Just depends on how well you pay attention to the movie and how well you know about the objects in the movie. The first scientific inaccuracy I am going to explain is about the Velociraptor and for those who do not know is a dinosaur, obviously. In the movie, the Velociraptor are big pack hunters capable with very advanced
In both the movies Jurassic Park and Jurassic World many ethical principles are seen as going wrong. The dinosaurs were created genetically out of labs and by taking dinosaur DNA from mosquitoes and using frogs to create the rest of the dinosaurs. The information about how the dinosaurs were exactly made was concealed from the people; creating harmful, dangerous dinosaurs. Due to the lack of security and protection of the dinosaurs, they were able to roam around and act like the true animal that they were, carnivores. Causing a lot of danger and destruction.
The first theory is that Nessie is a cryptocleidus, a prehistoric plesiosaur, because it is the only animal that matches the creatures characteristics (Yorke 20). Evidence to support the theory is due to a colony of plesiosaurs, which are aquatic reptiles said to be extinct 65.5 million years ago, possibly residing in Loch Ness (Redfern 118). Also, due to a minor theory that the prehistoric dinosaur may have survived Global Warming issues, on Earth (Kallen 31). Some skeptics disprove this theory by saying a plesiosaur is not a warm blooded animal and that they were not made to survive Loch Ness’ average 41 degrees fahrenheit waters (Redfern 118). The second theory is the monster is a gigantic eel, which was considered impossible because an eel is incapable of moving the way Nessie is said to move and also due to the fact they cannot be 30 to 40 feet in length (Redfern 118-119).
A ‘living fossil’ has been determined as ‘an organism that has remained essentially unchanged from earlier geological times and who’s close relatives are usually extinct’ (Merriam-Webster, 1859). This is suggesting that the Duck-billed Platypus, more commonly known as the Platypus, would still be in its primitive form and have similar characteristics to it ancestors. Anyone looking at the Platypus can identify its abnormalities as it is so distinctively unique in the animal kingdom. Its name on its own is a contradiction as we know that the Platypus is not the same species as a duck, yet they have been brought together. Anyone observing the animal can see that it has a bill and webbed feet like a duck, sleek fur like an otter, and a paddle-shaped tail like a beaver.
 That is what the rumors speak but is there anything to this mythical figure, beyond tales and vivid imaginations?  Modern genetics has been brought to bear on the Himalayan Yeti in the last few years.  The yeti is one of several supposed ape-men.  Elsewhere in the world, people tell tales of bigfoot or Sasquatch. The Yeti has its origins in folklore and is an ancient and important part of the legends and history of the Sherpa, the communities that live at an average
The mysterious and intriguing Olmec civilization began approximately 1200 B.C. more than 1,500 years before the Maya’s, and prospered until 400 B.C. and is considered by many scientist as an influential culture for all the subsequent Mesoamerican cultures such as the Maya and the Aztecs. Nevertheless, the Olmec civilization generates anxiety due to all the mysteries that are buried in time. Scientist still do not know what they called themselves, as “Olmec” was the Aztec name which meant “Rubber people.” Due to the lack of archeological evidence to indicate their ethnic origins and exact settlement period.
It is considered to be “the closest thing to a living dinosaur” (Visiting the Heart of Alligator Country). People ask why or how an alligator could be compared to such a large extinct reptile. Well here is how. An adult alligator can “exert more than 1000 pounds per square inch of force” when biting or holding on to something. Once an alligator “closes it jaw on a limb the force is so great that getting the alligator to open its mouth again is virtually impossible “ (Strawn 43 ).
Merlyn turns Wart into a snake, and meets T. Natrix. T Natrix tells Wart a old story about the dinosaurs. There were two types of dinosaurs, a bloodthirsty carnivorous dinosaur and a peaceful herbivore. The carnivorous dinosaurs eventually went extinct after losing a war with the herbivores, and eating themselves because of starvation and their bloodthirsty needs. Eventually, there was one herbivore left.
Studies show that Paranthropus was not widely adaptable to their surroundings and therefore their bodies were adapted to favourable environmental conditions. Because it was a specialist species, it had more difficulty adapting to a changing climate, leading to its extinction. This allowed the scientific community to make base comparisons between the Homo genus and the Paranthropus Genus, citing that the Homo genus succeeded where the Paranthropus failed by adapting to a wide range of foods included in their