Giant kitties invade Jurassic Park

A Bangkok-based photography studio has made Jurassic Park's famous kitchen scene even more tense and terrifying.

(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

A Bangkok-based photography studio has made Jurassic Park's famous kitchen scene even more tense and terrifying.

Think about it for a minute. A velociraptor catches you, what's it going to do? Tear you to pieces and eat you. It's not exactly going to be fun, but it'll be over in a matter of minutes, at most. On the other hand, have you ever seen what a cat does with its prey? Those poor critters don't go quickly.

This video is the work of a Thai photography studio called We Are Camera, based in Bangkok. Mr Moo-Ping (tabby) and Miss Moo-Wan (calico) were filmed on a green screen and edited into the one-minute clip from Jurassic Park.

As for why, we're not entirely sure; the studio didn't delve into its reasons on either its YouTube or Facebook pages. However, the internet can never have too many cats, so we ain't complaining.

For more feline mash-up excellence, check out The Hunger Games: the kitty cat edition.

Via www.tastefullyoffensive.com

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