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    Snake Vs. T-Rex

    What is scarier(Thrilling)? Snake from IJA or the T-Rex from Jurassic Park
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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    Definitely the T-rex on JP.
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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    T-Rex.

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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    What are you talking about, the T-rex isn't scary, the 80 foot drop right after it is though.


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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    the T-rex is more of a surprise than the snake. the T-rex makes you look up at it and catches you of guard when you are getting yourself ready for the drop.

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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    Ah I see. Well I knew it was there because I saw it come out for the boat in front of us the first time I was on it. I guess ride experience really is sacrificed for a higher capacity.


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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    Neither! After you drink the ride water, the dolls on It's a Small World are scarier than hell...

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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    The T-rex is way better but it's absolutely terrible how they have the whole T-rex just kinda swing out like a pinata over the drop and he just floats there in the air with his legs with no grounding. The one overhead is really awesome though. The snake is more believable in place but not as thrilling, IMO.
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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    I think that the T-rex would be more thrilling if they did a better job of hiding it, maybe with some mist. The fangs of the snake are totally unexpected, but when you see the lowered T-rex behind the water, you automatically know why it is there.
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    Re: Snake Vs. T-Rex

    The t-rex definetely. I always forget that he pops out.

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