Canadian paleontologists uncovered a new species of dinosaur with mythical proportions, most likely from more than 160 million years ago.
“Clever girl.” Late this past week we teased the Indominus Rex, the new man-made, hybrid dinosaur in Universal Pictures’ Jurassic World. Now, a day ahead of the “Big Game” Super Bowl TV Spot, director Colin Trevorrow is teasing the new trailer with the following image of a vicious Velociraptor, which was the scariest dino in […]
Before you get too excited on the heels of today's Game of Thrones news items, we're not talking actual fire-breathing monsters here. However, it's possible this newly discovered dinosaur species could have inspired the dragons that populate Chinese folklore. Read more...
Maybe let's take foreshadowing into account when naming our new dinosaurs, okay?
This is the first peek (if you can call a silhouette a peek) at Indominus Rex, the genetically modified killer dinosaur the scientists in Jurassic World decided it would be a good idea to play God and create. shaking fist You fools!Show More Summary
By Vera Scekic Every so often, weird stories surface in the news about people harboring a roofing nail, pair of scissors, toy dinosaur or other bizarre object in their dark interior. We read these accounts and recoil at the thought....
NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has provided researchers strong evidence the moon’s volcanic activity slowed gradually instead of stopping abruptly a billion years ago. Scores of distinctive rock deposits observed by LRO are estimated to be less than 100 million...
We caught a glimpse of its feet and seemingly opposable thumbs in the Jurassic World trailer, but the official site has finally given us the dinosaur reveal we've all been waiting for!
The Qijianglong has a neck that's half the length of its body
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We have no idea how Jurassic World is going to turn out come summer, but we do know that it's getting Lego-fied for Lego Jurassic World. The game follows all three Jurassic Park stories in addition to this June's blockbuster, and it'll be available f...
Jurassic World has revealed the first look at its new dinosaur, the Indominus Rex, a genetically engineered dinosaur created to attract more visitors to the park. Sure it's an impressive dino, but also horrifying. Here's the description from the website: We set out to make Indominus the most fearsome dinosaur ever to be displayed at Jurassic World. Show More Summary
Weknowwe’regettinganewJurassicWorld trailerduringtheSuperBowl thisSunday,butitseemswe’realsogettingalookatthebigbadmonsterthatwillbeterrorizingtheparkthissummer.ButevenbeforeSundaydawnsontheworld,ThefolksoveratScreenCrush sniffedoutsometidbitsregardingthisgeneticallyengineeredbeast thatisbeingcalledIndominusRex.
Plans to move "Dippy" the dinosaur from his home in London's Natural History Museum made national news on Thursday, triggering an outcry from fans, an online petition and even a fake Twitter account. Longer than two London buses, the...Show More Summary
The massive teeth of new hybrid dinosaur Indominus Rex are revealed in a poster and promo images from the 'Jurassic World' official website. [...]
Scientists are seriously excited about a new long-necked dinosaur species found near China's Qijiang City. For one thing, fossils of the beast, which lived 160 million years ago in the Late Jurassic period, show a skull still attached to its neck—a rare find among dinosaurs like this as "the...
Unless you're a Creationist, in which case you believe all dinosaurs were made up by Satan.
Apparently the events of the first three Jurassic Park movies weren't enough warnings, because the folks manning Isla Island in Jurassic World have created an even more fearsome, genetically enhanced dinosaur. We've only heard ChrisShow More Summary
What kind of dinosaur did they cook up in that lab? The post Meet Jurassic World’s Indominus Rex: Bigger, Louder and with More Teeth appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Too Many Arnolds.