young Tarbosaurus named Speckles, for his unique birthmark, lives and hunts with his older juvenile brother and sisters and his mother. Speckles is left alone after a rogue, scarfaced Tyrannosaurus named One-Eye causes a stampede which kills Speckles family in order to usurp their territory. 4 years later, Speckles has barely survived on his own by scavenging and raiding nests. One day while attempting to steal meat from One-Eye, Speckles encounters a female Tarbosaurus named “Blue-Eyes” and the pair learn to hunt and survive together. Over the years, Speckles and Blue-Eyes attempt to maintain a hunting territory away from One-Eye. Eventually, however, One-Eye discovers their hunting grounds and again attempts to usurp their territory. Speckles fights and eventually defeats his old nemesis. After defeating One-Eye, Speckles and Blue-Eyes reclaims Speckle’s family’s old nest and hunting grounds. Now a mature adult pair with young, the family is happy until forced to flee from their territory by a volcanic eruption. Speckles becomes the de-facto alpha of a large migratory herd of dinosaurs fleeing the natural disaster. During the arduous journey one of the children dies and Blue-Eyes is badly wounded. Seeing this, a pack of Velociraptors attacks the Tarbosaurus family, and though Speckles bravely tries to hold them off, Blue-Eyes dies from her wound. Eventually the herd arrives at a new, fertile area in which to settle. However, Speckles once again encounters One-Eye who had been driven out by the same natural disaster. As before, One-Eye causes the herbivores to stampede in order to ambush the Tarbosauruses. One of the children is killed and the last, Speckles Jr. who shares his father’s birth mark, is pushed over a cliff into the ocean. Speckles dives into the sea to save his last surviving child, pursued by One-Eye. One Eye is eaten by a Tylosaurus and Speckles reaches Speckles Jr. and returns him safely to shore.
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