The new Jurassic World short film gets a lot of facts about dinosaurs wrong. That's OK!

The new Jurassic World short film gets a lot of facts about dinosaurs wrong. That's OK!

A dinosaur named Oviraptor is shown eating eggs, some complained, because of an old, mistaken assumption that the original specimen was a nest thief. Flying pterosaurs are depicted diving after fish—despite scientific evidence that they would have ...
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from: Slate Magazine

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