Talk:758: Raptor Fences
Does this remind you to Gulliver being attacked by tiny people in Liliput? Or the similar scene in Perry Bible Fellowships strip 95: Gnome Bubbles with the tiny gnomes? B jonas (talk) 23:35, 1 November 2013 (UTC)
- Or Ash being attacked by the mini-Ashes in Army of Darkness. Which was, of course, an homage to Gulliver's incident. -- KarMann (talk) 11:25, 19 November 2021 (UTC)
The raptor in the film might actually be Utah raptor which is as big as in the film and had no evident of feather.22.214.171.124
- That appears to be a bug in the page template itself, and thus beyond my editing capabilities. The problem seems to happen when a column of illustrations is longer than the article text. Nitpicking (talk) 12:44, 4 September 2021 (UTC)
Activation of the dwarfism gene may also be a reference to the "activation" of the Lysine contingency in the movie; the raptors were bred with a genetic defect - missing the ability to produce Lysine - that could be used as a means of controlling escaped animals. The dwarfism gene activation seems like just another way of controlling the population in an exigent circumstance.