Though some misguided Facebook users would likely disagree, triceratops are extinct.

This simple fact came into question after Facebook meme-creator Jay Branscomb posted an image that left some Internet users ready to book their next vacation at Jurassic Park. 

In an attempt to poke fun at Kendall Jones -- the Texas cheerleader who shot to Facebook fame with her controversial African wildlife-hunting photos -- Branscomb posted a photo of director Steven Spielberg posing in front of a triceratops.

The satirical image included the caption, "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."

Though the picture with the triceratops was taken on the set of the “Jurassic Park” film, several Facebook users immediately began blasting the director for his “inhuman” actions and for being an “animal killer.”

Thankfully, their cries for dinosaur justice were quickly shot down by several thousand users who colorfully reminded the Facebook dinosaur conservationists that triceratops are no longer a part of the animal kingdom. 

Following his the intial image, Branscomb posted yet another call to action, this time for a “vicious shark-killer” in the photo below. jaws Jay Branscomb followed his first image with a photo from the set of "Jaws." Photo: Facebook/Jay Branscomb

The full post read, "Folks, we need your help identifying the vicious shark-killer shown posing with his illegal prey. Sharks are essential to the eco-system and their waters are protected off the coast of California. If you have any knowledge of this fiend's identity or whereabouts, please contact authorities immediately."