Entertainment Jurassic Park (TF1): Is the Spielberg T-Rex close to scientific reality?

19:50  30 june  2020
19:50  30 june  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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A slow predator

If we could see, in the film Jurassic Park, a tyrannosaurus rex engaging in a chase with a vehicle, it would be nothing in reality! A biomechanics specialist has demonstrated, using a 3D simulation, that, given its weight, its skeleton and its muscle mass, the animal could not exceed 20 km per hour.

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A sociable animal

It was taken for a solitary predator, until a deposit of bones, found in Alberta (Canada), in 1996, reveals the presence of numerous specimens of all ages. According to Canadian professor Philip J. Currie, this discovery proves that the T-Rex lived in a herd and had a social organization.

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A silent killer

An examination of his hearing aid makes American paleontologist and anatomist Lawrence Witmer say that the T-Rex was particularly sensitive to sounds of very low frequencies, imperceptible to humans. He therefore emitted infrasound, far removed from the roars that can be attributed to him in the cinema. In Spielberg's film, the terrifying roar of the T-Rex was thus obtained by combining barking, cries of penguins, tigers, alligators and elephants!

Jurassic Park : this Wednesday June 30 at 9:05 p.m. on TF1

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