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24th Aug '16 8:09:12 AM CyborgIguana
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** The most recent film, ''WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse'', has a family of feathered dromaeosaurids (identified as ''Dakotaraptor'' in supplementary material) serve as antagonists. To their credit they at least have wings, only problem is they're able to ''fly'' with them (something ''Dakotaraptor'' almost certainly couldn't do as an adult in RealLife).

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** The most recent newest film, ''WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse'', has a family of feathered dromaeosaurids (identified as ''Dakotaraptor'' in supplementary material) serve as antagonists. To their credit they at least have wings, only problem is they're able to ''fly'' with them (something ''Dakotaraptor'' almost certainly couldn't do as an adult in RealLife).
24th Aug '16 8:08:39 AM CyborgIguana
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** The upcoming fifth film will have feathered dromaeosaurid characters.

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** The upcoming fifth film will have most recent film, ''WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse'', has a family of feathered dromaeosaurid characters.dromaeosaurids (identified as ''Dakotaraptor'' in supplementary material) serve as antagonists. To their credit they at least have wings, only problem is they're able to ''fly'' with them (something ''Dakotaraptor'' almost certainly couldn't do as an adult in RealLife).
23rd Aug '16 6:03:05 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of AceVentura Pet Detective TheAnimatedSeries had the eponymous detective go into a cage inhabited by a velociraptor the size of a small bear.

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* One episode of AceVentura ''WesternAnimation/AceVentura: Pet Detective Detective'' TheAnimatedSeries had the eponymous detective go into a cage inhabited by a velociraptor the size of a small bear.
4th Aug '16 4:21:16 PM CJCroen1393
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** Scyther from the first generation is supposed to look like a praying mantis, but it also has many traits similar to those of a ''Jurassic Park''-esque raptor, being swift, territorial, worryingly intelligent and having an overall dinosaur-like design.
31st Jul '16 6:01:27 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* [[SpeciesSurname Utahraptor]] from ''Webcomic/DinosaurComics''.
** By the way, if you want to see Utahraptor (and his two theropod friends) portrayed in a [[TitleDrop more historically accurate]] way (meaning feathered), just type in ''&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate'' behind the html-adress of a ''qwantz''-comic of your choice, [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=1&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate like this for example]]. Or check out [[Webcomic/DresdenCodak Aaron Diaz']] awesome [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=996 guest comic]]!

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* [[SpeciesSurname Utahraptor]] ''[[SpeciesSurname Utahraptor]]'' from ''Webcomic/DinosaurComics''.
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''Webcomic/DinosaurComics''. By the way, if you want to see Utahraptor ''Utahraptor'' (and his two theropod friends) portrayed in a [[TitleDrop more historically accurate]] way (meaning feathered), just type in ''&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate'' behind the html-adress of a ''qwantz''-comic of your choice, [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=1&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate like this for example]]. Or check out [[Webcomic/DresdenCodak Aaron Diaz']] awesome [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=996 guest comic]]!
31st Jul '16 2:26:46 AM Morgenthaler
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** By the way, if you want to see Utahraptor (and his two theropod friends) portrayed in a [[TitleDrop more historically accurate]] way (meaning feathered), just type in ''&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate'' behind the html-adress of a ''qwantz''-comic of your choice, [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=1&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate like this for example]]. Or check out [[MagicToolDresdenCodak Aaron Diaz']] awesome [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=996 guest comic]]!

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** By the way, if you want to see Utahraptor (and his two theropod friends) portrayed in a [[TitleDrop more historically accurate]] way (meaning feathered), just type in ''&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate'' behind the html-adress of a ''qwantz''-comic of your choice, [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=1&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate like this for example]]. Or check out [[MagicToolDresdenCodak [[Webcomic/DresdenCodak Aaron Diaz']] awesome [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=996 guest comic]]!
31st Jul '16 2:26:23 AM Morgenthaler
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** By the way, if you want to see Utahraptor (and his two theropod friends) portrayed in a [[TitleDrop more historically accurate]] way (meaning feathered), just type in ''&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate'' behind the html-adress of a ''qwantz''-comic of your choice, [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=1&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate like this for example]]. Or check out [[DresdenCodak Aaron Diaz']] awesome [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=996 guest comic]]!

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** By the way, if you want to see Utahraptor (and his two theropod friends) portrayed in a [[TitleDrop more historically accurate]] way (meaning feathered), just type in ''&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate'' behind the html-adress of a ''qwantz''-comic of your choice, [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=1&butiwouldratherbereading=somethingmorehistoricallyaccurate like this for example]]. Or check out [[DresdenCodak [[MagicToolDresdenCodak Aaron Diaz']] awesome [[http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=996 guest comic]]!
28th Jul '16 10:15:37 PM albertonykus
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ScienceMarchesOn has further complicated things. At the time Creator/MichaelCrichton wrote ''Jurassic Park'', subfamily ''Velociraptorinae'' was classified as a large collection of species resembling its namesake member, which included ''Deinonychus''. Thus this species ''was'' at the time considered to technically be a ''Velociraptor'''ine,''' '' [[note]]Including in reference books such as Gregory Paul's ''Predatory Dinosaurs of the World'', which was a major reference source for Michael Crichton while writing ''Jurassic Park,''[[/note]] and the RuleOfCool dictated Crichton use the name that could be shortened to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast "raptor"]].

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ScienceMarchesOn has further complicated things. At the time Creator/MichaelCrichton wrote ''Jurassic Park'', subfamily ''Velociraptorinae'' Velociraptorinae was classified as a large collection of species resembling its namesake member, which included ''Deinonychus''. Thus this species ''was'' at the time considered to technically be a ''Velociraptor'''ine,''' '' [[note]]Including in reference books such as Gregory Paul's ''Predatory Dinosaurs of the World'', which was a major reference source for Michael Crichton while writing ''Jurassic Park,''[[/note]] and the RuleOfCool dictated Crichton use the name that could be shortened to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast "raptor"]].
28th Jul '16 8:31:07 AM johnnye
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ScienceMarchesOn has further complicated things. At the time Creator/MichaelCrichton wrote ''Jurassic Park'', subfamily Velociraptor''inae'' was classified as a large collection of species resembling its namesake member which included ''Deinonychus''. Thus this species ''was'' at the time considered to technically be a ''Velociraptor'''ine,''' '' [[note]]Including in reference books such as Gregory Paul's ''Predatory Dinosaurs of the World'', which was a major reference source for Michael Crichton while writing ''Jurassic Park,''[[/note]] and the RuleOfCool dictated Crichton use the name that could be shortened to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast "raptor"]].

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ScienceMarchesOn has further complicated things. At the time Creator/MichaelCrichton wrote ''Jurassic Park'', subfamily Velociraptor''inae'' ''Velociraptorinae'' was classified as a large collection of species resembling its namesake member member, which included ''Deinonychus''. Thus this species ''was'' at the time considered to technically be a ''Velociraptor'''ine,''' '' [[note]]Including in reference books such as Gregory Paul's ''Predatory Dinosaurs of the World'', which was a major reference source for Michael Crichton while writing ''Jurassic Park,''[[/note]] and the RuleOfCool dictated Crichton use the name that could be shortened to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast "raptor"]].
13th Jul '16 7:20:30 AM MrNickelodeon
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* The beginning of the climax of ''Ride/SkullIslandReignOfKong'' at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]] involves the guests being pursued by a pack of Venatosauruses.
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