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Re: Jurassic Park 4 - new dinosaur, no feathers (saved from truncation)

Just in case it was truncated for other folks --
David Orr wrote:

Yes absolutely. I ran down a plausible, meaningful scenario for feathered dinos here - http://chasmosaurs.blogspot.com/2013/03/jurassic-park-4-lost-cause.html

I'm sure it could work, and believe there could be a way JP4 could be as meaningful to this time as the original was in the early 90s.


On Apr 9, 2013 10:56 AM, <quailspg@frii.com> wrote:

Rick wrote:

Maybe it's because the first 3 movies didn't have feathered dinosaurs, and the the in-universe twist that's driven all the movies is that they used frog DNA to fill out the missing pieces. Weak, perhaps, but maybe they thought it was a better choice than just suddenly having a feathered dino.

You would think that some *creative*, if not *scientific*, explanation
could be cooked up for the sudden appearance of feathers for an
audience-friendly Jurassic Park re-boot.

-- Donna Braginetz