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Every Dinosaur In ‘Jurassic Park’ Series Explained | WIRED

Every Dinosaur In ‘Jurassic Park’ Series Explained | WIRED


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  1. 9:55 My favorite dinosaur since I was little

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

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

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

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

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

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

  8. This guy is my hero loved this video!

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

  10. D-did you just forget dimorphodon!?

  11. It’s like the real life Ross Geller. Wild

  12. I’ve been saying ankylosaurus wrong for my whole life

  13. "trex is the largest carnivores dinosaur (but we may have discovered larger so he might be dethrowned)"

    Yes. The spino, for one, has already been estimated to be larger than a t-rex judging by just what of the fossil has been found of it. On top of that (not in Jurassic Park), but a Giganotosaurus is also known to be a few feet bigger than a rex as the Tyrannosauridae seems to cap at 40ft while Carcharodontosauridae is almost 50……..

  14. Why did i think parasauralophus was paralophasaurus

  15. if they make dinosaurs PLEASE do not put feathers on them

  16. His kinda cute 😉

  17. But he didn't say if he's a palaeontologist!

  18. The best thing these films have done was to instigate so many children to study Biology, Science and Paleontology. The mistakes made were not such a big deal compared to the amount of researchers that they helped to create.

  19. Ankylosaurus and spinosaurus are my favourites

  20. Did anybody got all those names?

  21. i wish this video was about three times as long so i could listen to this guy talk about dinosaurs more

  22. ?"I NEED MORE RAPTOR! I NEED MORE RAPTOR!"?

  23. Please do a video series of each dinosaur in depth. Paaaahhhleeeease.

  24. Report of the week?

  25. dang, his bottom jaw goin wild at 4:56

  26. I do not for the life of me understand why he did not classify the Mososaurus correctly, it was a marine reptile. He classified the Pteranodons as reptiles correctly.

  27. I’m surprised he didn’t talk about how Spinosaurus is now widely thought to be quadrupedal

  28. Loved the 1 st orig movie n top 1 and if bought back extinction or breath wats left

  29. u think his kids watch dinosaur train

  30. Just imagine mixing this guys genomes with Dr Wu, the ultimate dino guy.

  31. I've got a fever and the only perscription is more RAPTOR!

  32. Can’t stop looking at the jaw

  33. I have a Bachelor's in Paleontology going towards a Ph.D and I can confirm I am one of those kids that loved dinosaurs ever since I popped out of the womb lmao
    I'm also going to volunteer at the Dino Institute at the Natural History Museum, so perhaps I'll see him there?? This video is really inspiring though, I can't wait until I actually get my dream job in this stuff!! <3

  34. I'm pretty sure he missed dimorphodon in jurrastic world

  35. His jaw is moving side ways while speaking. ?

  36. Isn’t this the guy that would talk after the show dinosaur train was over

  37. I can't unsee how his jaw moves side ways as he talks.

  38. I cant believe you put those 2 monsters on a DINOSAUR list

  39. HIS LISP IS THE CUTEST THING OMG PROTECT HIM

  40. He rarely blinked his eyes..That's amazing!?

  41. What? How do you have a 14 minute video about the dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park movies and then have both the Velociraptor and T-Rex in the first two minutes? Those two should have been the last two talked about!

  42. Jurassic Park is to Paleontology as Top Gun is to the Navy.. recruitment through the roof!

  43. I don't think I have ever seen anybody pronounce they're S's like that.

  44. Did he just said Ross Geller

  45. In the Crichton novels, it’s stated that the velociraptors are really Deinonychus, which is a member of the velociraptor family (that’s what it says, I don’t know if that’s true). So that’s the explanation for their size in the movies

  46. Am i the only one who noticed when he talks he moves his lip and jaw to his right side (our left)

  47. Ole Rexxy might not be the biggest girl on the block anymore, but she stills holds the title of strongest in my book by far!

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