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Live Chat: What Have We Learned About Dinosaurs Since Jurassic Park? (Video)

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They’re back—again. (And so are we!) Jurassic Park returned to theaters last Friday, this time in 3D. Sure, Steven Spielberg’s dinosaurs blew us away back in 1993, but paleontology has come a long way since then. How does the movie’s depiction of dinosaurs hold up 20 years later? Which species would look and behave differently if the film were made today? And will any new science rear its head in Jurassic Park IV?

Join us at 3 p.m. EDT on Thursday, 11 April, for a rescheduled live Google Hangout with dinosaur experts Stephen Brusatte, who studies dinosaur evolution at the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, and John Horner, a curator at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, and the paleontological adviser for all the Jurassic Park movies. In the meantime, leave your questions in the comments below.

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Jack Horner

Stephen Brusatte


Robert Coontz

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