On the Jurassic Park Institute website contained a Dinopedia section with information and artwork about Alamosaurus.
Crichtonsaurus was an Ankylosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period. It was discovered in China.
Scientists at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences named the new ankylosaur species Crichtonsaurus bohlini in honor of Michael Crichton because "dinosaurs became one of the most popular scientific subjects due to (his) book."
- ↑ Jurassic World Universe - Jurassic Park Alternate Ending Storyboard. Retrieved from http://www.jurassicworlduniverse.com/jurassic-park/images/storyboards/jp1storyboard05-ending-14/
- ↑ Jurassic Park Website - Notes. Retrieved from http://www.lost-world.com/Lost_World02/Jurassic_Park.Site/Jurassic_Park.html
- ↑ ZhiMIng D. (2002). A NEW ARMORED DINOSAUR(ANKYLOSAURIA) FROM BEIPIAO BASIN,LIAONING PROVINCE，NORTHEASTERN CHINA, Vertebrata Pal Asiatica, 40(4), 276-285.