'Jurassic Park' For Real? Dino-Chicken Experiment Underway


From: NextMovie

Beware, good sir: Nature will find a way.

Montana State University paleontologist Jack Horner served as a consultant on "Jurassic Park," but apparently all of the film's cautionary elements -- like the fact that what you bring back to life could kill you -- went over his head, as he's set to create his own modern dinosaur hybrid.

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Somewhat luckily, Horner isn't looking to make a T-Rex (although apparently not for lack of trying) but a ... chicken.

A dino-chicken, anyway.

"The whole idea of making a dinosaur came from ["Jurassic Park" author Michael Crichton's] original idea," Horner told Hollywood.com. "I kept thinking, 'There's got to be a way to do this.'"

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