Last Summer, a team from the Museum’s Paleontology Division went looking for fossils in the Gobi Desert. The group included Aki Watanabe, a student at the Museum’s Richard Gilder Graduate School, who was chosen as a beta-tester for Google Glass.
In this video, Watanabe shows his first find: a fossil dinosaur nest! See how Watanabe extracts the eggs and nest to package it for its return to the lab for further study.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park pinball game art by Sega.
yes i was just there the other day. not sure if it’s in all the stores but it was in mine and i dont leave in a huge popular city.
Thank you to whoever asked me about the JP toys in Toys-R-Us. I haven’t been there in forever and ended up going the next day or so. Probably had more fun than I should have but anyway, Jurassic Park toys were available at ours and I live in central Florida. Took some pics for ya’ :) I’ll post a little video too!
Retro-style Jurassic Park tin lunchbox
Coming this June from Factory Entertainment, the same good folks responsible for this raptor bobble head.
Pre-order available through Entertainment Earth.
Also, stay tuned for lots of pictures. I’m sure you’ve seen them already but pictures from Jurassic World productions sets and what not are popping up all over the place and I can’t handle disssssss
Today has been a wonderful day for Jurassic Park fans!
“TODAY IS THE DAY! JURASSIC WORLD BEGINS FILMING!The first place for shooting is at the Honolulu Zoo with lots of extras taking part. We have other exciting news too. Someone at the Universal Studios Department of Transportation uploaded these photos to Instagram today. The photos show vehicles, both new and old, heading to the film site! Looks like the old Jeep is making a come back. We don’t know what it will be used for but #29 was the one that Hammond and the lawyer rode in at the beginning of the first film. Today is a day we have been waiting over a decade for. It doesn’t seem real. Excited would be an UNDERSTATEMENT.” Source
"An interesting photo has leaked online this morning, featuring a cropped view of a potential Jurassic World Hasbro product. The image itself does not reveal any Dinosaur in particular, but the Hasbro logo is clearly visible on top of a partially visible Jurassic World logo. The logo also seems to have changed slightly, no longer resting on a “metallic” backdrop, but instead a “scaly” one.”
"The image comes to us once again from our friend Chris on Twitter. Unfortunately we have no other sources at this time reporting the image, so until we hear more, we urge readers to take the info with a grain of salt.” Image credit: @ChrisLikesDinos