Jurassic World’s Biggest Carnivore Line Is A Lie (& Alan Grant Knows It)

Giganotosaurus is believed to be one of the largest carnivores in the world, but most evidence supports the popular belief that Spinosaurus is actually the largest carnivore. It is certainly strange that a scientific expert like Dr. Alan Grant is wrong about this fact. Not only should he know the evidence is against Giganotosaurus being the largest carnivore, but he’s personally seen one with his own eyes before. Jurassic World: Dominion. During the events of Jurassic Park 3Grant repeatedly encounters a Spinosaurus, which is why his lie in the Jurassic World 3 the trailer makes no sense.

Since Alan Grant should know that the Spinosaurus is larger than the Giganotosaurus, the Jurassic the franchise could once again change its dinosaur facts with Jurassic World: Dominion. The previous two installments made a lot of size-related mistakes, such as Velociraptors and Stegosaurus being too big, while Dilophosaurus and Pachycephalosaurs are too small. Changing the Giganotosaurus could continue this confusion, while ensuring that Jurassic World: Dominion includes the Jurassic the biggest dinosaur in the franchise – even if that’s not factually correct.


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The Giganotosaurus is estimated to be one of the world’s largest carnivores, but most evidence supports the widespread belief that the Spinosaurus is actually the biggest carnivore. It is certainly odd that a scientific expert like Dr. Alan Grant would get this fact wrong. Not only should he know that the evidence is against the Giganotosaurus being the biggest carnivore, but he has personally seen one with his own two eyes before Jurassic World: Dominion. During the events of Jurassic Park III, Grant repeatedly encounters a Spinosaurus, which is why his lie in the Jurassic World 3 trailer doesn’t make any sense.
Since Alan Grant should know the Spinosaurus is bigger than the Giganotosaurus, the Jurassic franchise could once again be changing its dinosaur facts with Jurassic World: Dominion. The prior two installments have made plenty of size-related errors, such as Velociraptors and Stegosaurses being too large, while the Dilophosaurus and Pachycephalosaurses are too small. Changing the Giganotosaurus could continue this mix-up, while also ensuring that Jurassic World: Dominion features the Jurassic franchise’s biggest dinosaur – even if it isn’t factually correct.

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