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Terrify Your Dinner Party Guests With These Thudding T-Rex Ice Cubes

The number one rule for hosting a successful dinner party? Make sure your guests fear gruesome death by dinosaur at least once during the evening. One way to achieve the effect? These ice ripples that mimic that scene—you know the one—from the original Jurassic Park. No T-Rex needed! Read More >>

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Relive Jurassic Park's Iconic Hacking Scene Right From Your Browser

For the most part, Jurassic Park isn't the kind of movie you'd want a chance to live out, what with the mortal danger and velociraptors and all that. But thanks to the amazing Jurassic Systems website, you can experience of of Jurassic Park's safer thrills first-hand: getting hacked by Dennis Nedry. Read More >>

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How Jurassic Park Made Tiny Flesh-Eating Dino Puppets So Scary

There's a lot of CGI deployed in The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and you'd be forgiven for assuming that most of the dino-action was cooked up by a computer. Not so the tiny little compsognathus, a carnivorous chicken-like beast that was cooked up with plastic moulds and fishing line. Read More >>

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Whoa, the Raptor Cage From Jurassic Park is on eBay Right Now

Jurassic Park is probably the greatest movie ever made, so the possibility of owning even the tiniest fragment from its history makes me excited. But if tiny fragments aren't enough for you, here's a huge prop that's up on eBay's block this week: The velociraptor crate cage used in the film. Fake raptor prop included with purchase. Read More >>

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A Life-Sized T-Rex Replica is Your "Who Needs DNA Cloning?" Deal of the Day

This big old world is filled with weird and wonderful people, so there's no telling what'll get your rocks off. Some people like the opposite sex. Some like the same sex. Some like both. Some like inanimate objects because they don't decay, argue with you or try and get off with their work colleagues. In fact, it is a wonder us humans haven't ditched each other altogether. Read More >>

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Isle of Man's Jurassic Park... For Cows

The Isle of Man is about to become the UK's smaller and significantly tamer version of Jurassic Park, thanks to a plan to introduce a herd of rare cows to the island. Let's hope they don't break down the fences, escape and... eat someone's daffodils. Read More >>

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Jurassic Park Hits Brooklyn in Improv Stunt

Actors do move in herds. While they may not have captured the breathtaking spectacle of the original scene, it looks like serial pranksters Improv Everywhere had a lot of fun with this dinosaur-themed lark. Read More >>

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First Blood-Filled Mosquito Fossil Makes Jurassic Park Feel More Real

A team of scientists just made an exciting and very pop culture-friendly discovery in Montana: The first ever fossilised mosquito with a belly full of blood. This little guy's been hanging out underground for 46 million years, and it's a small miracle that it hung in there so long. Read More >>

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Jurassic World Added to 2015's Staggering Summer Blockbuster Line-up

2015 might be the best ever year for big-budget blockbusters, thanks to Universal revealing that its Jurassic World dino romp is scheduled to appear that summer. So that's Jurassic Park IV, Batman vs. Superman, Independence Day 2 and Star Wars VII going head-to-head in 2015. Most people might go crazy and watch all four. Read More >>

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The Entire Premise of Jurassic Park Is Wrong Because of Mosquitos

You're probably going to want to sit down for this one. And hold your loved ones near if you've got them, because it's time to wake up from our slumber of lies -- apparently Jurassic Park is, in fact, not scientifically accurate. All because of one little, mistyped mosquito. Read More >>

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Clive Palmer is One Step Closer to His Real-Life Jurassic Park Dream

You remember Clive Palmer, right? He's the crazy billionaire who plans to build Titanic II and Jurassic Park in Queensland, Australia. Well, now he's just taken one giant step closer to the better of his two money-soaked film-recreating dreams. Read More >>

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Everything Wrong With Jurassic Park

A lot of us remember Jurassic Park as the perfect summer blockbuster. It had everything you could ask for: CG dinosaurs, Samuel L. Jackson, CG dinosaurs, an awkwardly shirtless Jeff Goldblum, CG dinosaurs, and of course Spielberg behind the camera. Read More >>

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How Jurassic Park's Fearsome Robo-Rex Got Its Skin

It's one thing to make a giant, robotic Tyrannosaurus Rex. It's another thing entirely to make it look remotely real. Granted, a robo-rex is awesome in its own right, but it's just not quite the flavour of monster fit for a film like Jurassic Park. And so. it was practical effects to the rescue yet again with a carefully applied dino-skin. Read More >>

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This is How the Jurassic Park Animatronic Triceratops Was Built

As a young pup watching Jurassic Park, I was in terrified of the T-Rex, fearful of the Raptors, in awe of the Brachiosaurus and annoyed of that little spraying dinosaur. But probably above all, I felt for the Triceratops. It was hurt! It was dying! It was so incredibly detailed. Stan Winston School revealed how they built the Triceratops, how they painted it, how they shipped it and how the puppeteers controlled it in this video. Part two of the Triceratops video can be found here. [Stan Winston School] Read More >>

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Jurassic Park's Dinosaur Sound Effects Were Actually Animal Sex Sounds

So, uh, this is an uncomfortable one. You know the dinosaur sounds from Jurassic Park that framed the way you imagined every dinosaur ever? They were actually recordings of animals boning, or just about to bone. Read More >>

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It Took Four Months to Recreate Jurassic Park in Minecraft, But It Was Totally Worth It

If you're not interested in watching Jurassic Park with three Ds, here's something that might change your mind: Jurassic Park, completely recreated in Minecraft. Take a tour of the magical world; it's so amazing and just as awe-inspiring as the movie version. Read More >>

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