If you could, would you bring dinosaurs back?

@scottw (417)
United States
November 13, 2006 1:00pm CST
If it were like jurassic park and you could recreate land-dwelling dinosaurs on an island, would you do it?
19 responses
@carmat (2850)
• Canada
14 Nov 06
DID YOU WATCH THE MOVIE, IT DIDN'T WORK OUT VERY WELL FOR THOSE FOLKS, I WOULDN'T WANT TO BE DINOSAUR FOOD.
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@srhelmer (6930)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
13 Nov 06
It might be cool to bring back some of the plant-eating kinds of dinosaurs (nothing that would want to eat humans). However, I do wonder if they would be able to survive in the environment today. Such as, would they have enough of the right type of food.
@scottw (417)
• United States
13 Nov 06
Good point. I would think, however, if we were able to produce a dinosaur we should be able to figure out what it eats and then create that in abudance, too.
@h_gaurd9 (988)
• United States
14 Nov 06
I would not bring dinosaurs back because due to our climate, I do not think they would be able to survive.
@coolcager (496)
• Costa Rica
12 Dec 06
yes i will. hehe but will make a safe and secure park for business. heheheheh
• India
12 Dec 06
I WOULD NEVER BRING THEM BACK EVEN IF I HAD THE POWER TO! THEY WOULD VANISH ME AND THE ENTIRE HUMANITY. WHY TO TAKE SUCH A RISK?
@suren2k6cse (2625)
• India
12 Dec 06
no
@chaptermm (734)
• Malta
12 Dec 06
may be but i don't want to do that
@shyamlal (3538)
• India
12 Dec 06
if there is a big enough island for them to live on...i would really like them to be back....i love those ceratures
• Indonesia
25 Nov 06
yes, it is a beautifull dream... but can we do? i think it's impossible.
25 Nov 06
No way! They are too big for this litle country.
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
I wouldnt bring them back, they're to big for us a this earth time.
@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
24 Nov 06
Iguanodon - The Iguanodon was one of the most successful dinosaurs of all time. It lived in herds and it was very adaptable.
I belive that extinct species should remain extinct (except for those that mankind destroyed in the last 2000 years or so). It is the law of nature. Evolution should be left to take its course.
@ahrdwrkr (690)
• United States
14 Nov 06
Nope...why would I? What purpose would they serve now? Everything is so congested in certain areas so where would they live?
@stru9559 (634)
• United States
14 Nov 06
I wouldn't! who knows what could happen!
@cikedo (3487)
• United States
14 Nov 06
I wouldn't. I would be too afraid of some of them finding a way off the island and setting up population somewhere they shouldn't.
@PatriciaL (2081)
• United States
14 Nov 06
Nope, no way in the world. Not even the herbivorous(don't know if I spelled that right, had too much coffee today lol) dinosaurs. Well now that I look back, you said "on an island", so if that's the case, then sure. Cause I know that I wouldn't be there lol.
@neithapoo (142)
• United States
14 Nov 06
No way too scary but it would be interesting in seeing somthing that lived so long ago.
@xtinelee (3378)
• Singapore
14 Nov 06
I'll prolly bring back the dinosaurs that eat veggies/grass/leaves. Not the carnivourous dinousaurs though. Would be a good experience.
• United States
14 Nov 06
Yes and no, i would bring back the nice ones. Not the meat eaters cause they would be mean. But we would i guess have to kill some off after a while cause no one would be there to eat the vegie dinos but w.e
@ashuaaaaa (785)
• Germany
13 Nov 06
no way i wont take this risk.