@jtescolies19 asked 5 months ago.

Yeah. "ooh, ah," that's how it always starts. but then later there's running and screaming?

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@jackyy answered 4 months ago.

We couldn’t resist having a little fun with the science behind the new “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” movie.

As Jeff Goldblum’s character says in the first film of the series, “Jurassic Park,” “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”

Prompted by a discussion on National Public Radio’s “1A” about the actual science behind the fantasy, we wondered about the challenges dinosaurs would present to our veterinarians.

If real-life scientists do succeed in bringing dinosaurs back to life, hospital director Dr. Tim Hackett and his trusty sidekick Dr. Matt Johnston, chief of the Avian, Exotic, and Zoological Medicine service, will be ready to care for them.

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@Juliann answered 4 months ago.

Yeah. "Ooh, ah," that's how it always startsBut then later there's running and screaming. ... Its that damn sleeve that bothers me so much. Why the hell is it

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@Gaurii answered 5 months ago.

Ooh, ah,’ that’s how it always starts. But then later there’s running and screaming.” 22 Jun, 2018. By Kristen Browning-Blas. If dinosaurs were real, Dr. Tim Hackett would know how to care for them. We couldn’t resist having a little fun with the science behind the new “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” movie. As Jeff Goldblum’s character says in the first film of the series, “Jurassic Park,” “Your scientists were …

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