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Four Freakiest Dinosaurs That Should Be in 'Jurassic Park 4'

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October 16, 2012
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Dinosaurs are a huge part of pop culture due to the success of the 'Jurassic Park' movies. Tyrannosaurus Rex is a household name, but John Basedow found four freakishly bizarre, lesser known dinosaurs that could steal T-Rex's thunder if Steven Spielberg casts them in 'Jurassic Park 4'.


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