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Strangely awesome Jurassic Park illustrations

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Despite its PG rating and kid-friendly merchandise, Jurassic Park is a pretty damn nasty thrill ride featuring more gruesome deaths than our 10-year-old selves could fully deal with back in 1993.

As we near the release of Jurassic Park 3D, a talented chap, known as Pakoto, has created a set of illustrations that give a rather fun, albeit inaccurate, spin on the film that makes it seem like the dinosaurs are actually just fun-seeking scamps.

Imagine how different things could have been...

Jurassic Park 3D is released in the US on April 5th and the UK on August 30th

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