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Now, to dig a little bit into the movie canon, this roller coaster is indeed based on the flying Pterosaur scene from Jurassic World:Since its opening in 2001, Jurassic Park has been a favorite of guests around the world. Within its grounds, there is a hidden area inhabited by wild Pteranodons, for which human management is kept to a minimum.
The Jurassic Park development team researched for years in order to create a dream attraction that would allow guests to fly through the sky with these dinosaurs.
Finally, they trained the wild Pteranodons and managed to get them to fly while stabilized. However, though they have been thoroughly trained, they are still wild dinosaurs.
They say that it's possible to suddenly lose control while in flight, so beware...
nadroJ said:Flyers are gross, you're all fools.
Tatsu what?GuyWithAStick said:^I think so too, but this and Starry Sky Ripper are the only exceptions.
I can definitely appreciate that Jordan. I guess I was so blown away with how comfortable the B&M Flyer restraint was after years of putting up with X-Flight/Firehawk; call it pre-conditioning? :lol:nadroJ said:Yh, I've been on loads of them, all different shapes and sizes. It's not the layout or whatever that I don't like, it's the way they ride. I hate the position, I always feel like blood is rushing to my head. My hair gets in my face and I can't see and then there's the fact that my boobs get squished into the restraints. No amount of change in layout is going to change that.