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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
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Jurassic Park 3
(1) Herbivores don't fight one another (2) He thought he saw a raptor on the plane when he fell asleep. (3) The T-rex did when it sank its teeth into the Spinosaurus' neck. (4) Inevitable and Embassy. A representative from the U.S. Embassy told the Kirbys to "Accept the inevitable."
(5) Yes, they were.

(6) His first guess was a Suchimimus. (7) His parasail got tangled in the trees during his descent. (8) He hurt his leg when he tried to put his foot through a vending machine. (9) Yes, they would. A femur bone that belonged to either Nash or Cooper was found. So were Cooper's sunglasses.
(10) A school of fish swam away from the Spinosaurus when it headed towards the boat.

A Sound of Thunder
No, he didn't.
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia
What would your own child learn if you passed along that same information?

2. Dr. Grant saw something that scared the you-know-what out of him during his flight to Isla Sorna. What was it?

3. The battle between the Spinosaurus and T-rex should have been a battle for the ages. What we got instead was a fight that ended far too quickly. Which creature drew first blood?

4. If you like crosswords puzzles, you'll like this next question. We're going to provide you with two definitions. The first word starts with the letter I. The second begins with an E. Tell us what those words are and how they applied to the Kirbys' missing son.


That which cannot be avoided or evaded
Certain to happen, the official residence of an ambassador in a foreign country


5. Here's an idea for the next Rambo film: Have him parachute onto an island like the one in Jurassic Park to rescue a group of genetic scientists. If Eric could survive for eight weeks, imagine what Rambo could do. Yes, we know he'd be pushing 80, but who wouldn't love to watch him
Time Safari Inc. offered the ultimate thrill in A Sound of Thunder - the chance to hunt a living T-rex in its own habitat - the Cretaceous period. Who wouldn't pay a king's ransom for something like that? Very few, judging by the six-year waiting list. When Mr. Wallenbeck's (Armin Rhode) group returned from one of those adventures, Charles Hatton (Ben Kingsley), the company's owner, remarked, "Of all the jumps I've seen, yours' was, by far, the most courageous and skillful." Did he say that to every group that went through the time portal?
A Sound of Thunder
Eugene Lourie, 2006
If you ask us, it's never too early to start teaching your kids about dinosaurs. Dr. Sattler's 3-year-old son (Blake Bryan) didn't seem particularly interested in what Dr. Grant (Sam Neill) had to say, but we were paying attention, and hopefully you were too.
Joe Johnston, 2001
take down a raptor with just a combat knife or fire an explosive arrowhead into the gaping jaws of a T-rex? Were the gas grenades the only weapons at Eric's disposal?

6. Is a footprint enough of a clue to identify a certain species of dinosaur? It would depend on your knowledge of the species. Billy (Alessandro Nivola) couldn't have seen too many Spinosaurus tracks. If he had, he wouldn't have mistaken them for this creature.

7. There shouldn't have been anything left of Ben's (Mark Harelik) body. Not on an island full of carnivorous dinosaurs. Explain that one.

8. Picture this scenario: While hiking through an area commonly known as "Grizzly Country" in Yellowstone National Park, you and a friend come face to face with one of the awe-inspiring creatures. Your first instinct is to remain calm and hope that it wanders off. Instead, it moves closer, slowly… cautiously at first before launching itself in your direction. You've seen all of the documentaries, so you know the worst thing to do in that situation is to turn and run, but you also know the key to surviving any
animal attack lies not in outrunning the beast, but simply, the person you're with. With that said, Paul (William H. Macy) didn't seem to have any trouble keeping up with the others when the group fled the compound, but had the raptors attacked sooner, he may have become a casualty. What injury left him with a noticeable limp?

9. Paul's satellite phone was found in a pile of Spinosaurus dung. We shit you not. Would someone also find some trace of Cooper (John Diehl) and/or Nash (Bruce Young) if they dug a little deeper?

10. In the first Jurassic Park movie, Dr. Hammond's grandchildren learned how to recognize certain warnings. For instance, if they saw a heard of Gallimimus coming towards them, they could bet the house that something bigger would follow. A warning of some sorts also preceded the attack on the group's boat. Do you remember what it was?