I have found three creatures in Jurassic Park: Dangerous Games I that are unknown and unidentifed. I wonder if anyone can identify these creatures, and, if so, should we make a page for them, if they don't have one that is?Read more >
If Alamosaurus can get its own page, I feel like Rugops should have one too. He was part of Indominus' genome. I feel that if a dinosaur has any connection to JP media, it should get a page of its own, and not just link to a Wikapedia page.Read more >
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In the fight scene between the I. rex, Rexy and Blue, Owen, Claire and her nephews try to evade the battle by running inside the park's gift shop. During this scene, a certain toy in the gift shop caught my eyes and attention. The toy is definetly a T. rex, but I notice the sculpt of its head and large body, the large feets and how its legs are postioned, and its tail being curved downward from the middle to the tip. Anybody, tops of your head, could this toy T. rex be what I think it is?Read more >
I'm happy to finally get to say this: Universal Pictures has officially greenlit an untitled Jurassic World sequel for a June 22, 2018 release. Collin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly will write it and the film will star Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt and possibly Ty Simpkins.Read more >
In the begining of the new tralier for the new Jurassic World arcade game, there appear to be a couple of winged, feathered dinosaurs that make an appearence. I was wondering wether or not they were Microraptor or Archaeopteryx. Could someone please answer this question?
Edit: They also appear in another trailer that can be found below the first one. If these dinosaurs do turn out to be Microraptor, should we make a page for it?Read more >
Would the male t-rex like the one from Isla Sorna(in Lost world Jurassic Park) die a slow excruciatingly painful death as a result if the Indominus rex attacks him & rips his throat apart?Read more >
spinosaurus vs megalodon, who wins?!Read more >
This is the first battle between two herbivorous dinosaurs. One thing to remember is that every animal in a fight starts at full health even if it was injured in it's previous fight. For example if Baryonyx beats Velociraptor, but has heavy injuries, then it will start off with no damage when it battles a Tyrannosaurus. Enjoy the fight!
Length: 20- 35 ft.
Weight: 2-5 tons
Height: 4 ft. at the shoulder
Diet: Low lying plants
Region: Woodlands of U.S.A and Canada
- Was tank- like, with armor covering the top of it's body, preventing a head on assault
- Had a club like tail, which could do extreme damage to predators
- It was a shorter creature, meaning an assault from above could be deadly
- If flipped over, it's underside had no protection and was …
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Battle Two: Ceratosaurus vs. Dilophosaurus
Once more there are three steps to this fight:
1. Description/Comparison of each animal.
2. The actual fight.
3. The outcome is explained.
Height: Up to 10 ft.
Length: 25 ft. when fully grown
Weight: Up to 2.5 tons
Diet: May have fed on fish and crocodiles, but primarily fed on mid-size herbivores
Region: Woodlands of North America, Africa, and possibly Portugal
- It had a horn that could have possibly been used to defend itself
- Using it's crocodile like tail, it may have been a good swimmer
- Compared to most carnivores, it was small and didn't have a weight advantage
Height: 8-10 ft.
Length: Up to 25 ft.
Weight: Up to 2 tons
Diet: Herbivorous creatures
Region: North America, China
- Was fast and …
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1. The two animals are described/compared.
2. The scenario is described, meaning the location of the fight, what the animals are doing, etc. And the actual battle takes place.
3. The outcome is explained, and I explain why the winner actually won.
The battles are kind of in a story mode format, just to describe things. I hope you all enjoy and don't forget to share your opinions in the comments section!
First thing's first. We need to compare the two animals, and size them up. They both have advantageous traits, and also some setbacks.
Height: 3-4 ft.
Weight: 30- 70 lbs
Length: 4- 6 ft.
Diet: Small mammals, insects, herbivorous creatures
Region: Hot sandy areas of Asia
- Could run up to 30 m/h
- Was agile and had a sickle toe claw it could use to sla…
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There seem to be many pages on the Spanish site for animals not on this site, such as Paikia, Mongolarachne, etc. Should we make pages for them?Read more >
On the Spanish website, there is also another creature that used to be on JP Institute known as Orthacanthus, a prehistoric shark. Should we also make a page for it?Read more >
On the Spanish version of this site, there is an article on a species of multituberculate mammal known as Ptilodus. Ptilodus appears to have been seen on the website for the Jurassic Park Institute. I was wondering if we should make a page for it on this version of the wiki.Read more >
I kind of noticed something in a large number of dinosaur movies. Why is it that plant-eating dinosaurs (herbivores), such as sauropods, ceratopsids, and what-not, are never portrayed as antagonists or showing them attacking people? It's always been kind of confusing because they always show the carnivorious dinosaurs go on rampages, but never the plant-eating ones. They weren't always peaceful. They could potentially stomp on you if got in the wrong spot or provoked them. The only example we got that I know of that was kind of close to that in recent times was in Jurassic Park 2 when the Triceratops was one of the dinosaurs attacking the camp-site.
One of my favorite and one of the very few instances of such cases was in the 1925 silent f…Read more >
It is in writing now, but the premise is a fan idea taken loosely from the JP Builder game to produce a spin off movie idea from Jurassic Park/Jurassic World
With movie franchise have their spin offs I figured on giving JP its own
The story of the imedeate understanding is obvious: Ice Age beast brought back to life, but the catch here is that the animals rencarnated are almost 100% actual prehistoric animal and the creator company is not Ingen, but Biosyn
Please support the fan story idea
It is a cold winter night and the white wind rushes before you
(Jurassic Park's opening music)
Through the rushing wind appears the Jurassic Park sign covered in ice and snow
November 15, 2014
Time 8:30 PM
The cold bit deep and hard into Borislav’s exposed cheek…
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Hello. Does anyone think that Komodo Dragons could be enginereed to beome reasonable facsimiles of Mosasurs ?Thanks.Read more >
Does anyone have any idea of how comparative genomics will be able to create Dinosaurs?
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I am excited to see Jurassic World because it has been a while since I saw one of these films. It would be an awesome film.Read more >
- 1. Roll a large ball of newspaper (this will be the body)
- 2. Continue to add more newspaper to form a head (use duct tape to attach)
- 3. Use hot glue to attach four cardboard tubes on the bottom (legs)
- 4. Use hot glue to attach one long cardboard tube for the tail
- 5. Cover entire surface with plaster-craft
- 6. Paint brown
- 7. Attach googly eyes (use hot glue)
Since the revelation of Rexy's return I have been think of the background story on her capture, so in a not very accurate way I brainstormed this story about how Rexy's back story and an idea of what her life is before Jurassic World.
Still I enjoyed writing this story down, and in honor of the movie coming out shortly I thought I give it a go and post it on my blog.
Scene opens up with a Gallimimus flock asleep in the shade of the jungle. Three stand as sentries high on alert. Though nothing has happened for the passed five hours the animals take no risk in letting their guard down. Then they both hear it and feel it, a low and deep boom that ripples through the ground and air like a soft tremor. The lead sentry hisses at the others …
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Can you join it? If you're interested in them, then here you go.Read more >
The Chickenosaurus project aims to create Chickens with Dinosaurian features. Birds are descended from Theropods, not Sauropods or any Ornithischian Dinosaurs, so by theory creatures like the aforementioned Dinosaur groups could not be created. So would it be possible to create creatures like Sauropods and Ornithiscian Dinosaurs by an advanced method of the Chickenosaurus project? Thanks.Read more >
Throughout the films there have been many looks of T-Rex and Velociraptor. Which ones do you like?
- Rexy the T-Rex (Jurassic Park (Film) and Jurassic World )
- T-Rex Parents and Infant (The Lost World: Jurassic Park )
- T-Rex (Jurassic Park III)
- The Big One and her two Velociraptor Pack Mates (Jurassic Park)
- Velociraptors (The Lost World: Jurassic Park)
- Velociraptors (Jurassic Park III)
- Blue, Delta, Echo and Charlie (Jurassic World)
Does anyone think Dinosaurs could be created from proteins. the genes for the proteins could be figured out. The protein genes would then be instructed to turn on and off by genes from Crocodiles and/or Birds.Read more >
Good news, apparently the Jurassic World franchise is finally admitting that yes, the raptors are mutants two. Apparently each raptor has different Dna from different reptiles:
Blue: Black-Throated Monitor Lizard
Charlie: Green Iguana
Delta: Gecko and birds (but still no feathers, sigh)
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Alright so I get that there's a movie cannon, trespasser canon, and a novel canon, but what about all of the games tied into Jurassic Park? Some of them could be considered canon, for example, the Jurassic Park Arcade Game is suppose to take place after the Isla Nublar Incident where a group of mercenaries rounds up and recaptures all of the dinosaurs, sounds similar to how Jurassic World came to be! The one and only problem is that that would mean Ankylosaurus would have been in the park which would add more confusion to which 15 embryos were on Jurassic Park but no source denies that there isnt Ankylosaurus on Isla Nublar. And the same would go for Ichthyosaurs, who also appears in that game. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (video game) ha…Read more >
Howdy JP fans....
As you all have debated one way or another about the big controversial fight between Tyrannosaurus Rex (Tyrant Lizard King) and Spinosaurus (Spiny Lizard)
As a fan of many a wiki I am also a fan of death battle, and on the wiki (Death Battle Fannon) we replicate death battles we want to see happen, but it might take a long time for them to be considered, so we do what Wiz and Boomstick do, and that is gather research all about the two opponents and then pit them to a battle to the death, and then explain the reason why one won over the other.
If some of you are scientific then I should tell you that I personally research all the latest evidence about Spinosaurus and Tyrannosaurs as well as involving the general descoveries r…Read more >
Jurassic Park 3 is one of my most hated movies of all time. Its lazy, silly and just and insult to the franchise. So since the new film is coming out soon, I revisted JP3 and made a video of 5 reasons why it sucks.Read more >
Wouldn't it attract which dinosaur?Read more >
So hey guys, with the new Jurassic World coming out. I decided to contribute to the movie and had made some exclusive Indominus Rex roars of my own so let me know. I used sounds of them of the dinosaurs it's genetic material is mixed with, It didn't take too long to make these, but they were difficult to put together. So let me know what you guys think of them
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- photo of a Maiasaura nest reconstruction & illustration of an adult Maiasaura dinosaur printable page
- sandbox, or large dirt-covered area
- big, round rocks, approx 5-8″ across
- hand shovels
- loose leaves, pine needles
1. Most children know that dinosaurs hatched out of eggs. Ask your child to hold her hands in front of her, and have her guess how big she thinks different dinosaur eggs were. You can tell her that many of her guesses are right. Explain that different kinds of dinosaurs hatched out of different-sized eggs, much in the way modern birds hatch out of different-sized eggs—some tiny, some pretty big. Show illustration of different-sized bird eggs. Explain that the largest egg of any bird today is the ostrich egg — which is about the …
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Howdy its me again with another blog atempting to recover from an unrecoverable blog (Will not be mentioning); Anyway this is a blog which involves other potential movies, tvs, and books that can be rebooted by Jurassic Park's owner Universal with the good push of fans, dino lovers, and others who have money in their pockets.
Dinosaur movie have been in the B-era for a long time, and it was the blessing of one mans vision that they came into a highly honor position and historical marker in our life. Though many of these b movies were unfairly judge this can be the perfect opertunity to bring them back!
- Journey to the Begining of Time
- Journey to the Center of the Earth
- The Land Before Time (Note this is not a B movie, and critically success…
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Fiberglass sculptures are lightweight, weatherproof and durable. When making sculptures, fiberglass provides a simple and cost effective material to work with. Any design can be made from fiberglass with a little work and creativity including, for example, a fiberglass dinosaur.
- Oil Based Clay
- Plaster Mix
- Paint Brush
- Liquid Fiberglass Resin
- Rubber Gloves
- Dust Mask
- Cardboard Box
- Handheld Razor
- Sculpt a dinosaur from the oil based clay. It is helpful to base the sculpture off of a picture or model to help get all of the elements correct.
- Put the dinosaur sculpture on a work table and clear the area.
- Put on your rubber gloves, dust mask and some older clothes that you do not mind getting dirty; working with plaster will get messy.
- Mix half o…
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Fun with misused hardware supplies. Pretty simple: 1) Make a skeleton with pvc and attach it to a piece of plywood. 2) Use chicken wire to create the form. The eyes are kick balls. 3) The skin is good ol' duct tape (much easier than the paper and glue thing). 4) Paint. 5) To get it on the roof I had to actually contruct a ramp and pulley system - if not careful this can quickly become a guillotine. 6) Last step was to put more holes in my roof. And there you have it.
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As we all know it has been descretly confirmed that Rexy our anti-hero of Jurassic Park is alive.
One question is answered, but a million more arise, and one as big as the queen herself is the fact that she is alive.
If one fallows and counts the JP game as an addon of the series this would be one of the many questions asked, How did she survive the demolision of Jurassic Park, when it was turned into Ground zero?"
Another one asked is: "If she did survive the making of ground zero. How did she survive on an island where her prey was blown sky high?"
Others wonder if that toll will be a part of the move. Like all animals Rexy could have suffered some serious melnutrions while being stranded there, and could have resulted into some serious he…
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As we all know Jurassic World is coming out in theaters June 12, 2015, and there is no doubt that there is going to be some crazy down havoc, especially with the I-rex (Get it! The iphone, the ipod, ipad, the iraq, and the iran! Now we have a irex, comical) anyway. There is without a shred of evidence that this is going to feature a show down between Dinosaur vs Dinosaur
- Rexy (Jurassic Park and makes her return in Jurassic World) vs Indominus Rex: Most likely to happen
- Velociraptor pack vs Indominus Rex
- (Less likely, but suggested) Suchomimus vs Indominus Rex
- (Very unlikely, but an anticipated idea) Mosasaurus vs Indominus Rex
We all want Rexy or the Raptors to win, but honestly there is a very plausible twist to this and the Indominus Rex c…
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Well it's been 14 years of everyone bickering about T-Rex losing to Spinosaurus. Well I've gotten sick of it and put this blog post bacause I got a few things to say:
1. They lived in seprate continents
2. They each had different strengths
3. Spino was bigger but weaker and T-Rex was smaller and stronger (But that doesn't mean that Spino couldn't win)
4. T-Rex dosen't need to be antagonist, protagonist or tritagonist all the time. It can play a small role
5. Everyone needs to stop reacreating images and videos about Tyrannosaurus winning (Spinosaurus won in the film, so end of story)
6. We need to stop fighting about T-Rex and Spinosaurus beacuse all the stuff I said on top.Read more >
Does anyone wonder about perhaps releasing Low-Risk, I REPEAT, Low-Risk Dinosaurs, Marine Reptiles and Flying Reptiles, Into secluded parts of the globe such as the Outback in Australia.Read more >
Hi, Jurassic Park Wiki! We're looking for contests to appear on a special Jurassic episode of Wikia Qwizards. What's Qwizards? It's our trivia quiz show. Here's the latest episode: Wikia Qwizards: Ninja Turtles .
Want to be a contestant? Awesome!
Here's how to audition: Make a short video of yourself, put on YouTube (or whereever), and post a link in the comments of this post. Keep it simple -- just tell us your username and drop the Jurassic fact of your choice!
You can hit me up directly with any questions. Just leave a message on my wall or email me at email@example.com.Read more >
I have more good news for fans of LEGO and Jurassic Park on this wiki. The names of the LEGO Jurassic World sets has been discovered.
According to Brickset, a trustworthy LEGO news source, they are:
- 75915 Pteranodon Capture
- 75916 Dilophosaurus Ambush
- 75917 Raptor Rampage
- 75918 T-Rex Tracker
- 75919 Ultra Dino
- 75920 Raptor Escape
Tell me what you think in the comment section below. I'm sure some Dilo fans will be happy to know that their favorite dinosaur will be returning its their absence in the previous two films.Read more >
I signed up for RaptorPass as soon a I saw the option on JurassicWorld.com. They promised that I would be notified about any new material on JW's site and exclusive news. Today I got my first message (see picture).
They notified me about the 4 new dinosaurs on the website. Judging from the recent edits, most of you have figured that out by now.
They also write that the Jurassic World team has a new member: Brian Switek.
"Please welcome Brian Switek, JurassicWorld.com's resident paleontologist. Through his expert knowledge and guidance, Brian has been a big source of inspiration for us. As a professional science writer with expertise in paleontology, Brian helps make improvements to the park and the website every day to continually educate and…Read more >
I have good news for any LEGO fans on this wiki. The first official LEGO Jurassic World photo has been discovered. http://www.groovebricks.com/lego-jurassic-world-first-official-image/Read more >
The world of genome editing is expanding massively. It is expected to be used in the future in the world of medicine (gene therapy, pharming), agriculture (GM crops), and many other uses.
In the world of de-extinction, I found out about a device that could be of good use to it. Meet MAGE, or Multiplex Automated Genomic Engineering.
The MAGE device is still a prototype, but so far, it has been able to make bacteria produce five times the normal quantity of lycopene. The device can perform up to 50 genome alterations at a time, meaning that a genome could be altered drastically in a few days or weeks. This means that we don't have to synthesize an organism's genome from scratch.
This is good news for creating "dinosaurs" (I do not call it recre…Read more >
I've got my hands onto more new footage! Courtesy of Jurassic Connected
Dialogue - Lagoon scene, and more into depth.
Scenes - More need scenes including; Grey and Zach's demise, Ptetrodoon attacking helicopter.
Watch it to see.Read more >
I'm sure most of you now saw the trailer for Jurassic World. In the trailer, they explained that the new D-Rex was going to be a genetically modified hybrid. But the question I'm sure some of you are wondering is: What will it be a hybrid of? Obviously just by the name alone, T-Rex is going to be in the genome somwhere. But, what else? A lot of people think it's a hybrid of Tyrannosaurus Rex and Velociraptor. That could be the case. Maybe it could be a hybrid of T-Rex and Carnotaurus.
What do you guys think? What dinosaurs do you think they used to make D-Rex?Read more >