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When the first trailer of 'Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom' came out, we were beyond ecstatic. It took us back to our favorite (not) island of Isla Nublar where we witnessed some outrageous dinosaur action along with a lot of explosions while Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) went on a mission to save the dinosaurs AND mankind. If you haven't watched the first trailer yet, here you go: Basically, it was everything we wanted. But as it turns out, we can and are getting much more than what we could have imagined. A new trailer just dropped on the internet after the Super Bowl and boy, we are shook. While most of the visuals are same as that of the first trailer, we do get some exciting yet terrifying footage. © Universal Pictures There's a new dino in town. Actually, it's in people's homes and is out to terrify and eat up children. What did children ever do to these filmmakers, we'd never understand. © Universal Pictures A dinosaur inside your bedroom is essentially everyone's childhood nightmare coming alive. And seeing it on celluloid doesn't exactly make us feel any less scared. We also get a closer look at the conspiracy that is threatening mankind as we see the lead characters hiding above a packed room where a new beast is being unveiled. © Universal Pictures And of course, Owen eventually comes in contact with this new creature, leaving us on the edge our seats. © Universal Pictures All in all, the new trailer amps up the thrill and scares, beyond our expectations. Although we didn't need more reasons to watch the movie, this just does the trick of getting people hooked. Watch the second trailer: The film is slated for a June 22 release this year.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsRemember Dino Morea? The pretty guy who appeared in a lot of 90's music videos? The erstwhile heartthrob of teenage girls who are now in their 30's? Bipasha's ex-ex? We know you remember him, so don't pretend. Yes, we too thought that he had vanished off the face of the Earth, until he was just spotted with Varun Dhawan outside a gym. © Viral Bhayani We, like you, honestly don't remember when was the last time we saw him in a movie. But we are not focusing on that now. We are focusing on the fact that after all this time, he still looks like a supermodel. Well, let's not forget that he was one. But that was ages ago and he is 42 now. 42, people. But just look at him! © Viral Bhayani The sight of Dino and Varun together are giving us major bro-feels. Varun is the younger, aggressive one (totally justifying it in the douche-tank) while Dino is the older, mature, sophisticated one who doesn't need to show off his gains. And not because his body is not as good (Bipasha, as a rule, doesn't date anyone whose abs can't be used as an abacus, remember?). It's just that he's at that age where he has calmed down a bit because he has been there and done that. © Viral Bhayani Coming to his look, we must say we are impressed. You know how some people just get better with age? The still lean and mean physique and that salt-and-pepper stubble - he has got it down in the looks department. In fact, we feel he has never looked better. Anil Kapoor would be proud. © Viral Bhayani The white Adidas jacket paired with the grey shorts is doing wonders for the look Dino is sporting. Simple but flattering nonetheless. We like how he has chosen to wear a black and white baseball cap that complements his jacket. The orange Nike flat-soled trainers add a perfect little splash of colour to his gym outfit. © Viral Bhayani One thing we could not help but notice is his choice of transport. Not a car, nope. He rides a bike. Does it get any more badass than this? We love a celeb who is as grounded. We wonder why he is not making more appearances. People would surely like to see more of him. Are you listening, Dino?
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogDinosaurs, the most fearsome creatures ever to walk the Earth, were bugged already 100 million years ago by a paltry pest that still plagues animals today: the bloodsucking tick, scientists have discovered. PARIS: Dinosaurs, the most fearsome creatures ever to walk the Earth, were bugged already 100 million years ago by a paltry pest that still plagues animals today: the bloodsucking tick, scientists have discovered. Preserved for eternity in amber, fossilised tree resin, researchers have found a hard tick ? uncannily similar to those we know ? clinging to a 99-million-year-old dinosaur feather, a team wrote in the journal Nature Communications this week. "The discovery is remarkable because fossils of parasitic, blood-feeding creatures directly associated with remains of their host are exceedingly scarce, and the new specimen is the oldest known to date," they said in a statement. The well-preserved, juvenile insect was less than a millimetre in size, had eight legs, but no eyes. One of its legs was entangled in the barb of a "pennaceous" feather ? those with a central quill as sported by some dinosaurs and their modern offspring: birds. The team could not identify which type of dinosaur the feather had belonged to, but dated it to the Cretaceous period some 145 million to 66 million years ago. "So although we can?t be sure what kind of dinosaur the tick was feeding on, the mid-Cretaceous age of the Burmese amber confirms that the feather certainly did not belong to a modern bird, as these appeared much later in... evolution," said study co-author Ricardo Perez-de la Fuente of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The fossilised tick provides the first evidence of an early parasitic relationship between ticks and dinos, the team said. And they found further evidence, though less direct, with the discovery of two specimens of a different tick ? which they named after the fictitious bloodsucker Count Dracula ? also locked up in amber. These ticks had remains of skin beetle larvae stuck to them. Skin beetles feed in nests, consuming feathers, skin, and hair. Is it a bird? "And as no mammal hairs have yet been found in Cretaceous amber," the ticks? host was likely to have been a feathered dinosaur, said the team. The pair of ticks were named Deinocroton draculi from the Greek for "terrible" (deinos) and "tick" (kroton), followed by a nod to Bram Stoker?s famous vampire. "Together, these findings provide direct and indirect evidence that ticks have been parasitising and sucking blood from dinosaurs within the evolutionary lineage leading to modern birds for almost 100 million years," the researchers said. "While the birds were the only lineage of theropod dinosaurs to survive the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous 66 million years ago, the ticks did not just cling on for survival, they continued to thrive." Ticks feed off the blood of animals, sometimes transmitting ailments such as Lyme disease, typhus, or tick fever. The team said whatever remained of the blood the ticks had sucked, would not have preserved any dinosaur DNA.
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waqas dar posted a topic in Nasir Kazmiگئے دِنوں کا سراغ لے کر ، کِدھر سے آیا کِدھر گیا وہ عجیب مانوس اجنبی تھا ، مجھے تو حیران کر گیا وہ بس ایک موتی سی چھب دِکھا کر بس ایک میٹھی سی دُھن سُنا کر ستارہء شام بن کے آیا ، برنگِ خُوابِ سحر گیا وہ خوشی کی رُت ہو کہ غم کا موسم نظر اُسے ڈُھونڈتی ہے ہر دٙم وُہ بُوئے گل تھا کہ نغمہء جاں ، مرے تو دل میں اُتر گیا وہ نہ اب وُہ یادوں کا چڑھتا دریا نہ فرصتوں کی اُداس برکھا یُونہی ذرا سی کسک ہے دِل میں ، جو زخم گہرا تھا بھر گیا وہ کچھ اب سنبھلنے لگی ہے جاں بھی بدل چلا دٙورِ آسماں بھی جو رات بھاری تھی ٹل گئی ہے ، جو دِن کڑا تھا گزر گیا وہ بس ایک منزل ہے بوالہوس کی ہزار راستے ہیں اہلِ دل کے یہی تو ہے فرق مجھ میں ، اس میں گزر گیا میں ، ٹھہر گیا وہ شکستہ پا راہ میں کھڑا ہوں گئے دِنوں کو بُلا رہا ہوں جو قافلہ میرا ہمسفر تھا ، مثالِ گردِ سفر گیا وہ میرا تو خون ہو گیا ہے پانی سِتمگروں کی پلک نہ بھیگی جو نالہ اُٹھا تھا رات دِل سے ، نہ جانے کیوں بے اٙثر گیا وہ وہ میکدے کو جگانے والا وہ رات کی نیند اُڑانے والا یہ آج کیا اُس کے جی میں آئی ، کہ شام ہوتے ہی گھر گیا وہ وہ ہجر کی رات کا ستارہ وہ ہم نفس ہم سُخن ہمارا سدا رہے اُس کا نام پیارا ، سُنا ہے کل رات مٙر گیا وہ وہ جس کے شانے پہ ہاتھ رکھ کر سفر کیا تُو نے منزلوں کا تری گلی سے نہ جانے کیوں آج ، سٙر جُھکائے گزر گیا وہ وہ رات کا بے نوا مسافر وہ تیرا شاعر ، وہ تیرا ناصر تیری گلی تک تو ہم نے دیکھا تھا ، پھر نہ جانے کِدھر گیا وہ ***** ***** شاعر : ناصر کاظمی (دیوان)