'Jurassic World' And Its Dino-Sized Inaccuracies
The "Jurassic Park" reboot has hit theaters and scientists can't stop talking about what the movie's creators got wrong.By Ben Lawson | June 13, 2015
You might have already heard this a time or two but sometimes Hollywood ignores science for spectacle and "Jurassic World" is no different. Scientists just can't decide whether that's a bad thing or not.
Since the trailer dropped, there have been all sorts of thinkpieces on the inaccuracies in the movie.
See that giant fish monster? That's called a Mosasaurus. However, scientists have written it shouldn't be that big, it shouldn't have that frill on it's back and it's not technically considered a dinosaur since it doesn't live on land. Those teeth, though. Those are real.