I dont find tim anoying in the books and neither kids in the movies as i was a kid when i watched the films and can confirm its actualy realistic depiction. Lex in the novel however, I dont know if theirs another character in jurassic media i wanted to get ripped into peices by a t-rex.
Yes but the difference is the movies didnt make lex and tim the most anoying things in the universe. I like the books i just think the movies are better.
The films have better endings. The jurassic park movie ending is unexpected clever and awesome, The books ending feels like a side quest which may have been intresting in the middle of the book but shouldnt have been the finale.
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@Concaventor Wrangler you their?
Also in the jwsd wiki i ended the human dinosaur hybrids.
As i said joke. Your doing a good job watching movies.
Dont worry its a joke. Also if your trying to send a picture i dont see anything.
Oh well its comforting to no a semi aquatic creatures weakeness is fire.
Very good design.
Focusing on ingens team on sorna trying to get out.
I would go with;
Dr dolittle; not realy a fan of the seires but he's the smart choice
Darth plaugeis; so i dont have to worry about dying
Barnum brown; so he can learn new things about dinosaurs
That girl from the terrible dinosaur island film; so we know more stuff.
Beleive me they may seem nice in the movies but a sexualy fustrated brachi would be a nightmare and far worse that the rex indominus or spino.
I think this peroid where dinosaurs live in the wild should be called the " neo jurassic era "
As preivously stated the marks are to small to be a spino. As preivously stated we know baryonyx another spinosaurid with claws as its primary weapon was in the area.
To quote jurrassic pedia
"The only known specimen of Teratophoneus was found having died of an apparent territorial clash. Its cause of death appears to have been internal separation of the cervical vertebrae and severing of the spinal cord, caused when its skull was twisted at least one hundred eighty degrees with respect to its shoulders. Large, three-fingered claw marks could be seen on its neck. These attack patterns are similar to those known from Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, though a smaller spinosaurid may have been the animal responsible."
Its almost certainly a smaller spinosaurid like irritator or how about the baryonyx the spinosaurid we know was close to the bunker?