Jurassicworld.com dinosaur mistakes 2.6,156 Views4 RepliesAdd A Reply
Okay, lets continue from where we left off.
Stegosaurus has changed very little, but there are still slight differences. This is what Stegosaurus currently looks like,
and this is what it looked like in The Lost World.
As you can see, there is very little difference, apart from the face and tail spikes (which seem to have shrunk in the latest picture). One interesting thing is the sudden colour change of the plates in the cretaceous cruise picture (it could be explained as blood vessels in the plates).
Thats all I can say for now, but soon I will make a new one called differences in JP movies. It will be about how certain dinosaurs are different in JP, TLW and JP3 (not JW).
Thank goodness the spikes don't look as small on the actual animal than in the JW profile pic.
I believe Stegosaurus is the second closest to the original designs on the website (Gallimimus comes in first). Nice job on this!
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Other than seeing just how anatomically inaccurate those dinosaurs are (and I don't mean feathers, I literally mean body proportions), those are design choices.
Ugh, it hurts to see the poor creatures... I know this is a monster movie, but was it hard to have at least the same bone proportions? Media would still love it! :P
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TLW Stegosaurus is better.
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