71% of the earth's surface is covered by water according to NOAA. That only gives us 29% where we're safe.
If an animal the size of a blue whale can disappear for months at a time, what else is down there?
We're here to show you.
The unofficial subreddit for Jurassic World Evolution, an upcoming game created by Frontier Developments and coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in Summer 2018.
Build your own Jurassic World, bioengineer new dinosaur breeds, and construct attractions, containment and research facilities. Every choice leads to a different path and spectacular challenges arise when 'life finds a way'.
Pictures of things that could be boss fights, any kind of picture, gif, or video may be used. Come up with a boss name for the title, and if desired add some stats and or back story in the comments, but please reserve titles FOR boss names and comments for descriptions. Make your title as creative as possible, something more than "lord of x", or "B'oss".
What is palæontology? Literally, the world translates from Greek as old life discourse- but this is only the crudest way of stating it. Palæontology is unraveling the æons-long story of life on the planet Earth, from the earliest monera to the endless forms we have now, including humans, and of the various long-dead offshoots that still inspire today.
This is a group for people who love (thinking about) doing a CruMch on dice, dominos, plastic, clay, slime, tide pods, barbies etc or for anyone who wants to get nostalgic about the crap they used to chew on.
Anything you know you've always wanted to eat / bite but you can't. You can see a good explanation here: https://i.redd.it/t781qgqokj701.jpg
Pictorial art of monsters from the past or present: angels, demons, strange WTF creatures, drooling brutes, innocent-looking oddities, mythical hybrids, an image from a bestiary, etc. Yes, you can submit drawings of your own imaginary monsters.
We strongly encourage the crediting of artists by their real name.