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Beetles Dressed As ‘Jurassic Park’ Characters Could Be the Weirdest Thing on the Internet [PHOTOS]

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The dinosaurs in ‘Jurassic Park’ may have been made from mosquito DNA, but these character mock ups are all beetle.  Etsy user EBPearce apparently has an odd love of both the iconic dinosaur movie and coleopterology.

The artist and seamstress has dressed up her beloved beetles with the handmade costumes of Ian Malcolm, John Hammond, Robert Muldoon and Ellie Sattler. While there are no dino-beetles, the costumes are shockingly well done nonetheless. Check out the bizarre yet strangely awesome photos below.

Jurassic Beetle
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Jurassic Beetle
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Jurassic Beetle
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[via Geekologie]

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