If you grew up in the 90s, you’ve probably seen one of the most epic movies to ever hit the big screen. In 1993, Steven Spielberg directed the movie Jurassic Park, a film that tells the story of an island with a dinosaur theme park that houses real dinosaurs, cloned from DNA found in mosquitoes trapped in amber and brought back to life. John Hammond, the parks owner, invites four individuals, together with his grandchildren, to check the park out for the first time. However, a worker from the park tries to take the dinosaur embryos in a bid to sell it on the black market, causing the whole electricity system to shut off. It then becomes a survival game for everyone on the island as the dinosaurs break free of their enclosures.
Contrary to popular belief, a Tyrannosaurus Rex does not have the brain the size of a walnut. Tyrannosaurus Rexes are actually very intelligent dinosaurs, with their brains much bigger then a human brain.
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