Another (unofficial) motif from The Lost World: Jurassic Park. This one is often associated with the infamous "Rescuing Sarah" scene. It does however appear most prominently at times when everything has gone awry, and the human characters are desperately trying to salvage the current situation. Enjoy!
This video contains a scary image and intense music. Following COPPA's instructions until I feel it's safe to nix them.
A quick update regarding the future of this channel following the whole COPPA controversy. Let's just say that I'm throwing in the towel on this one.
Here's a link to Chadtronic's video about the situation. This explains things better than I ever could: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0veLrwd9CK4
The unofficial leitmotif of the Tyrannosaurus rex in The Lost World: Jurassic Park by John Williams. Unofficial because there isn't really a formally known theme for T.rex in any of the Jurassic Park/World films. Still, after listening to the second film's score for far longer than maybe I should, I believe there are enough musical cues and motifs to formulate a possible theme. Enjoy!
A quick video I cooked up following my completion of the Claire’s Sanctuary DLC from Jurassic World Evolution. This is meant to replicate life during the middle Campanian stage of the late Cretaceous period (specifically 75,600,000 years ago) in Alberta Canada. Though the title refers to Dinosaur Provincial Park, the more formally known Dinosaur Park formation also works as a location in this case. Enjoy!
Panoplosaurus mirus (played by Nodosaurus)
Gorgosaurus libratus (played by Albertosaurus)
After three months, it’s FINALLY HERE!!! A shorter episode this time around, but hopefully no less enjoyable.
Description: The end of the Jurassic brought about great change to life on planet Earth. Flowering plants and broad leaved trees became more widespread, bringing about the rise of new kinds of insects. For the dinosaurs, the Cretaceous would bring about their greatest diversification yet, both among herbivores, and carnivores.
Time: Early Cretaceous Period (Barremian Stage), 127,000,000 years ago
Location: Sussex, England (Wessex Formation)
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A video meant to test out the recently added capture feature in Jurassic World Evolution, as well as try to film something that shows dinosaurs just peacefully interacting with each other. I like to think of it as a callback to when I played Jurassic Park Operation Genesis back in the day and would just watch the dinosaurs live in harmony. Includes new intro for future videos (Dinosaurs Unleashed being excluded). Enjoy!
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