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Question: Write a film titled Holocene Park, a different take of Jurassic Park, but setting in 85 million years after the Holocene period. In this setting, the humanoid reptilians lizard descendants (instead of humans) had cloned various extinct Cenozoic animals, albeit with many scientific inaccuracies (very much like the now-inaccurate dinosaurs of Jurassic Park), for example, fully hairless scaly carnivorous animalistic humans (rather than Velociraptors), skinny carnivorous terrestrial hippo (rather than Tyrannosaurus), trunkless earless scaly elephant (rather than Triceratops), scaly lizard-like ostriches (rather than Gallimimus), and elephantine scaly vocal giraffes (rather than Brachiosaurus), just to name a few.

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Title: "Holocene Park" "The Future is Fear" In an unknown time far, far in the future, after 85 million years have passed the Holocene epoch, we are in a world dominated by humanoid reptilians, the lizard descendants. They are technologically superior beings, their scientific advancement way beyond our understanding. They have harnessed the power of cloning and resurrected species from the distant past, particularly from the Cenozoic era. The park named "Holocene Park" is a fantastical amusement site and a living museum, but its residents' portrayals stray far from the fossil record's accuracy. We are introduced to strange, almost grotesque spectacles of nature distorted by time and the veneer of science. Humanoid figures, now carnivorous, hunt in packs under the canopy of the park, devoid of hair and covered in scales, a stark divergence from our understanding of humanity. We are introduced to the T-Rexo, a horrid distortion of what was once the hippopotamus, now scaled, gaunt, and impossibly predatory. The Trunkles, previously recognized as elephants, are now denuded of their trunks and ears, bearing scales and horns that make them more akin to mythical beasts than their gentle, majestic forbears. As we espy a herd of Ostrisards, their lizard-like appearances vary significantly from their ostrich ancestors. They sprint across the park with the velocity of cheetahs rather than graceful birds. High among the trees, another anomaly catches our eyes, the Graffodian, where the once soft-voiced giraffes have become behemoth, scaly creatures, their melodic sounds replaced by thunderous rumbles resonating through the park. "Holocene Park" is a thrilling, captivating spectacle that holds visitors spellbound with its amalgamation of fear and fascination. Most importantly, it is a chilling reminder of the dangers we court when we meddle with nature's course, sculpting our narrative of life through our imperfect understanding. Nevertheless, it heralds the endless possibilities and the potential terrors that come with an unhinged scientific advancement. "Holocene Park" - The adventure 85 million years in the making!

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 1, 2023, 6:52 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, November 1, 2023

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