In this brief article I share the latest episode of the Stuck on Sorna podcast, a podcast dedicated to the behind the scenes development of Jurassic Park 3. I join podcast host Daniel Stephen to talk about the Aviary sequence and Pteranodon palaeontology in Jurassic Park 3.

Some more podcast discussions to share!

This time I join host Daniel Stephen the creator of the Stuck on Sorna Podcast in Episode 5 to talk about the Aviary sequence in Jurassic Park 3 and the Pteranodons.

The Aviary sequence in Jurassic Park 3 is iconic for a number of reasons. Find out more about the artwork and conception of the Aviary design in the latest podcast episode! Image credit: Jurassic Vault, 2021.

The episode itself focuses on the art of Jack Johnson and Ed Verreaux. The Stuck on Sorna Podcast is a fantastic addition to the Jurassic fandom, created in 2021 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the film and share more about the films production.

Aviary artwork for Jurassic Park 3 by artist Jack Johnson. Image credit: Daniel Stephen courtesy of Universal Pictures, 2021.

Daniel has put a lot of work into obtaining interviews with cast and crew members of JP3 as well as interviews with community members within the Jurassic fandom. If you are a Jurassic Park, dinosaur or movie fan you will not want to miss listening to the behind scenes insights! Do give Daniel Stephen a follow on Twitter and check out his Linktree.

The Stuck on Sorna Podcast

You can listen to Episode 5 of Stuck on Sorna here.

It was a pleasure to join Daniel to share some palaeontology knowledge and chat about Jurassic Park 3. I should hopefully be appearing on Episode 6 of the podcast as well! Whilst Jurassic Park 3 is the weakest film in the franchise for me, I still love the film to bits! I wrote an article for The Jurassic Park Podcast a while ago about my Top 5 Moments from the film, which you can read here.

Artwork of the Aviary watergates by Jurassic Park 3 production designer Ed Verreaux. Image credit: Daniel Stephen courtesy of Universal Pictures, 2021.

As I shared last time, I am currently spending all my time on thesis work and attending university lectures, so there will not be a scientific discovery article for a while. In the meantime, though do give my past articles a read and do give the blog a follow to keep up to date with my latest posts! You can catch up with all my palaeontology and podcast outreach at my Linktree here.

The Jurassic Park 3 Pteranodons search for new nesting grounds at the end of film. Image credit: Jurassic Vault, 2021.

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