"Jurassic World," the fourth installment of the "Jurassic Park" series, has taken in nearly $1 billion worldwide in less than two weeks.

Jesse Watters decided to visit a movie theater to find out how much people actually know about dinosaurs.

Check out some of the hilarious responses below and watch the full "Watters' World" video above.

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Why are dinosaurs so exciting?

"I'm scared of anything that's bigger than me."

"So, you're frightened of me?"

"Not really."

How many humans have dinosaurs eaten over the course of history?

"More than like a thousand people."

How many humans have dinosaurs eaten?

"I guess trillions or zillions you know."

Do you know which cities dinosaurs have destroyed?

"The East Coast."

"Where did you read that?"

"I learned it in school."

How do you think dinosaurs became extinct?

"They ate each other. They all just started eating each other. And the last one, since he didn't have anyone to eat, he just starved."

Do you know why dinosaurs went extinct?

"I think humans killed the dinosaurs." 

What weapons did the humans kill the dinosaurs with? Watters asked.

"I don't know, maybe bombs."

What's scarier: Bill O'Reilly or a dinosaur?

"I like Bill O'Reilly."


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