Post by Supersaurus on Apr 4, 2009 10:12:29 GMT -5
Not really a blooper, but an interesting note:
In the Jurassic Park film, the Dilophosaurus (Spitter) was portrayed as having an extending frill (like the frilled lizard of today) and the ability to spit venom to immobilise its prey.
According to scientific research on the fossils, there's no evidence to support the existance for these special features, and so it's clear that some artistic licence was used to make the Dilophosaur more interesting and less likely to be confused with the Raptors. It was also reduced in size from the real-life 12ft dinosaur to just 4ft. This may have been done to make the scene with Dennis Nedry possible, and again to avoid confusion with the Raptors.
Post by Supersaurus on Sept 4, 2009 14:11:03 GMT -5
I think even Nedry would know what the Rex is like, especially as they had one. Don't you think he would had checked it out as least once in the time he's been working there?
When he referred to 'Big brothers', I really think he means the adult Spitters. He may have recognised the calls it made before he turned around to face it, and thought it might be an adult Spitter, then was relieved to find a juvenile.
Or, if he hadn't realised he was in the Spitter pen, he might had thought the calls came from another, yet possibly still dangerous dino. But I doubt he'd thought an adult rex would make little sounds like the young Dillo was making.
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