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Alternative Jurassic Park posters

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If Jurassic Park taught us anything, it’s that you shouldn’t mess with nature and evolution and all that.

However, when it comes to tampering with the promo posters for the film, the rule of thumb seems to be: mess all you like.

And while Steven Spielberg’s 1993 smash hit was an adventure 65 million years in the making, these posters are much more immediate. Which is perhaps good for all involved.

So remember; messing with dinosaurs is a big no-no, but messing with film posters is a big yes-yes.

You can also take the Jurassic Park quiz here.

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