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Human World

A sequel worth watching
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Millions of years in the future, dinosaurs rule the earth. After an extinction event, no trace of human life remains, but the dino scientists have been working hard at bringing back this ancient species. Human blood extracted from a mosquito found in amber proves key in the cloning experiments that ultimately enable Human World.

Naturally, the captive humans are smarter than anticipated and soon escape from their pens, wrecking havoc and killing many innocent dinosaurs. The destroyed island paradise is finally abandoned, leaving scope for a sequel.

mitxela, Oct 13 2018


       The day after watching Jurassic Park at the flicks, I saw a mozzie on my arm. So, it's probable. Except for the hunting dinosaur wearing an Aussie hat.
not_morrison_rm, Oct 13 2018

       It occurs to me to extract dinosaur DNA from fossilised mosquitoes, inject it into modern mosquitoes, encase them in tree sap and drop them into swamps.
Wrongfellow, Oct 13 2018

       Wasn’t this pretty much the plot of Planet of the Apes?
DrCurry, Oct 13 2018

       Oh yeah, except, at the level of development, where they can play with DNA, they will be likely pretty good at surveillance technologies, so, and the fellow humans will have to be brought up by dinos. Knowing what happens to humans brought up by wolfs and monkeys, it safe to assume that these humans will turn out to become culturally biased towards friendly treatment of dinos, and the best that can happen, is dinos welcome them to the world for the benefit of more diverse perspectives on world's issues, much like we might do with Dolphins, once we figure out their language.
Inyuki, Oct 13 2018

       // Wasn’t this pretty much the plot of Planet of the Apes? // Hmm, now that I think about it, there may be some similarity there.   

       Damn them, damn them all to hell!
mitxela, Oct 13 2018

       “Anthropocene Park”, vraiment?
susandonim, Oct 13 2018


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