Goofs from Frozen II
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- The leaf shown over the title logo is a sugar maple leaf (acer saccharum), found in North America. Norway does have maple trees (acer platanoides) but the leaves look different and are only found in the South of the country, not the far North.
- The trees around Arendelle shown in Frozen (2013) are mostly evergreens with some birch. The enchanted forest is "North, as far as you can go" but is almost exclusively deciduous trees with lots of silver birch (betula pendula), those types of trees become less common at higher latitudes, not more common.
- Anna growls while acting out 'villain' when playing Charades, but the whole point of the game is to portray the word or phrase silently.
- When Anna and Elsa penetrate the fog that shrouds the enchanted forest, they encounter the native inhabitants as well as the Arendelle guard contingent left behind when the fog cut the forest off from the outside world. The guards originally followed Anna and Elsa's grandfather and father on their official tour to the forest, way before they were born but the guard commander instantly recognises them when they explain that they are from Arendelle.
- After Anna's song, "The Next Right Thing," she stands up and put a bag over her shoulder. The strap of the bag lays over top of her hair, which is hanging loose. The "camera" spins around Anna, and when it returns, the strap is underneath her hair, making it appear as if the bag has gone through the hair.