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'Jurassic Park' But With Ferrets Instead Of Dinosaurs

We'd watch it. We also would just like a moment to thank photoshop for existing and for people who decide to create such random works of art. The internet wouldn't be the same without those people. 

For some reason, someone out there has decided to take the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World films and replace the dinosaurs within them with giant ferrets. We're not even mad about it, we'd absolutely watch this new franchise in a heartbeat! 

Giant ferrets just quadrupled our hearts for these adorable fuzzy cuties. Who wouldn't want a park full of giant, possibly ferocious, ferrets to hang with?

jurassic park still but instead of dinosaurs just giant ferrets - thumbnail of cute giant ferret laying down as sam neill and laura dern tend to it funny photoshopped images
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Ben Hed's 'Clever' Take On New Jurassic Park-Based Comic

Ben Hed, commonly known as Pet_Foolery, has done it again! Besides his famous 'Pixie and Brutus' comics, he also creates any animal-related comics, and seems to really enjoy including dinosaurs into that animal-mix! 

And what's a better dinosaur film than Jurassic Park? If you have yet to see Jurassic Park (for some unknown and truly confusing reason), you may not understand just how "clever" this comic truly is. If you have seen the film, then you'll get it without question or a doubt. 

If you're looking for more dino-related comics by Ben Hed, we've got you covered! 

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funny meme showing what the perfect movie may look like with a dinosaur a priest and ninjas
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What's not to love? There are dinosaurs AND ninjas!
Also, absolutely loving the creativity that was put into this. 


Check out more memes from 30 Fresh Memes via the site ebaumsworld.


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Engagement Photos Just Got a Jurassic Upgrade and We're Here for It

"T-Rexing" is sure to be the next engagement photo trend thanks to a creative photographer team in Spokane, Washington. We can't stop laughing at these photos. They're just so... clever.

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Most Awesome Mechanical GIFs Of The Week

When life goes right it's like a machine working perfectly. If you're the kind of person who likes analogies like this, then we reckon you'll love these mechanical GIFs. 

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Gigantic Flying Creature Terrorized Other Dinosaurs

It's hard to imagine dinosaurs being afraid of anything, aside from attacks from other dinosaurs. But scientists have just discovered the fossil of a behemoth creature that did just that, preying on dinosaurs. Dear god.

scientists discovered fossil of pterosaur, a huge reptile that ate dinosaurs
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Pet Foolery Is Back With A New Comic Series About Dinosaurs

From the beloved popular comic artist, PetFoolery, creator of "Pixie and Brutus" comes a new prehistoric foolery! PetFoolery has created a new account and comic featuring dinosaurs and they're just as amazing as they sound. 

If you haven't already, follow @ago_comics for more delightful comics! 

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The T-Rex Had An Air Conditioner Built Into It's Head

Yep, you read that headline right. A new study suggests that the king of the dinosaurs had a special skull that acted like an internal air conditioning unit, cooling it down in hot weather. Pretty cool (geddit?).  

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We’ve all seen balloon animals. You’ve got your poodles, giraffes, and swords that make a child’s birthday fun for about five seconds. But for World Balloon Modeling champion Mark Verge, that’s just kid’s stuff.

Mark has built one of the world’s largest balloon sculptures, a life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex. This humongous balloon animal had to be made in haste before the balloons went extinct, all 1,400 of them. It’s 12-feet tall and 43-feet long and was constructed in about 40 hours in two days.

via Lee Pacey

Verge makes big sculptures, including costumes, dump trucks, and motorcycles, winning six world competitions. He can also do the clown stuff, but with a little thing we call “artistry.” He can make a monkey on a tree and a fish on a rod, which, honestly, are almost as cool as the dinosaur.

Check out this latest episode of the “Coolest Thing I’ve Ever Made” for more.

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If there’s one thing we know about reviving dinosaurs for a theme park, it’s that it all starts with something encased in amber.

Dr. John Hammond in the film Jurassic Park resurrects the dinosaurs with a sample of blood from a mosquito. Who knows what he could do with this: A 99-year-old feathered dinosaur tail, which was recently discovered in a Myanmar market.

via National Geographic

The amber is “roughly the size of an apricot” and “captures one of the Earliest moments of differentiation between the feathers of birds of flight and the feathers of dinosaurs.” Though, because of these feathers, the dinosaur was probably unable to fly. This means scientists could actually see the color of the tail, which was “described as chestnut brown with a pale or white underside.”

Of course, up until now, we had thought that discovering something in amber was the first step toward opening a theme park of dinosaurs and getting your grandchildren attacked by a velociraptor or something. But we do we know, we just saw Jurassic Park. It’s not like that makes you an expert in dino attacks and how to prevent them.

via National Geographic

Like many of these types of amber, this one was actually meant to be sold as jewelry. This was just one of two dozen purchased from a Myanmar market. Lisa Xing of the China University of Geoscience, who led the research, told National Geographic that because conflicts between the Myanmar government and the Kachin Independence Army are “nearing end,” the Hukawng Valley, where these ambers are found, will open up and more discoveries can be made.

"Maybe we can find a complete dinosaur.” he said.

And all we can do is watch in horror as this paleontologist casually begins a Jurassic Park scenario that we’re all destined to become wrapped up in.

via Jurassic Park Films

Walking with dinosaurs on Cable Beach in Broome. There are hundreds and hundreds of ancient trackways along the coast,...

Posted by ABC Kimberley on Monday, September 5, 2016
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While walking on Broome, Australia's, Cable Beach, a woman stepped into a giant bird-like footprint of a Tyrannosaurus-like dinosaur that had been revealed by receding sands on the highly-popular tourist beach area.



The area has had dinosaurs discovered there before, but never in such a high-trafficked area, around so many tourists. Current theories are that the dinosaurs are actually still living amongst us, dressed in mumus, and getting their hair braided while on beach vacations, or training for Australian Navy exercises.



Read more about the discovery here.


Actual photo of Labor Day on Cable Beach:



Watch out, Olivia.