Emerging from the blur of activity with human skeletons from "Things to do when you're dead" (if you're interested in this, you're too late! Maybe you should have subscribed to news at Dying for Life), I can confess to having spent ages this month actually thinking about dinosaurs. This isn't because ITV2 just showed Jurassic World (again). Though it was nice to be reminded of Chris Pratt's zookeeping prowess of velociraptors... by jumping in front of them with his arms out.
20 years on from Jurassic Park, Jurassic World has been brought to our screens. (Yes, you read that right, 20 years! 22 years actually, Jurassic Park was released in June 1993. Doesn't time fly?) And despite a count of 36 sins on the Everything Wrong With Jurassic Park video, they somehow neglect to mention that most of the dinosaurs featured, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Velociraptor, lived in the Cretaceous Period.
I will admit that the Jurassic did have the Brachiosau