Are'Jurassic Park' and its sequel 'The Lost World' good learning resources?;Discover dinosaurs;Discovery series

16th July 1999 at 01:00
Dinosaur experts believe they are. The cloning from mosquitos preserved in amber is not possible although it provides plenty of discussion points. The dinosaurs themselves, though, reconstructed with advice from top experts, are as accurate as early Nineties knowledge could make them.

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