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Posted Jul-31-2012 12:57 AM

Here's hoping that they incorporate some prehistoric marine life in Jurassic Park 4! Our planet is over 75% ocean after all![img]http://www.oceansofkansas.com/Varner/varn11.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.fulcrumgallery.com/product-images/P683979-81/prehistoric-marine-life.jpg[/img]

17 Responses to The Oceans of Prehistoric Earth

David 1

Jul-31-2012 3:52 PM

That would be pretty neat. And an interesting perspective as well. Underwater life is fascinating. We still have lots to find down there. Great post.

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The Limbix

Aug-05-2012 8:09 PM

This would be very exciting, however will they break away from the tried and true Raptors... In the books there is mention of some water based life that had been created, for example something lives in the pond/lake near the opening scene where the Helicopter lands.

shambs

Aug-07-2012 1:39 AM

I want to see Liopleurodon, Elasmosaurus and Dunkleosteus :p

shambs

Aug-07-2012 2:42 AM

a good crocodile would be great too :-D [img]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p589/jokerdeldesierto/rm_sarcosuchus.jpg[/img] [img]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p589/jokerdeldesierto/tumblr_llt0hqePs31qbefzbo1_500.jpg[/img]

Sky

Aug-07-2012 1:08 PM

Gator is still the one alive all these years.

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Xenomorph 54

Aug-07-2012 2:05 PM

@Shambhala Agreed. And I think that crocodile's name is Sarcosuchus.

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Xenomorph 54

Aug-07-2012 5:19 PM

And the second picture crocodile is Deinosuchus.

Have you heard of phoenix asteroids? They glow in every color of the rainbow...they travel endlessly through space...

The Limbix

Aug-07-2012 5:30 PM

Also with Jurassic Park: The Game having a marine facility around Isla Nubla, it is totally possible that a marine predator could be included. However it all depends on if they script writers take us back to the islands or not. Also with the Marine Facility not being in the books, who knows if it was destroyed when the Costa Rican government napalmed the island. All I can imagine is Moby Dick kinda movie where the Navy are hunting down a massive sea creature that is killing fisherman and destroying boats (or Jaws, and Lake Placid type movie). But the idea to include a new predator may allow for at least some marine threat, here is hoping any ways.

shambs

Aug-08-2012 7:06 AM

LOL sorry, I made a big mistake with the Dunkleosteus...because the DNA comes from mosquitoes fossilized in amber so it is impossible that an marine animal of the Devonian can be revived by bioengineering. XDD

Xenomorph 54

Aug-08-2012 7:59 AM

@Shambhala The devonian is one of my favorite periods...that's when fish started evolving into super-predators like stethacanthus, hyneria and, like you mentioned, Dunkleosteus.

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shambs

Aug-08-2012 8:23 AM

@Eustreptospondylus 54, yeah is a very interesting period indeed and btw I think a Sarcosuchus or Deinonychus attacking a T-Rex would be nice :p

Xenomorph 54

Aug-08-2012 8:29 AM

@Shambhala Yeah that would be nice... How about Xenomorph vs Velociraptor?

Have you heard of phoenix asteroids? They glow in every color of the rainbow...they travel endlessly through space...

shambs

Aug-08-2012 8:38 AM

@Eustreptospondylus 54 see tha Deaconraptor [img]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p589/jokerdeldesierto/velocideacon.jpg[/img]

Xenomorph 54

Aug-12-2012 3:38 PM

Very, very nice Shambs/Mapusoul!!

Have you heard of phoenix asteroids? They glow in every color of the rainbow...they travel endlessly through space...

RiverRyder

Sep-15-2012 10:01 PM

I would like to see a tyrant marine predator such as liopleurodon or a mosasaurus.

backinaction

Dec-23-2013 12:40 PM

dinosaurs: took over the land, air, and oceans during the mesozoic era!

GODZILLA HIMSELF

Jan-26-2014 12:35 PM

actually, just the land. pterasaurs were in the sky and various marine reptiles inhabited the oceons.

king of the monsters

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