Animal Rights Activist Mistakes 'Jurassic Park' Photo For Animal Poaching

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Jul. 10, 2014

This is really just amazing.

After the recent debacle with 19-year-old cheerleader Kendall Jones, who posted pictures of herself posing with the game she'd just killed on Facebook, many Internet users seem to be on the lookout for these types of hunters in order to shame them.

Recently, someone spotted a picture of Steven Spielberg on the set of Jurassic Park posing with an animatronic triceratops used in the film. Apparently there literally are people who live under rocks!  Jurassic Park came out in 1993 and went on to be the top grossing film of that year, making over $350 million dollars, a fact that somehow eluded this Facebook user for more than 20 years.

Here's the post...

If it weren't Spielberg, and just a normal everyday Joe, I could almost, ALMOST see the mistake. But c'mon. It's Steven Spielberg for crying out loud.

Another recent post was made using this picture, and from what I gather, it was used in jest. But it's this comment from the post that makes me realize these people are everywhere.

So, so good.

I think if you go through the trouble of setting up and paying for internet service, you may as well go through the trouble of knowing the difference between a movie dinosaur and reality. As for Spielberg, I really hope he learned his lesson.

Discuss Jurassic Park with me here @Todd_Spence