Top 10 Scientific Inaccuracies In Jurassic Park....!

About 20 results out of 81216 (0.23 seconds)

Channel Title :

Views : 1593084

Likes : 15667

DisLikes : 2842

Published Date : 2018-06-21T14:30:01.000Z

Top 10 Scientific Inaccuracies in Jurassic Park Subscribe: and also Ring the Bell to get notified // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! Probably should have "spared no expense" on the research budget. From the velociraptors' size, to the T-Rex's vision, to the lifting strength of pteranodons, the Jurassic Park franchise definitely prioritizes science fiction over science fact. WatchMojo ranks the top scientific inaccuracies in Jurassic Park. Watch more great dino-related content here: Top 5 Myths About Dinosaurs - Top 10 Jurassic Park Franchise Moments - Top 5 Disgusting Dinosaur Facts - Check out the voting page for this list and add your picks: Special thanks to our user MattW128 for suggesting this idea! List rank and entries: #10. Most of the Dinosaurs Aren't from the Jurassic Period #9. Where Did the Extinct Plants Come From? #8. Pteranodons Couldn't Lift People #7. T-Rex's Motion Vision #6. Everything About the Brachiosaurus Scenes #5. Spinosaurus vs. TRex #4. The Mosasaurus #3, #2, #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: Check our our other channels! WatchMojo's Social Media Pages Get WatchMojo merchandise at WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

Channel Title : TREY the Explainer

Views : 480114

Likes : 6627

DisLikes : 1167

Published Date : 2015-02-09T20:59:33.000Z

"Science!" (Gif) belongs to Kelsey McMeins ( "turkey-rex XD" by nebezial ( "turkeys are attackiiing!!! rapturkeys" by nebezial ( "The early dinosaur, Eoraptor" by C.M. Kosemen ( "theropod-frog hybrids" by C.M. Kosemen ( "Dinosaurs had Feathers Get Over it!" by Chris Masna of Rob Bakker "Velociraptor" by Michael Skrepnick If you are the owner of any copyrighted images in this video please contact me to give you credit. Intro Song: Pocket God Update Song Footage taken from: -March of the Dinosaurs -Jurassic Park 10,000 subs! Thank you so much! To celebrate: This month is Jurassic Park Month! Where I talk about the scientific accuraciesand inaccuracies in the Jurassic Park Series. Could we ever resurrect dinosaurs? Is Jurassic Park possible? Did T. rex have feathers? Find out in this episode! Sources: - - - - - - - -

Channel Title : The Dinosaur Show

Views : 30344

Likes : 466

DisLikes : 62

Published Date : 2015-06-15T00:43:06.000Z

The dinosaurs in the movie Jurassic World looked great, but how realistic are they? In this Top 10 dinosaur rundown we rank the scientific accuracy of the dinosaurs—and pterosaurs and mosasaur—depicted in Jurassic World. My name is Dustin Growick and I LOVE DINOSAURS! Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: Facebook: Amazing dino swag courtesy of | Twitter/Facebook/Instagram: @JurassicFanGear The Dinosaur Show is Written and Hosted by: Dustin Growick The Dinosaur Show is Produced, Shot and Edited: Zaza Weissgerber Animals featured: mosasaur, pteranodon, dimorphodon, velociraptor, Tyrannosaurus rex, stegosaurus, apatasaurus, triceratops, gallimimus, ankylosaur, Indominus rex, crow (corvu) *Jurassic World logo courtesy Universal Pictures *Dinosaurs courtesy Universal Pictures - Other great dino videos: It's Okay to Be Smart—Did Dinosaurs Really Go Extinct? | SciShow—Will We Ever Run Out of Dinosaurs? | Dinologue—The Jurassic Park Question | #JurassicWorld #JurassicPark #dinosaurs #trex #IndominusRex #dinosaur

Channel Title : DrexPlanations

Views : 195

Likes : 15

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2018-06-22T19:09:55.000Z

With Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom entering theaters, I wanted to do a video looking back on the whole Jurassic Park franchise with an eye toward scientific inaccuracies in the series. Some of this has been really well-documented already, some of it is nit-picky, some of it is places where I think the movies could have easily done better but clearly chose not to. I'll cover everything from anatomical details they get wrong with individual genera as well as things like how they portray dinosaur dig sites and the science behind cloning extinct animals as well. Got a question about science, math, or economics? Let me know and I might do a Drexplanations on it! Edit: the tetrapod phylogeny family tree that I show at 7:07 turns out to be incorrect and from a widely discredited blog. My bad! Should have double-checked it before editing it in.

Channel Title : NowThis Nerd

Views : 19928

Likes : 577

DisLikes : 65

Published Date : 2018-06-19T19:59:59.000Z

We’ve learned a lot about dinosaurs since the first ‘Jurassic Park,’ but ‘Jurassic World’ keeps making the same mistakes, and Moose will tell you why. » Subscribe to NowThis Nerd: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the fifth entry in the Jurassic Park franchise, and since the first movie by Steven Spielberg debuted 25 years ago, there are still plenty of errors in the dinosaur science when it comes to the dinosaurs of Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom. From the first Jurassic World 2 trailer and Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailer, we saw plenty of new dinosaurs along with classics like the tyrannosaurus rex and velociraptor. But the t-rex and raptor we see in the film lack one important evolutionary component: feathers. From Jurassic Park to The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3, the dinosaurs haven’t been updated to reflect everything we’ve learned about dinosaurs since, and judging from the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom clip we’ve seen so far, the new movie makes no attempt to address the inaccuracies. That means we’ll be seeing Chris Pratt and Jeff Goldblum dealing with dinosaurs that aren’t accurate by the standards of modern science, but does it make for a better movie? We’ll find out! Get more from NowThis Nerd: » Like Us: » Tweet Us: » Follow Us: Get more from NowThis News: » Subscribe to NowThis: » Like us on Facebook: » Tweet us on Twitter: » Follow us on Instagram: » Find us on Snapchat Discover: NowThis Nerd is your one stop shop for everything from movies and TV to games and comics. We’re committed to fueling the conversation about the nerd world and nerd culture. Join us every week as we geek out and explore topics such as sci-fi, aliens, monsters, superheroes and villains, comics, Marvel, DC, and so much more.

Channel Title : Top 10 Nerd

Views : 101972

Likes : 1720

DisLikes : 110

Published Date : 2018-06-27T21:30:02.000Z

Top 10 Jurassic World Fan Theories Subscribe To Top 10 Nerd: Hey guys! Welcome back to Top 10 Nerd, I’m Ron McKenzie-Lefurgey. We’ve talked a lot about the Jurassic World franchise recently, and it’s been fun going outside of comic books for a bit. But one thing that we here at Top 10 Nerd love to do is talk fan theories. And Jurassic World has quite a few really cool ones. Now, of course, Fallen Kingdom just came out, so we don’t really have too many theories about that quite yet. But there are a bunch of neat Theories surrounding the franchise as a whole that is actually pretty darn interesting. So let’s talk about them, from the totally believable, to the laughably ridiculous. It should be pretty much spoiler-free for the new film, but if there is one, I’ll warn ya. If you finish this and want more, check out our video on the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Easter Eggs next! But first, get ready, it’s time for the Top 10 Fan Theories About Jurassic World! More Top 10 Nerd Videos: For business inquiries please contact Channel Producer: Landon: Hosted By: Ron: Twitter: Youtube: Edited By: Ryan Wazonek

Channel Title : Slate

Views : 4140

Likes : 45

DisLikes : 4

Published Date : 2015-06-29T16:11:56.000Z

I loved Jurassic Park when it came out. Then I saw it again in the theater two years later, and I found out I still loved it. And in fact even today I still love that movie. And that’s despite the science in it, which is just awful. When it comes to science in a movie, I just want it to be consistent, even if it’s based on something not terribly accurate. I accept the idea of genetically resurrecting dinosaurs because holy cow there’s a Tyrannosaurus Rex running across the screen! But, that doesn’t mean I can’t take a look at the science and dissect it. And when you do, you find out it has more holes in it than the DNA you can extract from a mosquito’s belly.

Channel Title : Nature's Compendium

Views : 138986

Likes : 2090

DisLikes : 118

Published Date : 2018-01-18T05:20:13.000Z

#Jurassicworld2 #Jurassicworldfallenkingdom #Carnotaurus Hey guys! With the upcoming Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom film coming this year, I decided to start a new series where we will examine the newer creatures coming to the films and seeing how scientifically accurate they are! Also for my fellow Prehistoric Kingdom fans, Carnotaurus will officially be in-game as an early access animal, meaning it will be one of the first 50 animals available at launch! Preorder Prehistoric Kingdom: ► Join the Prehistoric Kingdom Discord: ► Here's a blank template you guys can use to design your own skins! All Copyrighted Images belong to their respected owners, links to artists can be found here: Artwork done by Jacob Baardse: ► ► ► ► ► Artwork done by Fred Wierum ► ► ► Special thanks to Luigi Gaskell ► Skeletal: Raging Meat Bull by Qilong ( Skulls: Images from Wikipedia - Skull 1 by Ghedoghedo ( Skull 2 -Skull cast, Dinosaur Discovery Museum, Kenosha, Wisconsin ( Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Carnotaurus ( ( ( To learn more about Carnotaurus, here's a link to Trey the Explainer's video from 2015 along with supplemental source material: ► Resources ► ► ► All copyrighted footage and images in this video are protected under FAIR USE for reasons of Commentary, Education, Criticism, Parody, and Social Satire. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Educational use tips the balance in favor of fair use. This means, copyrighted images can be displayed, even without the owner’s permission. If I neglected to give the copyright owners credit, please inform me and I will give you the appropriate credit. All video/game/image/music content is recorded and edited under fair use rights for reasons of commentary, education, and social satire. ► ► ► All music used was from Byron McKay of the Prehistoric Kingdom team! His soundcloud is linked below so show him so love guys! ► #Jurassicworld2 #Jurassicworldfallenkingdom #Carnotaurus

Channel Title : Science Insider

Views : 87580

Likes : 718

DisLikes : 376

Published Date : 2018-06-22T14:40:46.000Z

Did you know that dinosaurs didn't roar? Because dinosaurs are related to birds, it's far more likely their voice boxes made a chirping noise rather than a deep sound like a lion. Here are five facts "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" got wrong about dinosaurs. See more from Steve Brusatte: Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physiology, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: Science Insider on Facebook: Science Insider on Instagram: Business Insider on Twitter: Tech Insider on Twitter:

Channel Title : DangerVille

Views : 169634

Likes : 3042

DisLikes : 201

Published Date : 2018-01-31T16:18:41.000Z

Jurassic Park brought millions of people around the world to fall in love with Dinosaurs, but they wrong about some key aspects regarding the Dilophosaurus. With Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom nearing release, we want to take you on a ride looking over the Dinosaurs brought to life by Ingen and the makers of Jurassic Park, and see how they stack up to the real thing! For more news on Shadow Of War, the MonsterVerse, Jurassic World and MORE, subscribe to us at DangerVille and become a resident TODAY to keep up to date! Facebook - Alastairs Twitter - Jacob's Twitter - Music Credit: music by : Instagram :

Channel Title : Movie House

Views : 1953505

Likes : 8304

DisLikes : 2165

Published Date : 2016-03-31T14:51:44.000Z

This video is only for entertainment purpose, with no intention of offence. 20 Mistakes of THE AVENGERS You Didn't Notice ▶ 70 Easter Eggs of BIG HERO 6 You Didn't Notice ▶ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hey Movie Freaks! Movie House is all about movies, we make Movie Mistakes, Facts & many more. Subscribe us to keep yourself updated about our latest Videos➧ ▶ BECOME A MOVIE FREAK! - Social ● Facebook - ● Twitter - ● Instagram - ● Google+ - ✔ Shirt Store - ✔ I survive Jurassic World T-shirt (featured) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ♫ Featured MUSIC (Royalty Free)- ▶ Disfigure - Blank [NCS Release] ▶ Eric Rodriguez - X ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks For Watching Are you actually reading this? *comment* KEEP CALM AND CALL BLUE

Channel Title :

Views : 116436

Likes : 2336

DisLikes : 103

Published Date : 2018-07-14T01:00:00.000Z

Don't forget to check out our new SCIENCE channel Unveiled: What If Jurassic World Was Real? Subscribe: and also Ring the Bell to get notified // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! “Jurassic World” made us wish dinosaurs were still roaming the earth while also making us grateful that they went extinct over 66 million years ago. On one hand, few sights would be more awe-inspiring than witnessing a live Brachiosaurus wander by. On the other hand, it’s hard to imagine anything more terrifying than coming face to face with a Velociraptor or Tyrannosaurus rex. If these movies have taught us anything, it’s that cloning dinosaurs and showcasing them in a wildlife park sounds like a promising business venture on paper. In the end, though, playing God would probably come back to bite us… quite literally. So, now’s as good a time as any to seriously ask ourselves, “what if Jurassic World was real?” Check out our other videos of What If the Purge Actually Happened?:, the Top 10 Most Extremely Dangerous Dinosaurs:, and the Top 10 Awesome Dinosaurs You've Never Heard of: Watch on WatchMojo: Check our our other channels! WatchMojo's Social Media Pages Get WatchMojo merchandise at WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

Channel Title : JoBlo Movie Trailers

Views : 63393

Likes : 540

DisLikes : 28

Published Date : 2016-01-20T04:58:29.000Z Top 5 Movie Mistakes - Jurassic Park From disappearing velociraptors, handbags, technological inconsistencies, and more, we look at some movie mistakes that "find a way" inside an otherwise masterful film from Steven Spielberg. Enjoy!

Channel Title : coldcrashpictures

Views : 1765106

Likes : 17275

DisLikes : 5967

Published Date : 2014-02-17T01:37:37.000Z

Next Video: Top 10 Films of 2013! The Cold Crash Pictures logo is courtesy of! Films used: The Devil Wears Prada Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi The Magic School Bus Serenity 2001: A Space Odyssey Gravity Sunshine Armageddon Mission to Mars Event Horizon Blade Titan AE Jurassic Park King Kong (1933) One Million Years BC Jurassic Park III Love & Death King Kong (2005)

Channel Title : TREY the Explainer

Views : 209295

Likes : 3269

DisLikes : 355

Published Date : 2015-02-20T17:56:20.000Z

We continue Jurassic Park Month this week! Today we will examine the stars of the Jurassic Park Series: The velociraptors! *Note the name Scientifically Accurate has been changed to Scientific Sins, due to trademarks Amazing Artwork by: "Dead Velociraptor" (Thumbnail Image) by John Conway ( "Acheroraptor" by Emily Willoughby ( "The Noble Savage" by EWilloughby ( "The Velociraptor Hunting Dance" by EWilloughby ( Footage taken from: -Jurassic Park Sources: - - - - -

Channel Title : Newsy Entertainment

Views : 16943

Likes : 84

DisLikes : 26

Published Date : 2015-06-14T13:48:02.000Z

The "Jurassic Park" reboot has hit theaters and scientists can't stop talking about what the movie's creators got wrong. Follow Christian Bryant: See more at Transcript: You might have already heard this a time or two but sometimes Hollywood ignores science for spectacle and "Jurassic World" is no different. Scientists just can't decide whether that's a bad thing or not. Since the trailer dropped, there have been all sorts of thinkpieces on the inaccuracies in the movie. See that giant fish monster? That's called a Mosasaurus. However, scientists have written it shouldn't be that big, it shouldn't have that frill on it's back and it's not technically considered a dinosaur since it doesn't live on land. Those teeth, though. Those are real. Also, scientists say the Velociraptors are scaled up as well. Those should only weigh about 75 pounds and be about the size of a medium-sized dog. And another thing, paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara tells GQ that dinosaur brains are likely too simple to be trained the way Chris Pratt trains them in the movie. "I would not try the Chris Pratt move there. The whole dinosaur whisperer thing is probably a good way to get yourself eaten," Lacovara said. The inaccuracy that seems to be drawing the most frustration is the lack of feathers. Since the discover that birds are the descendants of dinosaurs, the scientific community agrees that the vast majority of dinosaurs had some kind of feathers somewhere on their body. We can forgive 1993's "Jurassic Park." This theory didn't pop until after that movie was made. A paleontologist writing for CNN is pretty irked by this detail calling it "a huge leap backwards and a bitter disappointment." Jack Horner, the paleontologist that consulted with the film's producers, tried to explain the lack of feathers are about preserving the franchise's continuity. "The 'Jurassic Park' movies are all one story ... With new discoveries, we just kind of have to shelve them if they conflict with the way they look," Horner told Metro. Regardless, not all scientists are upset by the errors. A pair of paleontologists told The Washington Post that the movies made dinosaurs much more popular and put a lot more interest in that area of science. Matthew Mossbrucker, director of the Morrison Natural History Museum, told the Post, "It's true that from what I've seen, the dinosaurs in 'Jurassic World' are not the most accurate. But these are opportunities to have people ask great questions and to educate them — not excuses to throw popcorn at the screen." Sources: Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons GQ Magazine Discovery Universal Pictures CNN Getty Images Metro The Washington Post Image via: Universal Pictures

Channel Title : Uncivilized Elk

Views : 11360

Likes : 957

DisLikes : 76

Published Date : 2018-06-19T19:30:02.000Z

This video is both a critique of Jurassic World from a conceptual perspective as well as an examination of what the movie gets wrong about extinct animals. I would love to see scientifically accurate representations of dinosaurs on the big screen, but I also think rooting the Jurassic film franchise in scientific knowledge would create a more unique, interesting, and enjoyable movie experience. Support me on Patreon at: To catch my livestreams, follow me on Twitch at: For channel news and updates, follow me on Twitter at: Music: "Exit the Premises" - Kevin MacLeod “Money Shot” - No More Heroes 2 Desperate Struggle OST "Hyperfun" - Kevin MacLeod "Royal Banana" - Kevin MacLeod "Zazie" - Kevin MacLeod "Monster Promenade" - Kevin MacLeod “The Upside” - No More Heroes 2 Desperate Struggle OST “Stoned” - Killer7 OST “Blaster Nation” - No More Heroes OST “Hustlin’ ‘n’ Tuslin’ [batucafro mix]” - No More Heroes OST “Disaster for Sale” - No More Heroes OST “Knife Fight” - Night in the Woods OST Jurassic Park Theme / Melodica Cover “Money" - Adventure Time Monster Hunter World Anjanath gameplay footage from Strawfoot. Jurassic World 3D logo from KVK Studios.

Channel Title : CollegeHumor

Views : 11740179

Likes : 110250

DisLikes : 7602

Published Date : 2015-06-26T19:38:41.000Z

SIGN UP FOR DROPOUT: No ads. No censors. Just funny. Join now. Let's just be glad they chose the Jurassic period. See more LIKE us on: FOLLOW us on: FOLLOW us on: Subscribe to our new channel: CH2:

Channel Title : Beyond Science

Views : 121307

Likes : 3422

DisLikes : 76

Published Date : 2017-12-08T17:54:00.000Z

Could the dinasaurs be revived? ➨Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! ❖Support me on Patreon! ►Subscribe for more videos! ►Check out my food channel! ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: Facebook Mike Fan Page: Instagram: Twitter: Snapchat: Mikeychenx Periscope: Mikexingchen ✉ Send stuff to our PO Box! Mike Chen PO Box 610 Middletown, NY 10940 ------------------------ ♩ ♫ SOURCES:

Channel Title : Alltime10s

Views : 4124215

Likes : 43055

DisLikes : 10093

Published Date : 2017-03-22T17:01:07.000Z

We all now Jurassic World took some liberties with its movie monsters, but it turns out your teachers might not have been much more accurate. From the T-Rex’s much maligned arms to the velociraptor’s over-hyped brain power, here are 10 lies about dinosaurs you still believe. Music - Landscapes by George Van Dyk and Jon Isbell Click to Subscribe.. Check out the best of Alltime10s - Where else to find All Time 10s... Facebook: Twitter:

Channel Title :

Views : 156334

Likes : 4126

DisLikes : 122

Published Date : 2017-12-07T01:00:00.000Z

Top 10 Jurassic Park Franchise Moments Subscribe: // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! Ever since the first movie in the franchise, Jurassic Park has brought dinosaurs to life with epic moment after moment showcasing these incredible beings! WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Most Epic Moments from Jurassic Park! But who will take the top spot on our list? Will it be the Raptors in the kitchen, would it be mommy T-rex coming after her young, or the very first appearance of the Tyrannosaurus Rex? Watch to find out! #10. First Seeing the Dinosaurs #9. “Clever Girl” #8. The Long Grass #7. TRex vs. Indominus Rex #6. Spinosaurus Underwater #5. TRex Chase #4. Ellie Works the Switches #3, #2, #1 ? Watch on WatchMojo: Big thanks to Godslayer79, Jordan Brown, Ryan Hill, Andrew A. Dennison, fernando jose calvar, Matthew Cox, and lizzobeth10 for suggesting this idea, and to see how WatchMojo users voted, check out the suggest page here: Our Magazine!! Learn the inner workings of WatchMojo and meet the voices behind the videos, articles by our specialists from gaming, film, tv, anime and more. VIEW INSTANTLY: WatchMojo's Social Media Pages Get WatchMojo merchandise at WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 602163

Likes : 6832

DisLikes : 598

Published Date : 2018-01-01T21:00:02.000Z

10 Jurassic Park References You Missed in Animated Movies! Subscribe to our channel : Jurassic Park is an iconic movie that has spawned multiple sequels, rip-offs, and become a permanent part of pop-culture. Naturally, a number of movies love to emulate some of the more famous scenes and moments from the 1993 Steven Spielberg classic. There have been numerous animated movies to do this as well, including Disney, Pixar, and Dreamworks animation. The T-Rex rear-view mirror scene is a classic moment in the original Jurassic Park and it has been emulated in numerous films including both Toy Story 2 and SpongeBob Squarepants: Sponge Out of Water. The original Shrek features a number film references, but the death of a main character is directly related to a death scene in Jurassic Park. The cup vibration scene was a great precursor to the debut of the T-Rex and many films have emulated this moment. It’s very easy for animated movies to showcase the vibrating circles. In We’re Back A Dinosaur’s Story, we get to see a direct reference to Jurassic Park and its director, Steven Spielberg. Frankenweenie and Rango are both animated movies which recreate the infamous bathroom attack scene from Jurassic Park. The Incredibles draws a lot of inspiration from Jurassic Park for the security and design of the gates on the isolated island. The Good Dinosaur features a battle eerily similar to the final battle in Jurassic Park. In the movie Up, Kevin has a lot of similar moments and sounds to a Velicoraptor. Other films include Rise of the Guardians and Scooby-Doo. Watch to see all the Jurassic Park references you missed! Our Social Media: Our Website

Channel Title :

Views : 23005762

Likes : 73833

DisLikes : 6739

Published Date : 2015-06-11T14:30:00.000Z

If you watch this film, you won't be able to sleep, or get the soundtrack out of your head! Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Jurassic World facts! Click here to subscribe: or visit our channel page here: Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at :) Check us out at, and Special thanks to our users WordToTheWes and Tbliss46 for submitting the idea on our Suggestion Tool at Check out the voting page here, If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at :) Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!

Channel Title : DinosaurBoy

Views : 145

Likes : 20

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2017-03-11T04:20:35.000Z

In this video, we will talk about what is innacurate in Jurassic Park. Follow me on Instagram: Make sure to visit our own new website: Citations Music provided by: Google images were used

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 964647

Likes : 12399

DisLikes : 1152

Published Date : 2018-06-08T15:00:05.000Z

Could there be a lot more to the Jurassic Park movies than just a story about dinosaurs in a park? Subscribe to our channel: The Jurassic Park franchise is so rich in details, characters, and story, fans are bound to dissect so many aspects of it. From the characters to sequels, there have been numerous theories that have popped up over the years. Some of these theories were debunked when Jurassic Park sequels were released while others have been proven to be true or have a lot of evidence associated with them. Come along on a journey to discover these theories and the evidence behind them! The Indominus Rex may have been labeled as the first true hybrid in Jurassic Park, but there may have been another one introduced way back in Jurassic Park 3. How does Claire and her sister connect to another movie franchise? Just match up the characters and plot to get a better sense of where they have come from. Is Jurassic World connected to the MCU? We may have an answer thanks to Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2. The T-rex has survived through multiple films, but does he actually represent a god? Owen had the raptors trained in Jurassic World, but did they actually turn on him for the Indominus Rex or were they just confused? Was a Spinosaurus placed on the island to stop humans from visiting? The connection between The Lost World and Jurassic Park III makes a lot of sense. What famous video game franchise is the whole Jurassic Park franchise connected to? Watch to see all of these theories and several others as you get excited for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Featuring: 1. THE FIRST BIG HYBRID 2. ESCAPING THE VILLAGE 3. A CONNECTION TO THE MCU 4. THE T-REX IS GOD 5. DEDICATED RAPTORS 6. THE SPINOSAURUS SECURITY GUARD 7. A MARIO CONNECTION 8. THE RAPTOR KID 9. A NON-CONNECTION TO WESTWORLD 10. NO DINOSAURS IN JURASSIC PARK Check out these other awesome videos! 5 Insane Conspiracy Theories About The Biggest Movie Franchises 8 Captain Marvel Theories So Crazy They Might Be True Our Social Media: Our Website

Channel Title : Luke Newcomb

Views : 97

Likes : 2

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2017-03-26T07:00:04.000Z

Here, I look at some of the less scientifically accurate parts of Jurassic Park.

Channel Title : FilmCore

Views : 3398324

Likes : 27728

DisLikes : 2321

Published Date : 2018-07-07T15:59:00.000Z

SUPPORT ME on PATREON! - A 3D size comparison of all (most) of the dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park /Jurassic World saga! Yes, even the Indoraptor is in it! Hope you enjoy! :D Jurassic Park Velociraptor, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Spinosaurus, and Brachiosaurus models by: Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Theme Remix by: L'Orchestra Cinematique - Jurassic Park Theme Metal Cover: Might shift my channel to some more of these, as I enjoy making them more than the fight scenes and people seem to like them. Have one planned for a certain big monkey ;) This one, while animated in Blender, was all post processed in Unreal Engine 4. Have been learning it for the last few months as I was using it for a short film. Overall cut my render time by a LOT. Which is blessed. Also looks great too. Rendered in Unreal Engine 4, animated in Blender, edited in Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition.

Channel Title : Vox

Views : 1168525

Likes : 14666

DisLikes : 1255

Published Date : 2015-06-10T17:10:15.000Z

A lot has changed in paleontology since Jurassic Park first came out in 1993. Subscribe to our channel! For more information about this topic: National Geographic: A Velociraptor Without Feathers Isn’t a Velociraptor The Guardian: Siberian dinosaur spreads feathers around the dinosaur tree Science Mag: Earliest dinosaurs may have sported feathers is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: Follow Vox on Twitter: Or on Facebook:

Channel Title :

Views : 422227

Likes : 5615

DisLikes : 519

Published Date : 2018-06-22T19:00:03.000Z

Top 10 Most Extremely Dangerous Dinosaurs Subscribe: and also Ring the Bell to get notified // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! These creatures spelled nothing but doom. From the stegosaurus, to the mapusaurus, to the Utahraptor, we wouldn’t want to come face to face with these baddies. WatchMojo counts down ten EXTREMELY dangerous dinosaurs. Need more prehistoric entertainment? Check out our other videos of the Top 10 Biggest Dinosaurs Ever:, the Top 10 Best Dinosaur Movies:, and the Top 5 Myths About Dinosaurs: #10: Stegosaurus #9: Mapusaurus #8: Utahraptor #7: Carcharodontosaurus #6: Majungasaurus #5: Spinosaurus #4: Ankylosaurus #3, #2 & #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: Special thanks to our users PC Guy, nikith ouseph, Vasco Branco Francisco, Marko L. Hofschneider, and CaptainRed02 for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at Check our our other channels! WatchMojo's Social Media Pages Get WatchMojo merchandise at WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

Channel Title : Top 5 Scary Videos

Views : 3003

Likes : 82

DisLikes : 25

Published Date : 2018-06-25T21:00:03.000Z

5 Hidden Mistakes In Jurassic World Subscribe: Here are a bunch of mistakes that we were able to find in the new movie Jurassic World. These movie mistakes might change how you see Jurassic World from now on. So here are the 5 Hidden Mistakes In Jurassic World. Video Edited By: Theresa Morozovitch:

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 402512

Likes : 4404

DisLikes : 1006

Published Date : 2018-06-25T17:00:03.000Z

The Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movies are a lot of fun, as long as you don't think too hard about them. Subscribe to our channel: The Jurassic Park franchise is one of the greatest in movie history, beloved by fans and dinosaur enthusiasts alike. The first time seeing realistic dinosaurs on screen blew everyone’s minds back in 1993, and they haven’t disappointed since. Despite this, no movie is free of a couple of plot holes, leaving audiences with some serious questions. Questions like: what time period are these creatures actually from, because most of them aren’t actually Jurassic? And how did DNA possibly last for 15 million years? Apparently T-Rex couldn’t actually run that fast, and would have taken at least twenty years to grow to their full size. Velociraptors were less terrifying and more like the turkeys we know today, and Brachiosaurus definitely couldn’t sneeze. Gary and Sattler have too easy of a time digging up bones with their bare hands, and poor Timmy didn’t actually need to climb all the way over that fence he was so afraid of. How high can a T Rex jump, if Dr Grant needed to repel down into its enclosure? And while Dr Grant may be a great scientist, a crack shot he is not. In The Lost World: Jurassic Park, why open a door that you are certain a T Rex is lurking behind, and if it is locked in there, then who ate the crew? Dr. Burke surely could have not overreacted to a snake in his shirt when a T Rex is waiting to eat him. In Jurassic Park III, how did Ellie manage to wrangle both the Navy and the Marines for a private rescue mission? Everyone seems really cool with Pterodactyls, seeing as how they just ate their friend and terrorized them a moment ago. In Jurassic World, why didn’t anyone program safety protocols into the Gyrosphere, and how is it possible to restart a 22 year old Jeep with such ease? There’s a divorce that is never mentioned again, some completely impractical high heels, and Clair’s unspoken sharp-shooter abilities to contend with. Corralling humans into a giant feeding pen is a terrible evacuation procedure. The Indominus Rex can smell humans only when it’s convenient to the plot, and the same can be said for its ability to communicate with other dinosaurs. The movie should have been about Indominus Rex and Blue the raptor, or at least explained how the Mosasaurus hasn’t leapt out of it’s tank and eaten more people. How come no one talks more about how Indominus Rex can camouflage herself, and finally, who in the world would get bored with dinosaurs? Check out these other awesome videos! 10 Jurassic Park Fan Theories So Crazy They Might Be True 25 Things Pixar Does That Disney Would Never Do Our Social Media: Our Website

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 38444

Likes : 941

DisLikes : 47

Published Date : 2018-07-14T20:00:00.000Z

These behind the scenes moments from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom make watching the movie even better! Subscribe to our channel: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom expands the Jurassic Park franchise in all new ways with some crazy moments, epic stories, and a whole lot of different dinosaurs we’ve never seen before. Step behind the scenes to watch the magic happen and learn how so many dinosaurs are brought to life. Early in the film, Claire and Franklin get confronted with a dinosaur who brings some great scares, but it’s much different hearing those screams in person. Chris Pratt is natural at improv and delivers plenty of laughs between takes. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom filmed under a code name that was pretty fitting for the movie and a common practice among other films. See an alternate angle of Chris Pratt’s epic run away from the cloud of lava. A number of animatronic dinosaurs were used for the movie, including the raptor Blue and the massive t-rex. A cut scene showcases a little girl playing with dinosaur toys on the ultimate dinosaur playset. Another cutscene showcases Franklin’s skills as he tinkers with items in the power lab at Jurassic World. The first film’s director has a big influence on the sequel and it can be seen within a lot of behind the scenes footage. Horror movie director J.A. Bayona created a lot of suspense in the movie and did so in a very hands-on way. The gyrosphere was a great element brought back in the movie, and it was used in a whole new way. The filming created even more crazy moments. Watch to see all of these epic behind the scenes moments from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom! Featuring: A LOUD SCREAM A HUMAN BONE ANCIENT FUTURE III A SLOW-MOTION RUN ROBOTIC DINOSAURS PLAYING WITH TOYS CHANGING THE LIGHTBULB COLIN TREVORROW RETURNS BUILDING SUSPENSE The GYROSPHERE COASTER Check out these other awesome videos! 10 Crazy Rules Disney Makes Marvel Studios Follow 10 Movie Moments Where Actors WEREN'T Acting Our Social Media: Our Website

Channel Title : Crazy Nate

Views : 1570903

Likes : 12255

DisLikes : 2696

Published Date : 2016-04-20T16:53:39.000Z

Let's dig up all the Jurassic Park Easter Eggs. There is a lot of awesomeness in Jurassic Park, the foundation of a epic series. So I dive into the movie headfirst and show you a lot of the bloopers, hidden Easter Eggs, and hidden clues. I could show you all of them, but then this video would be longer than the movie. There are so many cool little hidden gotchas in this movie. If you liked this video and it made you smile, please hit that like button. If it didn't make you smile, please DON'T hit that like button, it is like my grade on how I'm doing putting smiles into the world. -----Follow Me ----- twitter @ImCrazyNate Snapchat @ImCrazyNate instagram @ImCrazyNate Fan Mail: Crazy Nate 625 W Deer Valley Rd STE 103-278 Phoenix, AZ 85027 Share a smile today, they are contagious. Also random thought, when I was a kid watching this movie I had a thing for Ariana Richards, the actor who played Lex in Jurassic Park. And today she is still prettier than ever. But I think she is married with a kid :| . Congrats to her though, she did a GREEEEAAAT job in this movie. And her screams from the dinos were so real!

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 2058594

Likes : 22593

DisLikes : 1983

Published Date : 2018-07-04T14:00:06.000Z

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is packed with Easter Eggs and hidden details most viewers probably missed! Subscribe to our channel: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was filled with thrilling moments, huge plot twists, and the introduction to a new dinosaur known as the Indoraptor. Even with all the new content, the film was certainly filled with a lot of references and moments to other Jurassic Park movies and pop-culture together. Now it’s time to recap them all and see some of the tiniest details you may have missed! The brachiosaurus had a huge return to the movie this time around, delivering a couple of key scenes, including one of the saddest scenes in the whole film. Direct references were made to the original Jurassic Park film in the form of flipped over Jeeps, the appearance of the T-Rex, and other small details. The original Jurassic World was not forgotten either as references were made to some key shots and moments well beyond the familiar gyrosphere scene. Once everyone was off the island, the Easter Eggs continued to appear on Lockwood’s giant estate. All of the references were directly connected with the big reveal of the Indoraptor and the traits she shared with raptors from past Jurassic Park movies. Dinosaurs weren’t the only thing referenced either as a goat made an appearance and then was reference in a key death from the movie. There is even a reference to The Lost World: Jurassic Park in the form of Blue’s scene after she was shot was on the island. Watch to see all of these Easter Eggs and moments you totally missed in the movie! Check out these other awesome videos! 10 Actors Who Needed To Be Digitally Edited For Movies 25 Deleted Marvel Scenes You'll Never Get To See Our Social Media: Our Website

Channel Title : Epic Wildlife

Views : 36937

Likes : 654

DisLikes : 36

Published Date : 2018-06-26T01:00:05.000Z

From the mighty T-Rex ... to the cunning and savage Velociraptors … Here are 22 Dinosaurs featured in the Jurassic Park movies Subscribe to Epic Wildlife Let's Connect -- -- -- -- #17 Sinoceratops (JW2) (sin-oh-sare-uh-tops) Ceratopsids comprise a family of dinosaurs that include triceratops. And this specimen was the first such animal discovered in China. It lived more than 70 million years ago, and was a herbivorous beast that weighed more than 2 tons and measured close to 20 feet long. #16 Stygimoloch (JW2) (STIG-ih-moe-lok) Its most notable physical characteristic would be the six spikes that projected from its skull. Experts say those spike may have been used as a form of recognition between the animals, or possibly used to butt heads -- the exact usage still isn’t known. At some 10 feet long, this is a smaller creature on the list … but was really one of the larger members of its family! #15 Carnotaurus (JW2) (KAR-no-torr-us) With a name that translates to ‘meat-eating bull’, you’d expect this critter to be massive. But it was actually a lightly built theropod predator, weighing about 1.5 tons and measuring nearly 30 feet long. Its name was inspired by the bull like horns found over its eyes, something unusual for carnivorous dinos. Experts think the horns could have been used as shock absorbers as the animals rammed each other head-on. #14 Dilophosaurus (JP) (di-LOF-oh-sore-us) This beast is known for the double crests that form on its skull, which has been compared to the crests of the modern day cassowary. It lived around 193 million years ago in North America … and was among the first carnivorous dinos found there. Weighing under 900 pounds and going about 23 feet long, the animal was smaller than some of the theropods that would follow it. In Jurassic Park, it gained some infamy when the filmmakers deliberately diverged from scientific veracity. The movie version depicted it as being able to spit venom (which it couldn’t do), and cut its size down to about 4 feet tall … in order to avoid confusion with the velociraptors, whose appearance was also somewhat fictionalized. #13 Spinosaurus (JP3) Hard to believe this big monster only appeared in Jurassic Park 3 … although some moviegoers wanted their money back after seeing a Spinosaurus kill a T-Rex. More than 49 feet long and weighing an estimated 23 tons (46,000 lbs), they’d be difficult to overlook. Named for its spines, those bony projections extended from the vertebrae and measured more than 5 feet long. Do you think this beast could have really taken out a T-Rex? #12 Apatosaurus (JW, JW2) (ah-PAT-uh-sawr-us) This quadrupedal heavyweight has shown up twice so far in the Jurassic World movies. These long-necked sauropod dinos could measure upwards of 75 feet long and weigh nearly 25 tons (50,000 lbs). And some sources estimate that they could have been much larger than that. #11 Mosasaurus (JW, JW2) (MOE-za-sawr-us) What the first Jurassic Park movie did for Velociraptors, Jurassic World did for these creatures -- make Mosasaurus a household name. They weren’t dinosaurs, but massive marine reptiles that went extinct around 66 million years ago. At some 56 feet long, they were among the largest members of their family, estimated to weigh around 30,000 pounds. Not surprisingly, they return for the sequel.

Channel Title : Flicks And The City

Views : 134334

Likes : 1805

DisLikes : 133

Published Date : 2018-07-05T14:14:11.000Z

The top 6 Jurassic Park & Jurassic World movie mistakes, complaints & plot holes fixed in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, aka Jurassic World 2! Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Deleted & Censored Scenes ► Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Ending Explained & Jurassic World 3 Theory ► Subscribe for more! ► Connect with Jan on Twitter ► Deserved Deaths 0:25 T-Rex Goat Scene 1:01 Jurassic World Heel-Gate 1:48 Feathered Dinosaurs 2:35 Missing Jurassic Park 3 Credit 3:56 Animatronics vs CGI 4:27 RELATED VIDEOS -------------- 5 Star Wars Movie Mistakes Fixed In Solo A Star Wars Story ► PLAYLISTS YOU MIGHT LIKE ------------------------ Ending & Post Credits Scenes Explained ► Movie Deleted Scenes & Rejected Concepts ► Easter Eggs ► Movie & TV Theories ► Amazing Movie & TV Facts ► Marvel ► DC ► Fox Marvel Movies ► Star Wars ► Disney Animation ► Pixar ► Game of Thrones ► SOCIAL MEDIA & WEBSITE ---------------------- Twitter ► Facebook ► Google+ ► Website ► GIVEAWAY & RULES ---------------- Win a 4K TV, Blu-ray Player & The Purge trilogy box set ► Official Contest Rules, Terms & Conditions ► Featured on DISCLAIMER: Any video and images used belong to the respective copyright holder and are used under fair use rules for the purpose of criticism and review. "Power At The Gym" music by Alvarokid from used under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license Jianianhualong tengi image by Xing Xu, Philip Currie, Michael Pittman, Lida Xing, Qingjin Meng, Junchang Lü, Dongyu Hu & Congyu Yu Feathered velociraptor by Todd Marshall Jurassic World Fan Art by Fred the Dinosaurman With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful franchises in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before. Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return alongside executive producers Steven Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Pratt and Howard are joined by co-stars James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniella Pineda, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, while BD Wong and Jeff Goldblum reprise their roles. Directed by J.A. Bayona (The Impossible), the epic action-adventure is written by Jurassic World’s director, Trevorrow, and its co-writer, Derek Connolly. Producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley once again partner with Spielberg and Trevorrow in leading the team of filmmakers for this stunning installment. Belén Atienza joins the team as a producer. Starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, BD Wong, James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniella Pineda, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall and Jeff Goldblum Directed By J.A. Bayona Produced By Frank Marshall, Patrick Crowley, Belén Atienza Executive Produced By Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow

Channel Title : FilmComicsExplained

Views : 82280

Likes : 2467

DisLikes : 33

Published Date : 2018-09-18T15:06:08.000Z

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a 2018 science fiction adventure film based on the celebrated Jurassic Park series. For a copy of Jurassic World, head to - For the Jurassic Park films - ABOUT ME This channel was created to assist in answering all your questions about Films, Comics and Popular culture in a fun and engaging way! Disclaimer: I do not own rights to any of the source materials I used in this work, appealing to allowance made for "fair use" purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research, under Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976.

Channel Title : Collider Videos

Views : 9327993

Likes : 21199

DisLikes : 2352

Published Date : 2015-06-10T16:05:14.000Z

In Jurassic World, John Hammond’s dream for a prehistoric theme park has enjoyed 10 years of success despite the events of Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park: The Lost World, and Jurassic Park III. However, declining attendance has forced a corporate mandate for a new attraction: a super predator genetically engineered to be bigger, badder, and better at causing all sorts of megalithic mayhem. While the new dino may be without rival, its smaller cousins are more than capable of wreaking havoc for those unlucky humans who cross their paths. With that in mind, we bring you a video compilation of the best death scenes from the Jurassic Park films. (Scientific Disclaimer: We’ll be referencing the size of dinosaurs as seen in the films, not in the fossil record.) Jurassic World opens June 12th. For More Collider: As the online source for movies, television, breaking news, incisive content, and imminent trends, Collider Videos is more than an essential destination; it’s the homepage for young men obsessed with staying ahead of the curve. Best Kills in the JURASSIC PARK Trilogy from Collider.

Channel Title : Trend Max

Views : 667242

Likes : 3519

DisLikes : 447

Published Date : 2018-08-10T20:00:02.000Z

Meet the top 10 most popular dinosaurs. -Tyrannosaurus Rex And in the first place we find the famous and indisputably popular T. Rex. -Velociraptor This carnivore is known worldwide for the Jurasic Park movie saga. -Triceratops It is difficult to imagine a prehistoric past without these horned creatures. With three horns, this herbivore is considered the rival of the T.Rex. -Pterodactyl What, you thought we were going to forget what might be the best-known flying dinosaur? Well indeed, this species is one of the first to be identified as a flying reptile. -Stegosaurus This species is normally recognized by its arched back loaded with plates and quills that were used mainly to defend themselves, since they were herbivores. -Brachiosaurus And since we are talking about size, why not show one of the longest species that existed. -Spinosaurus When one thinks of extremely dangerous dinosaurs, one wouldn’t probably think of the Spinosaurus, despite being considered one of the most lethal species due to its aggressive . -Plesiosaurus Although its name is not familiar to many, this species is also known as "marine dinosaurs". From what is known about this reptile is that they were good swimmers and fed mainly on mollusks and squid-like animals. -Apatosaurus This gigantic species was discovered in what is now North America, and when we speak of its size we are not kidding, since it is approximately 66 feet in length. -Ankylosaurus Magniventris Also known only as Ankylosaurus, it lived at the end of the Cretaceous period and is well known for its armor that covered its entire back. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- About Us: Trend Max is an education and entertainment channel dedicated to creating interesting Tops, Lists and more. Do not miss a single video SUBSCRIBE NOW. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Us: Facebook : Google+ : Twitter : Instagram :

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 150280

Likes : 2501

DisLikes : 623

Published Date : 2018-06-26T17:00:01.000Z

It's pretty tough to explain away these issues with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Subscribe to our channel: Just like Mr. DNA says in the first movie, Jurassic Park is “in our blood.” We’re now on our fifth installment in the franchise and the cloned dino-terrors don’t seem to be slowing down. In fact, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom goes to great lengths to set up a sequel that just might be the dinosaur version of the Planet of the Apes that we didn’t even know we needed. But until a third Jurassic World film comes to theaters, let’s mull over all the prehistoric monsters and insane chase scenes that we’ve encountered in the latest film. Unfortunately, this movie doesn’t get by without us noticing some glaring plot holes and stunning lapses of logic. Of all the problems one might find in this sequel, here are 5 things about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom that fail to make any sense whatsoever. So join ScreenRant as we return to Isla Nublar with some familiar faces and a ton of new characters. We’ll examine the fossils of the Indominus Rex under the microscope to get a better understanding of why it’s bones didn’t seem to decay. We’ll put on our lab coats and play amateur volcanologists to see whether the volcano on Isla Nublar acted realistically. We’ll look at the film’s latest villain, the Indoraptor, and try to wrap our heads around just how it’s special skill set as a killer dino works within the world we think we know. And we’ll meet the human child who’s connected to the history of the cloned dinos more than she knows. Featuring: Entry 1 - To Decay Or Not To Decay Entry 2 - That Volcanic Eruption Entry 3 - Laser Targeting System Entry 4 - The Cost Of The Dinos Entry 5 - Orphan Jurassic Check out these other awesome videos! 25 Mysteries and Plot Holes The Jurassic Park/World Franchise Left Hanging 5 Ways Raptors Have Changed In Jurassic Park Movies Our Social Media: Our Website

Channel Title :

Views : 118203

Likes : 2470

DisLikes : 72

Published Date : 2018-09-17T21:00:03.000Z

Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries You May Have Missed Subscribe: and also Ring the Bell to get notified // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! Want more incredible content from Getty Images? Be sure to check out their Instagram page here: What a fascinating time to be alive! From inhabitable planets, to a cure for anemia, and robotic body parts, these discoveries may change the future of human kind! WatchMojo counts down the Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently. Check out our other videos of the Top 10 Things We Wish Science Would Figure Out:, the Top 10 Scientific Inaccuracies in Jurassic Park:, and the Top 10 Weirdest Planets We've Discovered: #10. Our Species Far is Older Than Previously Thought #9. Scientists Found Many Planets with Potential for Life #8. A Stem Cell Transplant Cured Sickle Cell Anemia #7. Robotic Body Parts #6. We’ve Taken Steps Towards Quantum Computers #5. Scientists Have Transferred Basic Memories Between Snails #4. Scientists Reversed Damage Caused by Alzheimer's Disease in a Human Brain Cell #3, #2 & #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: Special thanks to our user ninou78 for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at Check our our other channels! WatchMojo's Social Media Pages Get WatchMojo merchandise at WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

Channel Title : Life Noggin

Views : 1766560

Likes : 37272

DisLikes : 3270

Published Date : 2017-03-06T14:00:40.000Z

What if I told you that a lot of what you learned in school and the movie Jurassic Park is incorrect? Let's debunk some dinosaur myths! Watch More: Should We Bring Extinct Animals Back To Life? ►►►► Support Life Noggin on Patreon: Follow Us! Click here to see more videos: Life Noggin is a weekly animated educational series. Whether it's science, pop culture, history or art, we explore it all and have a ton of fun doing it. Life Noggin Team: Director/Voice: Executive Producer: Director of Marketing: Animation by Steven Lawson Head Writer: Sources: Written by Michael Sago

Channel Title : Screen Rant

Views : 148782

Likes : 2574

DisLikes : 580

Published Date : 2018-04-19T20:00:00.000Z

Has Jurassic Park just been lying to us this whole time?? Subscribe to our channel: In spite of the fact that the Jurassic Park movies have boasted a plethora of A-list actors over the years, it's the dinosaurs who are obviously the major stars of the franchise. A star-studded list that includes the likes of Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, Sir Richard Attenborough, Samuel L. Jackson, Vince Vaughn, Julianne Moore, William H. Macy, Tea Leoni, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Vincent D'Onofrio are just some of the big names to have appeared in the franchise to date - and the likes of James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Toby Jones and Rafe Spall will be joining them later this year - but those guys are all overshadowed by the likes of the Tyrannosaurus rex, the Velociraptors, the Pterodactyls and the Brachiosauruses. But have we really even seen any of those creatures? Or indeed any dinosaurs at all in the franchise? This video looks into the theory that there haven't been any actual dinosaurs in any of the Jurassic Park movies and that the whole concept is a sham to attract gullible tourists who don't know any better. It's a pretty convincing theory, because DNA would be dead by the time it was extracted from a 65 million-year-old chunk of amber - but there are an abundance of other reasons why it could actually be true. Let us know what you think of this theory and video in the comments section. And please don't forget to subscribe to Screen Rant's YouTube channel so you never miss our fantastic new uploads in the future. #JurassicPark #JurassicWorld Check out these other awesome videos! Deadpool Pitch Meeting 3 Stranger Things Season 3 Rumors Confirmed To Be True Our Social Media: Our Website:

Channel Title : Science Insider

Views : 578320

Likes : 881

DisLikes : 722

Published Date : 2015-06-09T17:30:00.000Z

"Jurassic World," the latest installment of the "Jurassic Park" franchise, will open this summer to fan expectations of bigger, better dinosaurs. While the studio might deliver on that front, this latest flick sadly continues a long "Jurassic" tradition of bad and incomplete science. Here's how "Jurassic World" still can't get the science right. Subscribe to BI: Science - Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physiology, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: Science Insider on Facebook: Science Insider on Instagram: Business Insider on Twitter: Tech Insider on Twitter:

Channel Title : Omni Viewer

Views : 4005

Likes : 172

DisLikes : 23

Published Date : 2018-06-16T01:44:09.000Z

Accurate dinosaurs in pop culture are a rare sight indeed...but does that really matter? DeviantArt: Novel: Twitter: Chance, Luck, Errors in Nature, Fate, Destruction As a Finale by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist:


Facebook Page Like Box ::