History Literature / Carnivore

24th Nov '17 10:42:11 PM GREGOLE
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* ILovenuclearPower: That exposure to radiation will accelerate the baby's growth with no negative side effects whatsoever is taken as a given by the characters, and it does so.

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* ILovenuclearPower: ILoveNuclearPower: That exposure to radiation will accelerate the baby's growth with no negative side effects whatsoever is taken as a given by the characters, and it does so.
24th Nov '17 10:41:44 PM GREGOLE
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* GunsAreWorthless

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* GunsAreWorthlessGunsAreWorthless: Firearms are explicitly noted to be more useful for causing avalanches than actually harming bad guys.
24th Nov '17 10:40:53 PM GREGOLE
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* SuperPersistentPredator: Some effort is made to justify this: There is literally nothing else for the rex to eat out in the frozen wilderness, and it needs constant food to stay warm.
24th Nov '17 10:39:33 PM GREGOLE
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* BehindTheBlack: The tyrannosaurus is consistently completely invisible to anyone not looking directly at it.
* BlackHoleBelly: The T.rex eats enough people at a time that it should, but all accounts, be ''rolling'' rather than running.



* EvilCounterpart: Grushka, the vicious Russian husky is portrayed as this for Wolf.



* ILovenuclearPower: That exposure to radiation will accelerate the baby's growth with no negative side effects whatsoever is taken as a given by the characters, and it does so.
* InvincibleVillain: The tyrannosaurus can move like the Flash, jump like the Hulk, is immune to bullets, is apparently sapient enough to figure out how technology works and how to counter it, and is apparently incapable of so much as twitching a muscle without killing at least three minor characters.



* MoodWhiplash: After about two-hundred pages of high-flying, nonsensical dinosaur carnage with a cast of literally hundreds dying as soon as they're introduced, the book suddenly shifts gears into a moody, high-stakes antarctic chase story.
* NobleWolf: The high-content mixed breed wolf-dog named... er... Wolf.



* TooDumbToLive

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* TooDumbToLiveTooDumbToLive: Literally every single character at least once.
14th Apr '16 7:55:15 PM schoi30
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: While it may have been the result of chemicals mutating it, the T-Rex hatches from it's egg and grows to adult size in a matter of weeks.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: While it may have been the result of chemicals mutating it, the T-Rex ''T. rex'' hatches from it's egg and grows to adult size in a matter of weeks.
14th Apr '16 7:54:55 PM schoi30
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Carnivore is a campy sci-fi horror novel written by Leigh Clark that is an unusual cross between ''Film/JurassicPark'' and John Carpenter's ''Film/TheThing1982''. In it, a group of researchers and evil russians use chemicals to make a revived and recently hatched Tyrannosaurus Rex baby grow to adult size in a matter of weeks.

Because this is a Tyrannosaurus Rex and it does get mistreated, it gets loose and goes on a rampage at an isolated Antarctic research outpost. It then proceeds to eat everyone. Bloody HilarityEnsues.

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Carnivore is a campy sci-fi horror novel written by Leigh Clark that is an unusual cross between ''Film/JurassicPark'' and John Carpenter's ''Film/TheThing1982''. In it, a group of researchers and evil russians Russians use chemicals to make a revived and recently hatched Tyrannosaurus Rex ''TyrannosaurusRex'' baby grow to adult size in a matter of weeks.

Because this is a Tyrannosaurus Rex ''TyrannosaurusRex'' and it does get mistreated, it gets loose and goes on a rampage at an isolated Antarctic research outpost. It then proceeds to eat everyone. Bloody HilarityEnsues.



* MisplacedWildlife: What was a ''T. rex'' egg doing in Antarctica?

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* MisplacedWildlife: What Why was there a ''T. rex'' egg doing in Antarctica?



* RedShirt: Apart from the two leads and a dog, everyone else is either meant to die or be eaten by the T-Rex.

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* RedShirt: Apart from the two leads and a dog, everyone else is either meant to die or be eaten by the T-Rex.''T. rex''.
14th Apr '16 7:53:01 PM schoi30
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: While it may have been the result of chemicals mutating it, the T-Rex hatches from it's egg and grows to adult size in a matter of weeks.



* MisplacedWildlife: What was a ''T. rex'' egg doing in Antarctica?



* RedShirt - Apart from the two leads and a dog, everyone else is either meant to die or be eaten by the T-Rex.

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* RedShirt - RedShirt: Apart from the two leads and a dog, everyone else is either meant to die or be eaten by the T-Rex.



* YouFailBiologyForever - While it may have been the result of chemicals mutating it, the T-Rex hatches from it's egg and grows to adult size in a matter of weeks.

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* YouFailBiologyForever - While it may have been the result of chemicals mutating it, the T-Rex hatches from it's egg and grows to adult size in a matter of weeks.TyrannosaurusRex
13th Jun '14 12:54:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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* SomewhereAPalaeontologistIsCrying
21st Jan '13 8:57:07 AM primeyandereheika
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Carnivore is a campy sci-fi horror novel written by Leigh Scott that is an unusual cross between ''Film/JurassicPark'' and John Carpenter's ''Film/TheThing1982''. In it, a group of researchers and evil russians use chemicals to make a revived and recently hatched Tyrannosaurus Rex baby grow to adult size in a matter of weeks.

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Carnivore is a campy sci-fi horror novel written by Leigh Scott Clark that is an unusual cross between ''Film/JurassicPark'' and John Carpenter's ''Film/TheThing1982''. In it, a group of researchers and evil russians use chemicals to make a revived and recently hatched Tyrannosaurus Rex baby grow to adult size in a matter of weeks.
21st Jan '13 8:48:51 AM primeyandereheika
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Carnivore is an unintentionally hilarious and campy sci-fi horror novel written by Leigh Scott is a unusual cross between ''Film/JurassicPark'' and John Carpenter's ''Film/TheThing1982''. In it, a group of researchers and evil russians use chemicals to make a revived and recently hatched Tyrannosaurus Rex baby grow to adult size in a matter of weeks.

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Carnivore is an unintentionally hilarious and a campy sci-fi horror novel written by Leigh Scott that is a an unusual cross between ''Film/JurassicPark'' and John Carpenter's ''Film/TheThing1982''. In it, a group of researchers and evil russians use chemicals to make a revived and recently hatched Tyrannosaurus Rex baby grow to adult size in a matter of weeks.
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