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15th Nov '17 3:39:05 PM TRANSnational
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* Billy: I don't remember that on InGen's list.
Dr. Grant: That's because it wasn't on their list, and it makes you wonder what else they were up to.

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* Billy: I 'I don't remember that on InGen's list.
list.' Dr. Grant: That's 'That's because it wasn't on their list, and it makes you wonder what else they were up to.
15th Nov '17 3:38:31 PM TRANSnational
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*Billy: I don't remember that on InGen's list.
Dr. Grant: That's because it wasn't on their list, and it makes you wonder what else they were up to.
15th Aug '17 4:24:40 PM Korrasamilover
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* Aside from Brachiosaurus and Velociraptor (which looks NOTHING like the ones from Jurassic Park), none of the dinosaurs shown appeared in Jurassic Park
29th Apr '17 7:26:13 PM nombretomado
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* Daughter of TomCruise.

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* Daughter of TomCruise.
Creator/TomCruise.
19th Apr '17 4:12:26 AM I_love_dragons
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Dinosaur doesn't take place in the past, it's the distant future. Humanity has died out and the the creature from Jurassic Park have migrated on to the continents. This explains how Dinosaurs co-exits with simians, and other anachronisms such as grass. The herbivores were exceptionally cute and the predators near demonic looking and much larger than fossils suggest because [=InGen=] deliberately engineered them to play up to expectations of theme park goers. Not to mention they may have already started to develop forms of language in Jurassic Park III

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Dinosaur doesn't take place in the past, it's the distant future. Humanity has died out and the the creature creatures from Jurassic Park have migrated on to the continents. This explains how Dinosaurs co-exits with simians, and other anachronisms such as grass. The herbivores were exceptionally cute and the predators near demonic looking and much larger than fossils suggest because [=InGen=] deliberately engineered them to play up to expectations of theme park goers. Not to mention they may have already started to develop forms of language in Jurassic Park III



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29th Feb '16 7:53:29 PM Josef5678
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Dinosaur doesn't take place in the past, it's the distant future. Humanity has died out and the the creature from Jurassic Park have migrated on to the continents. This explains how Dinosaurs co-exits with simians, and other anachronisms such as grass. The herbivores were exceptionally cute and the predators near demonic looking and much larger than fossils suggest because InGen deliberately engineered them to play up to expectations of theme park goers. Not to mention they may have already started to develop forms of language in Jurassic Park III

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Dinosaur doesn't take place in the past, it's the distant future. Humanity has died out and the the creature from Jurassic Park have migrated on to the continents. This explains how Dinosaurs co-exits with simians, and other anachronisms such as grass. The herbivores were exceptionally cute and the predators near demonic looking and much larger than fossils suggest because InGen [=InGen=] deliberately engineered them to play up to expectations of theme park goers. Not to mention they may have already started to develop forms of language in Jurassic Park III
22nd Mar '14 3:49:47 AM TRANSnational
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[[WMG: Dinosaur takes place in the future]]
Dinosaur doesn't take place in the past, it's the distant future. Humanity has died out and the the creature from Jurassic Park have migrated on to the continents. This explains how Dinosaurs co-exits with simians, and other anachronisms such as grass. The herbivores were exceptionally cute and the predators near demonic looking and much larger than fossils suggest because InGen deliberately engineered them to play up to expectations of theme park goers. Not to mention they may have already started to develop forms of language in Jurassic Park III
19th Aug '13 7:54:00 PM tigris115
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''Dinosaur'' features ''Plateosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Styracosaurus, Carnotaurus, Velociraptor'', and monkeys all living together. However, ''Plateosaurus'' went extinct at the end of the Triassic period, ''Brachiosaurus'' during the Jurassic, and monkeys did not evolve until well after the end of the Cretaceous. ''The Flintstones'' takes place in a world in which all these animals exist, as well as dodos, pelicans, kangaroos, and humans. Obviously, the monkeys in the movie evolved in the people of Bedrock.

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''Dinosaur'' features ''Plateosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Styracosaurus, Carnotaurus, Velociraptor'', and monkeys lemurs all living together. However, ''Plateosaurus'' went extinct at the end of the Triassic period, ''Brachiosaurus'' during the Jurassic, and monkeys lemurs did not evolve until well after the end of the Cretaceous. ''The Flintstones'' takes place in a world in which all these animals exist, as well as dodos, pelicans, kangaroos, and humans. Obviously, the monkeys in the movie evolved in the people of Bedrock.
19th Aug '13 7:52:52 PM tigris115
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''Dinosaur'' features ''Plateosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Triceratops, Carnotaurus, Velociraptor'', and monkeys all living together. However, ''Plateosaurus'' went extinct at the end of the Triassic period, ''Brachiosaurus'' during the Jurassic, and monkeys did not evolve until well after the end of the Cretaceous. ''The Flintstones'' takes place in a world in which all these animals exist, as well as dodos, pelicans, kangaroos, and humans. Obviously, the monkeys in the movie evolved in the people of Bedrock.

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''Dinosaur'' features ''Plateosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Triceratops, Pachyrhinosaurus, Styracosaurus, Carnotaurus, Velociraptor'', and monkeys all living together. However, ''Plateosaurus'' went extinct at the end of the Triassic period, ''Brachiosaurus'' during the Jurassic, and monkeys did not evolve until well after the end of the Cretaceous. ''The Flintstones'' takes place in a world in which all these animals exist, as well as dodos, pelicans, kangaroos, and humans. Obviously, the monkeys in the movie evolved in the people of Bedrock.
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