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    The T-Rex from Jurassic Park 3 (Theory)

    The T-Rex from Jurassic Park 3 (Theory)

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    Ganimes V.8

    Nov-24-2019 5:05 AM

    Lets ignore the battle,if Spino won,Spino won,its the Company's fault Spino won,and stop saying T-Rex won,ok,lets get back on track.

    I didn't read anything about Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic Park 2 so this might be on some Jurassic Park Book,in my Theory,somehow the 2 T-Rexes from JP2 died and their son was alone,and the baby Rex grew up all by himself,eating small Dinos to big Dinos,when he became and adult or teen he suddenly saw a parachute,he didn't see anything that used the parachute,then some days passed and he saw a plane,he heard a loud roar,he then hunted a Triceratops or Stegosaurus (We can't see the head of the dead Dino).He spotted some humans,some of them ran,so he began to chase them until he met a Spino,then the battle everyone hates has started.

    So in my Theory,the Baby Rex from JP2 is the Teen/Adult Rex from JP3.

    "I hope,one day,i will go to the U.S.A..."

    Ganimes V.8,December 10th 2019

    5 Responses to The T-Rex from Jurassic Park 3 (Theory)

    Flyleaf-Rapt0r

    Nov-24-2019 9:11 AM

    Interesting theory.

    The days are leading up to Smashmas, my friends!

     

    Spinosaurus Rex

    Nov-24-2019 10:47 AM

    I think I remember that people from the production crew have came forth to shut down the idea of that the Tyrannosaur from JP3 is the baby from the TLW. 

    The way I’ve always looked at that theory was somebody had made it up along the way because they were upset over the T-Rex loosing, and so they started spreading rumors that it was a juvenile and also the one from TLW. The one from JP3 was listed at 37 ft  and was a buck, which is in perfect size range for most T-Rex skeletons ever found and likely the average size. 

    Sue was measured to be 43 ft in length and has always been described to be a very large specimen. On the same hand, the Spinosaurus in JP3 was listed at 43 ft as well, a full 17ft under the maximum size affiliated with it in the year 2001. 

    So, I’ve always begged the question that why is it some people choose to believe that the T-Rex is a juvenile and undersized when they’ve also failed to consider the Spinosaurus being far undersized as well? This isn’t me being aggressive, this is just food for thought.

    Xenotaris

    Nov-24-2019 10:09 PM

    I highly doubt that Mr. Green (JP III Rex) is junior, because Junior had a different color scheme. He was blue and dark green like his father, Mr. Green was puke light mossy green.

    Also Mr. Green made no indication he was junior, no references to his injury: no scar or even a limp. 

    I hate this fan theory for a variety of reasons.

    MinecraftDinoKaiju

    Nov-25-2019 9:59 AM

    Well, you never know if the injury fully healed, but yeah. Even saying that is a bit of a stretch.

    Xenotaris

    Nov-25-2019 12:38 PM

     Well having a scar on the JPIII Rex's leg would have indicated that this was junior but yeah.  Juniour had a different color scheme than the JPIII Rex, some fan theorist thinks the baby grew up and changed colors due age. Yeah this don't make sense the baby rex has the color scheme as an adult male Rex.

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