Every Dinosaur In 'Jurassic Park' Series Explained | WIRED
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Published on: Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Every Dinosaur In 'Jurassic Park' Series Explained | WIRED

Nathan Smith, associate curator in the Dinosaur Institute at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, talks about every dinosaur that appears in the Jurassic Park films. How realistically were the dinosaurs in the films portrayed? Is the T-Rex actually the king of the dinosaurs? Is the real life Dilophosaurus actually SCARIER than its film counterpart? Nathan uses his dino-expertise to highlight the similarities and differences between what we know now, and how the movies depicted them.




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Every Dinosaur In 'Jurassic Park' Series Explained | WIRED

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  • Brunswick

    Brunswick

     33 minutes ago

    So he’s not gonna talk about how the raptor AND T-Rex had feathers?

  • delta229

    delta229

     1 hours ago

    How many fucken adds do you need?!

  • Lucie Robinson

    Lucie Robinson

     1 hours ago

    you forgot dimetrodon

  • moises canales

    moises canales

     1 days ago

    why is ross geller on my screen

  • theBorritotrooper

    theBorritotrooper

     1 days ago

    Why are there so many awkward camera zooms when the guy is talking?

  • Gaming Cat

    Gaming Cat

     1 days ago

    It would be really cool if in future installments of the Jurassic Franchise is that we get these new species that could challenge Tyrannosaurus Rex which are NOT Spinosaurus. That would be interesting to see on the big screen. 😁.

  • Frankuu

    Frankuu

     2 days ago +1

    Now you know that t rex is not the biggest theropod 😏

  • Neil Dickson

    Neil Dickson

     2 days ago

    easy for you to say

  • The guy you may never know.

    The guy you may never know.

     3 days ago

    If I had a dollar for everytime he says “Iconic dinosaur”

  • swurq

    swurq

     3 days ago

    his lisp is driving me crazy

  • Harutjun

    Harutjun

     3 days ago

    Bro he says "we have evidence" Then in the same sentence "probably"
    1:20 that doesnt make him believable at all (i do believe him tho and i knew this but still)...

  • Catherine Huff

    Catherine Huff

     3 days ago

    Me the Dino nerd- yes but give me more feathers

  • Im not time Traveller

    Im not time Traveller

     4 days ago

    I think that guy is the one that i bully in highschool.....
    Just kidding

  • Im not time Traveller

    Im not time Traveller

     4 days ago

    9:10 this is why you here
    Tnx me later

  • Emily Haag

    Emily Haag

     4 days ago

    The Ross Geller of Wired

  • Patrick Carlos

    Patrick Carlos

     4 days ago

    This guy looks like the biggest dweeb in the entire palaeontology field

  • lewis Ash Fox

    lewis Ash Fox

     5 days ago

    I am that one kid that plays with their Dino toys and reads all the books, so thankyou for helping educate me.

  • Jerold Boy

    Jerold Boy

     5 days ago

    I couldn’t have been the only person get triggered on how he said “Parasaurolophus”

  • Nacmack VonStin

    Nacmack VonStin

     5 days ago +1

    The Utahraptor was however 6 ft tall

  • yuri mactavish

    yuri mactavish

     6 days ago

    every ghost in ghostbusters series plz i need it