Facebook Commenters are Steaming MAD at Steven Spielberg for Killing This "Innocent Animal"

A Facebook post aiming to publicly shame a recreational hunter posing with his recent kill picked an unfortunate example ... From the post:

Disgraceful photo of recreational hunter happily posing next to a Triceratops he just slaughtered. Please share so the world can name and shame this despicable man.

Problem is: the man is Steven Spielberg, who directed the 1993 dinosaur movie Jurassic Park, sitting next to a Triceratops model. And the fact that Triceratops went extinct 68 million years ago didn't seem to satisfy some of the most ardent Facebook posters.

When it was pointed out that the man was Spielberg, one commenter said "I dont care who he is he should not have shot that animal."

Another Facebook commenter added "I think zoos are the best way to keep these innocent animals safe ... a**holes like this piece of sh*t are going into these beautiful animals HOME and killing them ..." To which we can only say, clever girl.

Via Dangerous Minds and FAIL Blog


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Are you frigging serious???!! Aside from the fact we all learned when we where kids that dinosaurs no longer exist, Did you NOT read the part where it said it was a MODEL of a Triceratops he used in his movie Jurassic Park?? Or that Triceratops became extinct 68 MILLION years ago?
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