12 March 2012
Time change Mondays are always difficult to handle; going back to work with your brain used to a different time set is a lot like jet lag. Cearadactylus very unseen pterosaur, which is fairly odd given its literary history. Cearadactylus was given a nod in the novel Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton as the pterosaur of choice in the aerial dome which Dr. Grant and the children must traverse via the river. That scene was cut completely from the Spielberg film but acknowledged in the third film with a rather more chaotic encounter. Some say the third movie is not anywhere near as good as the first two, but I liked it, so I have a slightly different opinion. However, as far as video is concerned, there is a dinosaur park in Poland where an animatronic Cearadactylus sits guarding a nest that someone has been kind enough to film
and as far as Jurassic Park is concerned, you can judge for yourself how close the movie stayed to the original animals in the book (it's not close, but it's enjoyable anyhow).