3 science mistakes (and some successes) from the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World film saga - BBC News Mundo
  • Raphael Abuchaibe
  • BBC News World

A tyrannosaurus rex in a drive-in

image sources, Universal Studios/Amblin Entertainment

“Jurassic World: Dominion”, the last part of the cinematographic saga that Steven Spielberg began in 1993 with “Jurassic Park”, begins in prehistory.

The first 5 minutes of footage from the film, which is already in theaters in Latin America, was released on YouTube in October as part of a promotional campaign and places audiences in a world where dreadnoughtus, quetzalcoatlus and ankylosaurs They are masters and lords of the Earth.

image sources, Universal Studios/Amblin Entertainment


The battleship was so massive that scientists believe it had no predators.

At its climax, the clip shows a titanic battle: tyrannosaurus rexundisputed star of the saga so far, facing the giganotosaurusa beast 4 meters high and weighing 6 tons, which seeks to dethrone the king.

But even though it looks like Hollywood has managed to open a direct window into what our planet looked like 66 million years ago, scientists are reminding us that what we see on screen is all fiction. . With a little science included.

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