I found this on google and found this pretty funny for some reason but it's true
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It's not that simple, is it? This is about the book, by the way. In the book, Wu says that with computers, they rapidly fill in the DNA gaps. But my question is how do they convert the DNA into an embryo?
Illogical for the tyrannosaurus to have so much screen time give it to the other dinosaurs
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7 more days!
It's been a good while since I last did this so I figured I'd share another batch six months after the first; most of the screenshots depict modded content in some capacity. For the sake of decency, I must also provide a warning that one modded screenshot reflects a potential Dominion spoiler (nothing extremely drastic, just a creature design), so viewer discretion is advised in that regard.
Either way, enjoy:
(an attempt to add a chibi toy concept art-based Giganotosaurus to the game, marred by the skin not coming out right)
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First to clear things up I know the animal did not make it to the end of the film.
First in the scene we see that the pressure applied to the carno's neck did not change. we also see that nothing in the neck got punctured or broken as the neck is still intact and firm as it hits the ground. while being pinned to the ground it is still trying to get free but stops all of a sudden that is where people forget a few things about land vertebrate biology if enough pressure is applied to the neck a animal will faint from lack of oxygen to the brain but is not fatal if it can get oxygen in time but it still will remain knocked out as seen before going back to the humans. We have seen other animals and other animals survive being pinned or trampled by large animals in the films like lex, tim, ian, rexy and blue to name a few. So just because an animal stops moving does not mean it is dead.
This is the second in-universe and canon namedrop for the Tyrannosaurus rex on Nublar (after The Evolution of Claire).
Side note, the model looks good to me, but in that lighting I couldn't see the scars.
Basically, What rating do u think it would have been, and would it have been successful? I think It would have been rated R and not as successful
You may have heard clever girl right
But have you heard clever boy
Mine has to be stegosaurus - i've loved them since i was a kid
But in the franchise, it's probably indoraptor.
Alright so I do feel like I’m going to talk about this, because it’s getting on my nerves. So I keep hearing that all dinosaurs realistically will be captured by 2022. Well the truth is my friend, you are right, if your talking about real life dinosaurs, not the clones. The main problem with this argument is that their missing why invasive species are so hard to catch. They mature very fast, this is overlooked. More on that later. life dinosaurs reach maturity at different ages. We will look at large dinosaurs for the example. Let’s take for example, a sauropod, to be specific Apatosaurus.
As you can see it takes around 15 years to reach adulthood, however it can be inaccurate and it might take longer. How about another?
Not the best, but you can see how long does it take to grow to adult. A real life Rex takes around 18-20 years to reach adulthood, around the same time humans also reach adulthood. Now this is only large dinosaurs. Smaller dinosaurs likely matured faster. But we aren’t going further in depth for later. Let’s take a look at Ingen clones.
So it’s confirmed Ingen clones grow very fast and reach adulthood very quickly, in order to be attractions in the park. Take for example Rexy:
Rexy was born in 1988 and was already fully grown in 1993. She was 5 years old. Rexy reaches maturity around 4 times faster than a real life Rex. Well of course there’s one Rex so it would be easier to catch. Let’s look at a better example.
JW Ankylosaurus, to be specific Bumpy. Bumpy literally grew in size very fast likely in a matter of days. Bumpy is likely going to reach sub adult by season 2, which will likely take place probably days to even a week after season 1, or at least I estimate.
You can say the same thing for sauropods as well, they don’t take 15 years to reach adulthood like their real life counterparts or at least for Apatosaurus. Now let’s go to real world and see why invasive species are so hard to get out of the ecosystem. Burmese Python is a good example:
Burmese Pythons are common for one reason, breeding. They reach sexual maturity at age 3-4 yes that quick. However I heard one source say 18 months, however could be inaccurate. And they lay a lot of eggs. Now, most won’t reach fully grown but till this day, they are widespread, it took a little bit. However, we really have no idea how much were released when they first escaped. So it’s a bit challenging. But let’s take for example, an elephant, the reason why we will be able to capture them all before they can reach a population of a hundred depending how many, is because they mature at a slower rate and they have very long pregnancies, we are talking about 22 months for African Bush Elephants.
Dinosaurs likely didn’t have gestation periods that long, well at least Ingen. Real life dinosaurs take around 3-6 months to hatch from their eggs, which is long. Ingen clones likely took a much shorter time to hatch from eggs. If you don’t believe me then we can look at Isla Sorna and Isla Nublar. That’s why their are so many dinosaurs, because of their fast maturity and because they were probably enough for both genders, and no competition. We don’t know if there are enough males and females, but it’s likely yes their is enough. As you can see, there’s already more dinosaurs than before, or something like that. If we are talking about real life dinosaurs, there wouldn’t be really any change of number of adult theropods.
For example, Allosaurus. Those juvenile clones were likely born after the fall of Jurassic World, possibly like months or even a year before FK took place. And they reached maturity by 2019. If one juvenile Allosaurus reached maturity, then you can expect all the juveniles we’ve seen to reach adulthood as well. Isla Sorna for example. We don’t know how many Corythosaurus were clones, but as we know there’s a lot. This can be due to the same thing. And this is course excluding dinosaurs breeding early, it’s very likely rare too.
Now, this is only including the large dinosaurs. Since smaller dinosaurs likely had shorter lifespans, they would mature much faster. Of course there’s more I want to add, but I’ll add them later.
Rangers in jeeps in JWE trying to tranq dinosaurs in a nutshell.
It's funny how doing a fossils event in science olympiad i absolutely despised dinosaurs, but just a few months after quitting i'm now obsessed with them