Is this the plot to the fourth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise, the Chris Pratt-starring Jurassic World? Find your local purveyor of salt, buy some, and then take it; but if it is real, then people are still making some impressively horrible dinosaur-cloning decisions.
According to JoBlo, Jurassic Park is back in business, but business appears to be flagging. So someone has the fantastic idea to start mixing dinosaur DNA together to create new dinosaurs. Somehow, they end up with a tyrannosaurus rex, a velociraptor, a snake and a cuttlefish — because of its camouflage abilities — that inadvertently creates a perfect killing machine that of course gets loose and starts eating people. It's basically like evil dinosaur Predator.
How to stop a monster that was obviously going to murder everything it saw from day one? Good dinosaurs, trained by Chris Pratt's characters, including a regular T.rex and velociraptor.
You can read a bit more over at JoBlo, if you're so inclined. I'm reasonably down with this. Humans and good dinosaurs teaming up to fight one hilariously overpowered evil dinosaur? Sure, why not. Maybe Predasaur can figure out how to use a rocket launcher — now that would be scary.