Top Ten Things We Have Learned from the Jurassic Park / World Movie Series
The Top Ten
Jurassic park is pretty much A. Dinosaur zoo, and it never goes well, they break out and eat people. But they aren't monsters, they are just animals getting food and defending themselves. - RustyNail
I hope if dinosaurs are ever cloned in real life they NEVER EVER do this. It will go terribly. - SammySpore
It took 3 solid movies for the bad guys to find out that it was a bad idea
In my opinion, this is one of the stupidest ideas scientists have made. It's already bad enough to have a T. Rex get out of control on an ISLAND and I think it's even dumber to make a much more strong and cunning version of the T. Rex (the Indominus Rex). Time and time again I just wonder how long will it take for scientists to learn their lesson before 60 people get eaten alive?
If you watch Jurassic world, the Indominius rex is made up of all sorts of animals and dinosaurs. Including raptors and t-rex. - RustyNail
Well yes, Spinosaurus could beat T. Rex, but T. Rex could also beat Spinosaurus. The fight could go either way.
This is debatable, spino is thought to eat fish. Look it up. And the rex and spino battle could go anyway. - RustyNail
This isn't true. Yes, they are smarter than most dinosaurs, but they are dumber than ostriches, the dumbest bird. They are NOT smarter than dolphins, whales, or primates.
The velociraptors weren't that big though, they were actually a little bit bigger than a chicken. The raptors in the film were modeled after the Deinonichus. But were smart. - RustyNail
Wouldn't it be worse to have one on the mainland because dinosaurs could escape and people couldn't track them down. Or they could destroy a town. - SammySpore
Just don't haven oe in general. - AnonymousChick
Watch Jurassic world, it is all about killing. It kills people, and other and all dinosaurs, FOR SPORT. And is a EXTREMELY EXTREMELY SMART. - RustyNail
This should be #1. NO MOVIE IS COMPLETELY SCIENTIFICALLY ACURATE!
In the first Jurassic Park movie Dr Alan Grant showed his love for dinosaurs "They're not monsters, they're animals". But after being attacked by them he goes on to call them monsters in Jurassic Park 3.
I want a pet raptor... Yes... Yes I do.