Sunday/ the dinosaurs are coming (again)

I see it’s time for another Jurassic* Park movie this summer, the latest one set for release on June 12.   I will have to go see it in the theater for the full effect !

P.S. These geological timescales are enormous in length.  Humankind’s history goes back, oh, 5,000 years.  The Jurassic Period was some 200–145 million years ago.  During the Jurassic Period, the super-continent Pangaea started to drift apart.

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Yikes .. what a nice set of jaws those are! A ‘Sea World’ scene from a trailer of the upcoming Jurassic World movie, set for release on June 12 here in the USA.
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[From Wikipedia] The distribution of fossils across the continents is one line of evidence pointing to the existence of the super-continent Pangaea.  It formed approximately 300 million years ago and then began to break apart after about 100 million years.

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