Every Dinosaur In 'Jurassic Park' Series Explained | WIRED

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, June 19, 2018
  • 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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  • BEAST BENDY666

    BEAST BENDY666

     6 hours ago

    D-did you just forget dimorphodon!?

  • Lewis Holmes

    Lewis Holmes

     16 hours ago

    Every dinosaur?... missed camarasaurus, dimorphodon, stigimoloch, and sinoceratops

  • apoxninja

    apoxninja

     16 hours ago

    9:10

  • Carats Love

    Carats Love

     21 hours ago

    Its ross

  • Hannah Verhaar

    Hannah Verhaar

     yesterday

    It’s Ross!!

  • George Taratus

    George Taratus

     yesterday

    This guy is my hero loved this video!

  • Vicente Mendoza

    Vicente Mendoza

     yesterday

    The dinosaur @5:34 isn’t it the ancestor of the ram right 🤔 or am I wrong

  • Joseph Pasternack

    Joseph Pasternack

     2 days ago

    ... what about the smaller flying reptiles in the Jurassic World scene, they could have been Dimorphodons or Scaphognathus...

  • K G

    K G

     2 days ago

    I am always thrilled to see people that have their dream job. Thanks bud!

  • Mary Burdette

    Mary Burdette

     3 days ago

    "I got a fever... And the only prescription is... More Raptor!"

  • Night Hunter

    Night Hunter

     3 days ago

    As a little kid i used to call the Ankylosaurus the sledgehammer dinosaur. Lol

  • I don't like you, but

    I don't like you, but

     4 days ago

    y'all niggas telling me my turkey is a dinosaur? bet.

  • Abnovelists

    Abnovelists

     4 days ago

    9:55 My favorite dinosaur since I was little

  • Michael Mercado

    Michael Mercado

     4 days ago +1

    he has a little smile the entire time hes talking about dinosaurs.

  • Wyatt Stone

    Wyatt Stone

     4 days ago

    Tyrannosaurs Rex? You mean the motherfuckin' T REX!

  • Sontar

    Sontar

     5 days ago

    Stegosaurus mention fails without Thagomizer mention.

  • Vinnie Durrant

    Vinnie Durrant

     5 days ago

    It's said that Barryonix is actually just a younger version of Spinosaurus.

  • Tenth Shadow

    Tenth Shadow

     5 days ago

    This is the cool teacher we all want in high school

  • clip with sound

    clip with sound

     6 days ago

    there was not that much of dinosaur species .... we misinterpret many same species's young and old version as different species...

  • Lucibaby 1465

    Lucibaby 1465

     6 days ago

    He forgot dimorphodon