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‘Jurassic Park’ returning to theaters for 25th anniversary

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom blew up the box office just two months ago—and yet Universal is already inviting moviegoers back into its prehistoric pandemonium. SEE ALSO: Giant, newly discovered dinosaur was literally a huge weirdo This September,  in honor of its 25th anniversary, Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park will retake big screens across the country....CONTINUE READING
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The largest dinosaur foot ever belongs to ‘Bigfoot’

The largest dinosaur foot ever found, belonging to one of the largest land animals this planet’s ever seen, surely deserves the title “Bigfoot” more than Sasquatch. Excavated in 1998 by an expedition from the University of Kansas, and described in a new study published in PeerJ – the Journal of Life and Environmental Sciences, “Bigfoot”...CONTINUE READING
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Giant, newly discovered dinosaur was literally a huge weirdo

You’re standing in a lush forest 230 million years ago in what is now Argentina.  You’re alone among the Triassic shrubbery. Suddenly, an elephant-sized dinosaur comes lumbering your way through the overgrowth. The dinosaur looks somewhat familiar — kind of like a much smaller brachiosaurus — but it’s definitely different.  SEE ALSO: The real hero...CONTINUE READING
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The real hero of ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ was this cute headbutting dinosaur

Spoilers ahead, but they’re very small, like Compsognathus. Chris Pratt has the abs, smile, and square jaw. But the real hero of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is Stiggy the Stygimoloch. Yes, the adorable dinosaur headbutted its way into our hearts by saving our heroes and kicking villain butt, and yes, Stygimoloch was a real creature. ...CONTINUE READING
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Jurassic ‘World Evolution’ is the dino video game of our childhood dreams

Tycoon games became a staple in many childhoods after Rollercoaster Tycoon showed us the joy of murdering a bunch of innocent theme park visitors through horribly designed coaster rides. Now imagine that, but instead of death traps disguised as a rollercoaster, you’ve got a rampaging T-Rex to terrorize people with. And that’s basically how we...CONTINUE READING
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