Post by Supersaurus on Apr 4, 2009 10:13:24 GMT -5
In Jurassic park, the Raptors were all female hence the similar colours, and in JP2, they were orange with dark stripes. Now I realise this is because some were male, and male - female animals usually differ colour-wise in life, but what about the 'blue' Raptors in Jurassic Park 3? How many variations of the Raptors are there on the islands and why the need for the film makers to change the colour scheme again anyway?
I know feathers were added too, but this is just to keep up to date with science. I'd like to know why the colours were altered dramatically also. Was it to just have a change?
Post by yankeetrex on Aug 31, 2009 10:39:14 GMT -5
The raptors were all different species. The TLW raptors were on another part of the island than the JP3 raptors. Its possible they used frog DNA on the first 2 species and then used bird dna for the last.
Post by Supersaurus on Sept 1, 2009 14:18:55 GMT -5
You've hit on a point I pondered over myself. It actually looks like the film makers wanted to erase the previous Raptor designs and have the new 'updated' look as Grant remembered them to be in his first experience.
I love the movie Jurassic Park, the one with Chris Pratt. I watched the first up until the last one. I think the raptors from the last movie is a "hybrid" one. That's why they are smarter and faster. I never noticed it anyway. You have a keen eyes! Though I like the old Jurassic Park and it's much better for me. Anyway, you can download Among Us, play with us download and can even play with other people from all over the world. You might want to try as well, Prodigy Math Games Online for your little ones.