Who Wants To See Dilophosaurus?2,314 Views12 RepliesAdd A Reply
Hey, guys! This is my first post on these forums. :)
Anyway, just thought I'd ask a simple question: does anyone here want to see Dilophosaurus in Jurassic World? I mean, it likely won't happen, but it would be cool, since we've only seen it in one of the three Jurassic Park series.
Your comments and opinions are appreciated!
Hmm, as long as its realistic id be fine with it in the movie. If they put a raptor sized spitter in again I'll be really disappointed.
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I would love to see it in JW, but not a juevenille one like in JP. I want to see a full grown, 9 ft tall, 23 ft long, full grown Dilophosaurus.
A Dilophosaurus would be cool to see. If it was full grown, all the better.
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I definatly want to see Dilophosaurus in Jurassic World. Specifically I would like to see adult Dilophosaurs in the park along with the juviniles from Jurassic park and Telltale's game. I would also like to see the development of the distinctive notch in the upper jaw and a change in color marking sexual maturity, like in this picture.
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What if adult dilophosaurs has an even more potent venom? Like it can melt stuff? Might make for some interesting scenes. Completely unrealistic though....
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Hm. I'd like to see a few. Maybe have a couple adults, and a few juveniles popping their frills at visitors.
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id love to see it, but more realistic, without frill or venom, unless its by mutacion/bioengeniering
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Dilo with no frill or venom is what i'd like to see, but they'll probably have that feature for continuities sake.
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DINOZILLA0439 - I'd greatly enjoy seeing the dilophosaurus again! Of course, I'd like to see it represented in a more realistic light. The little, venom-spitting, frilled creature - while cute - was not the predator we all know and love! :)
Yes definately, don't care if it's a juvenile or adult, accurate or unaccurate...
yes of course
this time I wanna see the adult one
hell, if the indominus rex thing turned out to be a dilo I'd be so freaking happy
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