The Pink-footed Goose, a North Atlantic species which occasionally vagrates from its European breeding range to the Northeastern coastal states, has never been seen in Texas or Colorado as shown in the film.
A Great Gray Owl is shown as being found in Virginia. A species of the Northern boreal forest, this raptor is mainly distributed in Canada and Alaska. It only typically ventures into the contiguous United States in the Northern Rocky Mountains and has never been found in Virginia.
From their location on the Oregon Coast, Fuchs recommends a hotel on Highway 101, half way to Mount Shasta. Highway 101 runs along the California Coast. Mount Shasta is in the middle of Northern California, on Interstate Five.
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Stu Preissler: [Sitting in a bar]
Bostick saw snowcocks.
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Extended Cut?
The Extended Cut, which was released as a Blu-ray exclusive, features "the NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN EXTENDED Version of the Film with OUTRAGEOUS ADDITIONAL FOOTAGE Not shown in Theaters!" - according to the marketing department. Back to earth: The Extended Cut runs approx. 3 minutes longer than the Theatrical Version and features solely scene extensions that are rather pointless. Nonetheless one can find a detailed comparison between both versions with pictures over here.In addition, much of the voice over done in the theatrical version done by Jack Black is done, with some extended dialogue, by John Cleese.