Posted Aug-07-2012 1:59 AM
Hi guys and gals, I made this thread to know your views about predatory dinosaurs that you would like to see in the movie. [img]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p589/jokerdeldesierto/icnitas_cayosg.jpg[/img]
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I would rather hope to see the Compy's (Compsognathus) make a come back. I always enjoyed them, and would hope to see them once more.
I would really like to see a Carnotaurus in JPIV. [img]http://images.wikia.com/prehistoricearth/images/6/69/Carnotaurus.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.search4dinosaurs.com/carnotaurus.jpg[/img]
good choice, I saw this in Terra Nova, btw, in the novel "The Lost World" the Carnotaurus can change the color of their skin for camouflage.
[email protected] It would be awesome if they could change the color of their skin!
I would like to see Allosaurus and Giganotosaurus too in a confrontation. One of them would play the role of T-rex from the other ones. [img]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Wp1YfozLnS4/T0CPKFuY1JI/AAAAAAAAANc/XDZRbPO1WLE/s1600/Allosaurus_z1.jpg[/img]
Have you heard of phoenix asteroids? They glow in every color of the rainbow...they travel endlessly through space...
Carnotaurus remains have actually been found with tissue samples attached (fossilized of course). And study of this fossilized tissue has proved some very large similarities between chameleon cells and the Carnotaurus skin cells. It would be really awesome to include this in JP4. However I really do not think that you can take away the fame from the T-Rex. I mean they tried it with JP3 and it did not really work, people liked the Spinosaur I think everyone prefers the T-Rex due the original movie. Also the Raptors are a huge part of the both the books and the movie. I really think that the Rex and the Raptors have to be included. But there will be room for more of course I think Carnotaurus could fill the spot perfectly. Carnotaurus has stealth, the Raptors are smart (and awesome) and the Rex has brute strength... I don't know if we will see the Spino again, I guess that all depends if the movie is set back on Isla Sorna.
[img]http:/images.Wikia.com/jurassicpark/images/f/f0/D/img]I would really like to see Ceolophysis a so called cannibalistic Theropod of the Late Triassic which lived 228-200 million years ago, first described in 1881, found in U.S.A., it's length was about c.3 m (10 ft) and it weighed around 20-30 kg (44-66 lb). It's famous for the location of it's discovery the Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. It was uncovered in 1947 by Edwin Colbert who died just 11 years ago.
I also was thinking of a large dromaeosaurid like the Austroraptor. [img]http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p589/jokerdeldesierto/austroraptor_01.jpg[/img]
How about Megaraptor, make him cool looking, he's already a T.Rex look with arms of Spinosaurus. Just make him have three huge claws that are leathal. And make his tail into a weapon with feather spikes. The military won't stand a chance! The
Would be cool to have a surprise appearance of a MEG.
I would like to see the T-Rex as the main predator again. Velociraptors could bring some action too. I would like more dinosaurs fighting together, or canivors hunting herbivors. T-Rex could take his revenge agains't the Spinosaurus. Here is my wish list for JP4: Land Predators -Tyrannosaurus Rex -Velociraptors -Allosaurus -Carcharodontosaurus -Spinosaurus (Die from T-Rex fight) -Baryonyx -Dilophosaurus -Troodons -Ornithosuchus Aquatic Predators -Mosasaurus -Deinosuchus -Megalodon -Plesiosaurus
Huge fan of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Jurassic Park I and II movies. Hope the King will gets his revenge in Jurassic Park IV.
Cryolophosaurus [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/55/CryolophosaurusDB.jpg/456px-CryolophosaurusDB.jpg[/img] raptors of any kind Guanlong [img]http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2011/039/c/a/guanlong_wucaii__version_2_by_kazanlak10-d3942yr.png[/img] and dilophosaurus needs a comeback.
T Rex Spinosaurus Suchomimus Ceratosaurus Marshosaurus Ornithlestes Compsognathus Utahraptor,or any other large killer raptor Carnotaurus
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