Things We Saw Today: ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Gives Fans a Way to Track Dinos Around the World
We’ve been waiting for the conclusion to the Jurassic World series, and after we left Owen and Claire in Fallen Kingdom, we were confronted with the idea of a world where dinosaurs roamed free. Despite the warning that Ian Malcolm brought, it all backfired, and the dinos that John Hammond brought to the world have now taken over.
In a fun new way of getting ready for the release of Jurassic World: Dominion, fans can now search the globe for some dinosaurs all their own. Want to find some dinos? Well, there’s a new DinoTracker to help with that! The fun new tracker shows some dinos around the world. My hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania currently has a Gallimimus running around the city. When you click on the alert, it says “A herd of Gallimimus stalled traffic on a foggy night on Washington Road.”
If you really wanted to see a Mosasaurus, there’s one in the Pacific ocean! “The cameras aboard a deep-sea survey prospecting platform caught the moment a Mosasaurus collided with the superstructure, before venturing into deeper waters.” It’s a fun way to interact with the movie and also learn about dinosaurs before heading back into the world of Jurassic Park with Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and Dr. Ian Malcolm!
(featured image: Universal)
Here are some other stories we saw out there today:
- Meta is accused of human-trafficking and union-busting in Kenya. (via Time)
- A Never Let Me Go series is in development at FX. (via Variety)
- “Sir Matthew Hale, a 17th-century jurist, has been endlessly quoted by American judges and lawyers, with awful repercussions for women.” (via The Washington Post)
- Come cry over this beautiful Our Flag Means Death art with us. (via Twitter)
- Benedict Wong has some great ideas for a Wong series on Disney+. (via Nerdist)
Anything we missed out there today, Mary Suevians? Let us know what you saw in the comments below!
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