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  WHAT'S EATING YOU?
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Jurassic World
(1) He didn't want to be away from his girlfriend for a week (2) Fifty tons of food was needed each week to feed the park's fourteen herbivores and six carnivores. (3) His vintage Jurassic Park t-shirt (4) She was referring to the wall (5) Because it was smart enough to outsmart its handlers and figure out where its food was coming from.

(6) Two Indominus rexes were created, but only one survived to maturity after the elder ate its sibling. (7) Echo (8) He was pulled over the railing when he tried to wrangle a runaway pig. (9) He was at the park's Gentle Giants petting zoo

Carnosaur
The bodies he examined only had one set of claw wounds (They only differed in size) and the same internal organs were eaten
in each successive killing.
 
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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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Same species, multiple animals. No? That would be our guess if three or four sets of nearly identical claw wounds were found on whatever scraps were leftover from a raptor feeding frenzy. If that's what Dr. Raven (Ed Williams) discovered when he examined Merle's body, why did he think a single creature was responsible?
Carnosaur
Adam Simon, 1993
2. Fifteen tons and what do you get? Another day older and closer to death. It took fifty to feed all of the dinosaurs at Jurassic World, not counting the tourists and park employees that became dino-chowder. Was that per day, week or month?

3. No shirt, no shoes, not eaten. No shit? That's what the park's dress code policy should have read. Anyone who wasn't wearing the proper attire (whatever that was) wasn't allowed in. What did Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) want Lowery (Jake Johnson) to stop wearing because it was in poor taste?

4. "It's bigger than expected." "What is? Oh, that. Nevermind." Was Claire talking about the Indominus rex or the containment wall that surrounded its paddock when she uttered those same words to Masrani (Irrfan Khan)?
5. If we were Masrani, we would have told Claire to lose the trees in the creature's paddock so we could get a better look at the damn thing and make sure it wasn't hiding when it was time to be fed. That task that nearly cost one park employee his arm, not because he didn't follow the proper safety precautions, but rather ...

6. The Indominus rex ate their what? Theirs' and her's. The park was a lot safer because of it. It being what?

7. They'll be no Christmas next year, kids, for anyone who lives on Isla Nublar. Santa's eight flying reindeer were eaten by a pack of voracious velociraptors during his first (and last) trip to the island. On Charlie, Delta, Blue and who ... to the next meal!

8. You can only train an animal so well from afar. The real test comes when
you're close enough to smell its last meal. Owen (Chris Pratt), after you, before that knucklehead gets eaten. How did someone who was familiar with all of the safety precautions, fall into the raptor paddock?

9. There are some advantages to being small, but none that we can think of at a dino-themed amusement park unless one of the escaped creatures takes its eyes off of you to pursue a more fulfilling meal. Where was Gray (Ty Simpkins)
when he asked his brother to lift him up because he couldn't see?
Kids, these days. They're harder to figure out than some of our crazy questions. Take Zachy (Nick Robinson), for example. He would have given away (or sold) his free pass to Jurassic World if his parents would have allowed it. Why didn't he want to go?
Colin Trevorrow, 2015
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