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News Archive - February 2008
 
New Finds in Mexico
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 - 21:06 PM (Eastern Time)
Author: Tyrannosaur

Mongabay.com reports today on some spectacular finds in western Mexico, shedding light on the animals that lived in the Americas at the end of the Cretaceous, a time period that still has many gaps and questions for archaeologists.

So far, the only new species named is a new duck-billed hadrosaur, Velafrons coahuilensis named "Velafrons" for the sail like crest on its head, and coahuilensis for the place it was discovered.

The species is believed to have grown between 30 and 35 feet in length and lived on a peninsula that geologists think was periodically slammed by monstrous storms, which could explain the level of preservation in this specimen and several others discovered in the vicinity.

Along with this new species were discovered a large Tyrannosaurus, a ceratops, a small velociraptor and another type of hadrosaur.

We will keep you up to date on any further new classifications if they arise.


A Return To ‘Jurassic Park’ Wouldn’t Be Dino-Mite Says Star
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 - 15:48 PM (Eastern Time)
Author: TyrannosaurusMatt

Yeah.. just thought it would be best to keep some updates on the "possible" forthcoming Jurassic Park film, JP4. Heres some news from MTW Movies from last month.

They managed to get a few words from Alessandro Nivola who played Billy Brennan.

Read the article here

Fascinating stuff. :)


Sideshow Collectibles announce new product line using JP license
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 - 14:54 PM (Eastern Time)
Author: TyrannosaurusMatt

As was reported at the beginning of the year.. Sideshow Collectibles have secured rights to use the Jurassic Park license to create a series of high quality and prized statutettes based on dinosaurs from the Jurassic Park films (I assume the original '93 film is their main basis) This is a great and exciting product launch to really get the year of JP's 15th Anniversary off to a good start. Read their official press release.

The first release of the line is called "'When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth' - T-Rex VS Velociraptors" It's a diorama based on the epic battle at the closure of Jurassic Park where the tyrannosaur takes on the velociraptors giving the human survivors a chance to escape. Sideshow has a Exclusive edition only available on their website with the When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth banner.

Pre-order the Exclusive Edition from the Sideshow website here

Or alternatively, pre-order the standard edition here

Tyrannosaurus Vs Velociraptor Gallery:














There are more images available on Sideshow Collectible's website (and shall be soon added to JPL)


JP: Revelations Issue #2 is now online
Date: Saturday, February 9, 2008 - 11:55 AM (Eastern Time)
Author: TyrannosaurusMatt

Enjoyed the first installment of our JP-based action/adventure comic? Well Issue #2, the continuation of the story is now online.

Find it here

Created by our resident paleo-artist, T-PEKC. JP:R is a "Lost" based story of survival and betrayal and the sort of action we JP fans love to witness.


Jurassic Park gets "riffed"
Date: Monday, February 4, 2008 - 21:41 PM (Eastern Time)
Author: TyrannosaurusMatt

Are you familiar with Mystery Science Theater 3000? The classic series where a man and two robots speak through old science fiction films with their own unique commentary and hilarious opinions on the events happening on screen?

Well.. Jurassic Park has been rifftraxed by those comedians at RiffTrax. Yes. Jurassic Park with an "hilarious" commentary.

JPL hasn't heard the RiffTrax yet But Im sure it's an "hoot" (Ok.. Dilophosaurus pun aside)

Buy the RiffTrax for $3.99 at HERE

$3.99.. you cant go wrong with that!

Even more marvellous about this is that.. "Weird Al" Yankovi c contributes to this rifftrax. Yes, the man who himself sang about being eaten by dinosaurs at Jurassic Park joins in the fun!

Thanks to forum member Elogotar for the heads up!







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