Could you survive a dinosaur theme park visit gone awry? Take our quiz!

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One minute you’re cruising through a dinosaur theme park in your Land Rover, enjoying swelling music as herbivore dinosaurs raise their long, mighty necks, and the next you’re dodging a T. rex that has chosen you – insignificantly fleshy thing – as its second breakfast.

Do you have the dinosaur smarts to make it out of this park alive?

By , Contributor

1. You hop into a jeep and begin cruising through the park's Jurassic zone. Welcome to the park! Enjoy the swelling music! But wait, if something terrible were to happen here – say, all the electrical systems failed and the dinosaurs went loose in the park – what dinosaur of the below choices should you be most worried about in the Jurassic zone?

The Allosaurus, a cousin to the T. rex and a ferocious predator at the top of its food chain, lived during the Jurassic Period, about 200 to 145 million years ago. The other dinosaurs listed all lived during the late Cretaceous Period, about 145 to 60 million years ago and ending with a mass extinction event that wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs. Yes, the 1993 movie “Jurassic Park” was actually a “Cretaceous Park.”

The Allosaurus, a cousin to the T. rex and a ferocious predator at the top of its food chain, lived during the Jurassic Period, about 200 to 145 million years ago. The other dinosaurs listed all lived during the late Cretaceous Period, about 145 to 60 million years ago and ending with a mass extinction event that wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs. Yes, the 1993 movie “Jurassic Park” was actually a “Cretaceous Park.”

The Allosaurus, a cousin to the T. rex and a ferocious predator at the top of its food chain, lived during the Jurassic Period, about 200 to 145 million years ago. The other dinosaurs listed all lived during the late Cretaceous Period, about 145 to 60 million years ago and ending with a mass extinction event that wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs. Yes, the 1993 movie “Jurassic Park” was actually a “Cretaceous Park.”

The Allosaurus, a cousin to the T. rex and a ferocious predator at the top of its food chain, lived during the Jurassic Period, about 200 to 145 million years ago. The other dinosaurs listed all lived during the late Cretaceous Period, about 145 to 60 million years ago and ending with a mass extinction event that wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs. Yes, the 1993 movie “Jurassic Park” was actually a “Cretaceous Park.”

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Tyrannosaurus rex

 

Achillobator

 

Allosaurus

 

Deinonychus

 
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