The fans of "Jurassic World" can now have a look at the theme park and the 16 dinosaurs to be featured in the upcoming movie through its official website.
The dinosaurs to be shown in the film include Apatosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Mosasaurus, Stegosaurus, Gallimimus, Pachycephalosaurus, Suchomimus, Baryonyx, Parasaurolophus, Metriacanthosaurus, Pteranodon, Dimorphodon, Microceratus, Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex.
The makers of "Jurassic World" have already shared the specifications of Apatosaurus, Triceratops as well as T-Rex and the details about the rest of the dinosaurs will be unveiled in the coming days.
Here are 10 facts about the dinosaurs in the "Jurassic World"
- Dinosaurs can be divided into two categories – hot blooded and cold blooded. While carnivorous are hot, herbivorous are cold.
- The tails of some of the dinosaurs are as long as 14 meters.
- It wouldn't take more than 20 minutes for a dinosaur to run across the entire Isla Nublar at its widest.
- At least one of the sixteen dinosaurs in "Jurassic World" can have nearly everything in the botanical garden.
- The brains of most of the grown up dinosaurs are smaller than a new born human baby.
- Though the Stegosaurus back plates can grow up to 76 cms, the size of its brain is as small as a walnut.
- The weight of a fully grown Gallimimus or chicken mimic is about 224 kgs.
- The Apatosaurus can take 10 years to reach its full size and the species love to swallow stones.
- Triceratops are said to be selfie lovers and like getting scratched behind their shield.
- T-Rex has incredibly strong mocked tiny arms and is also a foodie, it can eat up to 20 metric tons of meat a year, which is equivalent to 18 cows.