I'm not a robotics expert, but if I saw any of these animatronics strumming a banjo at a kid's arcade, I would fully expect to get e.coli from the pizza there. Despite using "cutting edge technology," the animals are about six tiers below the Hall Of Presidents in terms of realism. Still, Spy In The Wild is careful to point out the subtle differences between a real wild dog and what looks like a child's hurried depiction of one. Nothing will make you feel closer to a stroke than hearing the narrator say, "This is spy-pup, the only give-away is the camera in his eye" while looking at this broken toy from a mall kiosk:
If you press down on its head, it does a backflip to Christmas music.
But hands-down the most egregious example is probably the crocodile that "moves with the sinuous motion of a real crocodile" and not at all like a kitten trying to escape a sleeping bag.
A drunk kitten.