Wow, dinosaurs do exist, only in the movies. We wished it could happen in real life, but that would be impossible.
The first cloning was done in the in 1885 the first-ever demonstration of artificial embryo twinning in a sea urchin by Hans Adolf Eduard Driesch and later throughout the years with animals and humans. Check out the timeline of the first cloning here.
That’s what the universities and military are doing now these days; everything is top secret now. They are doing experiential in their secret labs and bunkers, that we have out there. They want to change the world and protect us from anything that happens to us. So let them do it, as long they get a good salary and paycheck, that’s fine with me.
A fly just bites me, maybe someone will catch that fly and take the DNA of it, and the DNA of that fly would be me – too late, it got zapped by a bug zapper.
Three years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, Owen Grady, and Claire Dearing return to the island of Isla Nublar to save the remaining dinosaurs from a volcano that’s about to erupt. They soon encounter terrifying new breeds of gigantic dinosaurs, while uncovering a conspiracy that threatens the entire planet. In other words, the military wanted a super-dinosaur to use in the war. Shhh… it’s top secret.
They shot on location in England, Scotland, USA and Hawaii. By the way, this was before the volcanoes erupted back in May in 2018, it was filmed a year ago. So dinosaurs were not harmed in making of this movie. Plus the explosion of the volcanoes was incredible to watch, and it looked real.
Isabella Sermon –10 years old – newcomer, her first film.
Justice Smith = He is known for Paper Town (2015), the Thunderman’s The TV series (2014 – 2015)
Daniella Pineda – She is known for The Originals (2013), and Sleeping with other People (2015)
Rafe Spall – He is known for BFG (2016), and The Big Short (2015)
Toby Jones – He is known for Captain America (2011), Hunger Games (2012), and Christopher Robin (August 2018)