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Prehistoric fiction is a literary genre in which the story is set in the period of time prior to the existence of written record, known as prehistory. As a fictional genre, the realistic description of the subject varies, not there being necessarily a commitment to develop an objective anthpological account.

List of prehistoric fiction

Film

List_of_historical_drama_films#Films_set_in_prehistory

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