Andy Nicholson posted this on his Instagram and I thought you'd all like to see it.
It shows footage of Allosaurus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Carnotaurus (with really long horns), and what looks like Suchomimus. However, this appears to be early footage generated by Proof which was then given to ILM, who replaced the models for the final cut in post-production, so some of these may not have made it into the actual film.
But it's cool to see this nonetheless.Read more >
This is my opinion on the matter. By no means am I claiming this theory is fact or that you have to abide by it.
The issue: Corythosaurus was claimed to have been cloned illegally in 1999 by the Dinosaur Protection Group, but the InGen hunters in had info sheets on the species, meaning they were intending to look for this animal on the island. How would InGen know about the animal if they hadn't cloned it yet?
My theory is that Corythosaurus had been cloned prior. On InGen's list, Corythosaurus DNA is shown to be at 97% completion. It's not 100%, but this doesn't need to be the case. If you look at the clean-up list in this report on the DPG website, you'll find Herrerasaurus was active on Isla Nublar with only 60% DNA completion. This indicates I…Read more >
Heya, folks, I made a video going over "canon" in the Jurassic Park franchise and I wanted to share it here with everyone as well. I tried to keep it fairly brief and simple.
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When I first saw that chart in the video, I thought, "Holy shite! That is a 50-foot-tall Indominus rex! That's not right at all." But after actually looking at the chart and the measurements, I realized it isn't so bad.
Jeanie: 5 ft 4 in
Blue: 6 ft 1 in
Indominus: 17 ft
T. rex: 13 ft 1 in
Baby Stegosaurus: 5 ft 5 in
Blue's height is contradicted in Fallen Kingdom where she's recorded at 5-feet-6-inches, which is the same as on the JW size poster. It matches the 6 feet from the JW website, though. Lengths:
Jeanie: 13 ft 2 in
Blue: 15 ft 3 in
Indominus: 42 ft 6 in
T. rex: 41 ft 4 in
Baby Stegosaurus: 10 ft
What threw me off was the size of the T. rex. I was assuming she'd be 16-17 feet like every piece of official information has affirmed since the birth o…
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