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 >
One hell of a Thanksgiving present!Read more >
Alright folks, I'm starting this chat to be a civilized debate/conversation. Points will be given and taken, based on incoming information and past events. Now, I don't want paragraph-long arguements. And I don't want people arguing for mere fun.
For example, the newly released trailer shows a Mososaur, it's website refers to Mount Sibo, and an evicted Costa Rican tribe from Isla Nublar. That alone adds 3 solid points to the game being canon. You can look into the details and give decent points, and any information from the past films is also considered.Read more >
Well my friends it finally aired, the trailer for Jurassic World. If any of you haven't seen it, head over to youtube now! I would like to know what you think? What dinosaurs did you see, which ones do you hope to see, what do you think of the bioengineered dinosaur angle?Read more >
YES! ITS FINALLY HERE!!! 2 days early!!!Read more >
Uses CGI stand-ins from JP1 and the D-rex CGI isn't finished, but the Mosasaur one is! http://iconosquare.com/kenbarbforever
Photo of the Mosasaur:
UPDATE: Leaked clips have been removed.
UPDATE 2: I've just been sent some pictures from a FOURTH leaked video! One with an overturned gyrosphere, and 2 others involving Pteranodons attacking a helicopter. Seems like we're getting the Ptero Attack from the scrapped finale of TLW!Read more >
Alright folks, Universal Pictures just released the very first footage of Jurassic World, in a Teaser Trailer to hype the release of the Theatrical Trailer on the 27th this week. Check the footage out here and let me know what you all think!Read more >
Jurassic Park: The Game is simply NOT canon. It is NOT an official sequel to the original film.
Telltale bought Universal's support for the project and did everything they could to deliver an authentic Jurassic Park experience, even going so far as writing a story woven into the events of the film. However it is no more a true sequel to the film than any glorified Fan-Fic is.
Telltale added characters and animals that weren't in the film and weren't even being kept on Isla Nublar.
When Jurassic Park states there were only 3 Raptors being housed on the island during the events of the film then how dare a third party call that a lie. NO other living Raptors were known about by ANY Jurassic Park staff. They had no reason to keep anything from …Read more >
This text is intended to serve as a back story and reconciliation of the design changes in Dinosaurs between films. Namely the Raptors and Pteranodons.
To properly reconcile the films and the Dinosaur changes seen throughout, one must first realize what the Dinosaurs INGEN created really are.
The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park are, quite simply, mutants.
They are made complete by combining the DNA of other creatures with the original Dinosaur DNA which results in the animals possesing features and attributes not found in their true-to-history counterparts. They have been tweaked and modified to be as close as possible to real Dinosaurs but they are still not 100% genuine.
I have added a few quotes, links and personal theories to help prove thi…
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The link above goes to the newly launched "Teaser Site" for Jurassic World. The site features new and extensive details, including the announced death of John Hammond in 1997 after TLW:JP, and the aquisition of InGen by Masrani Global, a corporation that aimed to establish a new park on Nublar.
The site also features several new photos, including the first appearance of B.D. Wong once again as Dr. Henry Wu
What's also incredible about this site and the newly announced details, is the absolute dedication some of the details have to established canon. Just reading through the "Preserve Isla Nublar" section, I noted that the filmmakers took Nima's tribe and referenced it, as …Read more >
Here is the first look at Diabolus Rex: http://www.groovebricks.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/LEGO-Jurassic-World-2015-1.jpg
Now you might be wondering why it is lego, and this is why. Lego are producing Jurassic world sets for next year, but a Chinease company has released images of them, as a lot of the models have already been made. The other models include a new T.rex plus 4 different coloured raptors, suggesting that there are 4 different named raptors, presumably the ones Chris Pratt looks after.
Sorce: http://www.groovebricks.com/lego-jurassic-world-2015-leaked-dinosaurs-images/Read more >
Teaser Trailer (released Today)
November 27, 2014!1
Post your Opinions on the trailers below!Read more >
Mull over this for a while. It looks like Dimorphodon will get a part as well as Mosasaurus:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0369610/board/thread/236517782Read more >
Some news regarding the chickenosaurus project.Read more >
Jurassic World wiki has been created by myself and Mcoury. We will work hard to make IT the best JW wiki ever but we can't do it without your help.
So please if your willing to work with us, please message me.Read more >
Anyone have any Jurassic Park crossovers with The Land Before Time, Dinosaur King, Walking with Dinosaurs or the Disney film Dinosaur?Read more >
Yet another tweet leak from Trevorrow:Read more >
Just wondering whether a tyrannosaurus or spinosaurus can survive/withstand a train crash due to their big size & thick hide, what will happen to them & how durable they are.Read more >
Which of the dinosaurs esp. carnivores do you think could best fit this soundtrack()?
Ladies and gentlemen, it is my deepest regret to inform you that Jurassic Park star Lord Richard Attenborough is dead at 90: http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/son-tells-bbc-british-actor-director-richard-attenborough-25106260Read more >
http://jpfanon.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Mcoury/Jurassic_Park_SurvivalRead more >
Thanks to help from The Cold Storage Room page and John Alfred Hammond CEO I now know all of the 15 species that they cloned in the film cannon. In Jurassic Park the game there are 9 species of dinosaurs on the first island. So the remainder of the species are on the second island.
Species in Jurassic Park The Game Map:
- Tyrannosaurus rex
- Herrerasaurus (possibly a replacement for Baryonyx)
- Compsognathus (possibly a replacement for Segisaurus)
Species not on the first island/the rest of the cloned species:
- Pachycephalosaurus (possibly a replacement for Proceratosaurus)
- Ceratosaurus (possibly a replacement for Metriacanthosaurus)
Recently, I've been creating a Jurassic World movie site, as well as a facebook page.However it doesn't seem like many JW fans visit it. So please visit the website and tell me what you think! Thank you!
Jurassic World Movie Website
Jurassic World Facebook PageRead more >
Tomorrow, At Comic Con Jurassic World will make it's first debut!
The special teaser is unknown weither it will be small slice of footage, a teaser trailer or even a official trailer with chunks of footage.
UPDATE: Sadly, Jurassic World didn't make an appearence at all. No Teaser, No Footage, Nothing but a poster, JW Car and a TREX head that was supposed to be a build to the most exciting day at Comic Con that brought us nothing.
UPDATE #1: After the shame of Jurassic World not being seen at Comic Con, Jurassic World Teaser is set to be released on the Vines App, the time is yet unknown #JurassicWorldRead more >
Awhile back, I purchased a Jurassic Park /// Prop on ebay. It came from a very highly recommended seller, and his story claimed that he new someone working close with the film when it was made, and received this item.
The prop I supposedly purchased is the screen-used business card from Kirby Enterprises. Unfortunately, it came with no COA (Certificate of Authenticity), but that is understandable. From what I've read, several of these were produced for the film, but only one or possibly two made it into the final film. I've noticed that the black backround has smudged off to the right of the "K" and left of "Paul Kirby's" information. Ironically, I've also compared this to the film, and this particular are where the smudge appears is exactl…Read more >
Good day everyone, it's --The Collector 23:38, July 22, 2014 (UTC), one of the active administers of this wiki.
Will anyone on this wiki be attending this year's San Deigo Comic Con? Because you might have a chance to get this exclusive Jurassic World poster that they'll be handing out to a select few.
If you want more info on the subject, head on over to Screenrant by clicking the external link above.Read more >
Whatever happened to the badges? Just asking. I really want to know. Because I don't really know why they disappeard while I was gone. :/Read more >
Jurassic Connection posted a photo from NASA's facility of a helicopter being shot behind a blue screen, it is unknown weither it's Jurassic World. Since, another movie is being shot there as well.Read more >
A picture was posted today on the internet of A Velociraptor Animatronic. It is proved to be real by Spielberg.
What do you think?Read more >
Wikia’s preparing to take San Diego Comic-Con 2014 by storm along with a legion of #WikiaLive superfans! We know many of you are already going, but WE WANT YOU to enlist in our “Fan Army.”
Tell us you’re going by filling out this form and -- as we’ve done in year’s past -- we’ll do what we can to give those of you among our ranks an awesome fan experience. That may include VIP perks like celeb meet ‘n’ greets, party access, and other fun opportunities!
We’ll start right now! We have room for six Los Angeles-based fans to ride in our train down to San Diego (departing the morning of Wednesday, July 23)... absolutely free! We’ll even throw in a ticket BACK to L.A. (we’re not gonna leave you stranded). The first six Angelenos to sign up will re…Read more >
Today I compared our article on JW with the one on wikipedia. One thing was clear to me. We need someone who will take the responsibility for writing the articles about . And we need one now.
Our articles , Jurassic World/Rumours and Jurassic World/Production are in a very bad shape. We need someone who can write properly and will keep the articles free of vandals and update them as soon as there is new trustworthy news.
Who thinks he/she can do this.Read more >
Hello everyone, I was wondering what your thoughts about the plot-line for Jurassic World would be? I have several moments and plot elements that I think will be used, let's see what you think.
Main Overview & Known Material:
Okay, everyone pretty much knows that a new, fully functional Jurassic-themed amusement park, Hotel-resort, golf club, and tourist attraction is fully functional, called Jurassic World. Several photos of a new map of Isla Nublar have been released, and original Jurassic Park fans are overjoyed to finally have this film made. Anyway, several cast members have also been named, such as Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan, and B.D. Wong (thankfully returning). Little to no elements are known about their c…Read more >
Here are some more pictures: http://www.scified.com/site/jurassicworld/jurassic-world-reveals-shown-at-la-licensing-expo-2014
And here is a pic actually posted by Trevorrow which shows the shadow of a dinosaur's head (Diabolus?) http://www.independent.co.uk/incoming/article9545692.ece/alternates/w620/jurassic.jpgRead more >
I was looking up stuff about the new film earlier today and found these pictures. You can see them to the right.
These are from the new Jurassic Park film. What do ya'll think of these?Read more >
SOme of the filming is in an abandoned theme park. This could be a new attraction, or possibly one of the old ones from the original park. The question is, what will it be called?Read more >
According to SciFied the ruins of the Visitor Center will appear in .
First of all, I think that will be great. However, I am very afraid that the door of this Visitor Center will still be intact. Because if it is, it will contradict with the events of Jurassic Park: The Game. In T. rex Showdown! Rexy destroyes the stairs, bites of a piece of railing and bursts through the Center's front; destroying the door and a piece of the skulped skeleton above it.
If the Visitor Center was back in use, it could be that the front was repaired. However, the buildings is probably in ruins and found by characters who are lost in the jungle. So, I don't think anyone would bother to repair it.
What do you think. Would the intact front of the Visitor Center be e…
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On the first day of Jurassic June, a tweet send by the Twitter account of jurassicworld.org has photo sent by Phil Tippett according to them.
From what is seen it appears he's been working on the model of a juvenile Triceratops and the photo has watermark with the words "JW".
I don't know if this is legit, but I feel it is worth sharing if it truly is.
UPDATE: It is confirmed by the people over the account that this is not a legit photo! The image is from a Behind the Scenes special of the original Jurassic Park!Read more >
It seems that the plan to recreate woolly mammoths is already in progress. Not just talking and planning, but actual progress. Three genes from the mammoth have already been migrated into elephant cells. In three years, we could have a mammoth-elephant hybrid embryo ready to be implanted into an Asian elephant uterus.
I emailed George Church (the scientist doing the project) to see if it was true. And it was indeed true. You can see his email in the thumbnail.
Instead of trying to recreate a full mammoth genome (pretty much impossible), he is instead creating a mammoth-elephant hybrid genome, which is much easier. George Church's TED talk explains this further. The genome-editing method he uses is known as CRISPR.Read more >
I don't know the legitimatacy of this source but here it is: https://imgur.com/gallery/vXyIz/newRead more >
Note: Possible spoilers if you didn't figure that out already.
So this happened today.
Take it with a grain of salt. JobLo is supposedly a reliable site but this also sounds heavily based on the old script. Probably not worth it to add these details to the wiki yet, but let's hear what you guys think about it.Read more >
So I saw this: http://www.jurassicworld.org/?id=121 recently and thought it was worth sharing. Does anyone know anymore about this concept art?
Also, more images: http://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/concept-art-jurassic-world-shows-high-modern-jungle-paradise/Read more >
At 30 July 2010 THE8PURPLE2 created a Facebook page for Park Pedia. We all thought it would be the perfect medium to promote this wiki and attract new members.
The Facebook page can be found here: Jurassic Park Wiki.
This wiki is in a terminal shortage of active knowledgeable editors and admins. So, I really wanted to give it a try.
For the more than last year the fb page had an update almost every day. Single handedly, with some short help from Kabilan29, I made sure the members had funny/interesting updates every day.
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However, my time wasn't well wasted. After all that time spend, we have yet to recieve our 200th like. Furthermore, the closest thing to new members it attracted was some Redneck fundamentalist complaining that we talked about ev…
I see many comics are not finished we can all help by going on amazon as they have pretty much all of the available to buy post links inks in the comments belowRead more >