Deep Impact (1998)

Jurassic Park III


Concept 1: Dr. Grant's team is excavating fossils in the Montana Badlands. If you listen closely, you can here a Wood Thrush in the background. There are no Wood Thrushes in Montana, and even if there are, they would not be living in a desert evironment like the one pictured.

Montana Badlands                       Wood Thrush

Concept 2: Two problems occur when Dr. Grant asks Billy to clasify Spinosaurus. First, Billy classifies it as a super-predator, where in reality it was not large enough to be a super-predator. Second, Billy gives the order of size (from smallest to largest) of the Spinosaurus, Suchomimus, and Baryonyx, in that order. However, Baryonx was only 2/3 the size of Suchomimus, and Suchomimus was 2/3 the size of Spinosaurs. Therefore, the correct order should have been Baryonyx, Suchomimus, then Spinosaurus.

Baryonyx                            Suchomimus                            Spinosaurus

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