What does science say about the possibility of storing dinosaur DNA?
It’s been 30 years since its release, but Jurassic Park-Dinosaur Park It’s one of those movies we’ll always talk about. The exciting science fiction of Steven Spielberg became a cinematic phenomenon in its time and had the honor of being so, until the release of Titanicthe highest-grossing film of all time.
Furthermore, he pioneered the use of computer-generated imagery and animatronic figures, achieving realism in the recreation of enormous dinosaurs that marked a before and after in the history of cinema.
Jurassic Park also managed to make the fascinating story of dinosaurs mainstream, and spawned not only two sequels and a trilogy two decades later, but an entire massive franchise across multiple media. And so, three decades later, its legacy is indisputable and remains the most iconic and universal dinosaur film in history.
Although Steven Spielberg’s film has a scientific basis to support its plot (the extraction of DNA from prehistoric mosquitoes has enabled the cloning of extinct species using frog genetics), the reality is that the story is a fiction taken directly from book in Michael Crichtonand real science, at least so far, tells us that vital genetic material has never been extracted from insects, nor from any of the well-known parts…
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