Can you think of any examples of animatronics? They’re used in many movies. Films like “Jurassic Park,” “E.T. the Extraterrestrial,” and “King Kong” helped make them famous. They were also key in making “Jaws” and “Gremlins.” Even Jabba the Hutt in the original Star Wars films used this technology.If we design a building aesthetically good and also decorate it beautifully from inside, yet if its surrounding outside area is rubbish, then the beauty of the building will be considered reduced. As such the building must have a beautiful surrounding. This is achieved by landscape development.Studying dinosaurs has played a key role in developing evolutionary theory and other scientific concepts, such as plate tectonics and biogeography. All of these pursuits arise as a result of humanity's innate curiosity to investigate how our world works and where we fit within the natural world we see around us.The objective is to create a natural habitat for the mountain’s wildlife and at the same time, become a recreation space for everyone in the city. “The Berg” would take the place of the Tempelhof Airport, a space currently under discussion. Surprisingly, there’s a big group supporting “The Berg” and people are pressing to get the approval and financing of the project.The most complete skeleton ever found of the dinosaur deinonychus, maybe best known as the “velociraptor” seen in the Jurassic Park franchise and one of the rarest of all dinosaur fossils, is going up for sale next month in an historic auction.
“Hector,” named after one of the Trojan warriors in the Iliad, is a skeleton made up of about 126 fossil bones dating back to roughly 108 million to 115 million years ago that was excavated from Wolf Creek Canyon in Montana in 2014, according to Christie’s.