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"I don't remember that on InGen's list."
Billy Brennan(src)

InGen's list was a list of every animal that InGen publicly cloned for display in their parks. The animals that were featured in Michael Crichton's novels would have been displayed in the following locations: Jurassic Park (novel park), Jurassic Park: Europe and Jurassic Park: Asia. As in the film universe, these creatures would have been displayed in these facilities: Jurassic Park (movie park), Jurassic Park: San Diego, Jurassic Park: Europe, and eventually, Jurassic World (park).

Known Prehistoric Animals on InGen's List

Genetic hybrids

Hybrids made by InGen only appear in the movie canon. NOTE: This does not include the hybrids from Jurassic Park: Chaos Effect as the scientists who created those hybrids were not associated with InGen.

Uncertain

References

  1. Is classified under its synonym Pteranodon sternbergi
  2. The Mosasaurus that resides in Jurassic World is identified as Mosasaurus maximus in RaptorPass 10 Mosasaurus.
  3. Jurassic Park: Trespasser
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Genetic material of Carnotaurus, Deinosuchus, Giganotosaurus, Majungasaurus, Rugops, and Therizinosaurus was in possession of InGen by 2014 and was used in the creation of the genetic hybrid Indominus rex. However, it is unknown if the dinosaurs used in the hybrid's creation were ever recreated by InGen.
  5. Maiasaura appears on nr. 67 of the Inkworks Jurassic Park III Premium Trading Cards.
  6. Muttaburrasaurus appears on nr. 68 of the Inkworks Jurassic Park III Premium Trading Cards.
  7. Jurassic Park: The Game
  8. It is unknown if these dragonflies are Meganeura or a close relative or if they were dragonflies whose size was altered, like the dwarf elephant of the Pachyderm Portfolio.
  9. The Triceratops species recreated by InGen in the novel canon is identified as Triceratops serratus by the narrator of the Park Drive. Today material belonging to Triceratops serratus was reassigned to the species T. horridus.
  10. Was identified by Dr. Henry Wu as Velociraptor mongoliensis, but reached the size of Achillobator.
  11. There was an egg in the hatchery of Jurassic Park presumed to be Coelurosaurus, which is a nonexistent dinosaur that is most likely just another name for Coelurus.
  12. Masraniglobal.com - InGen Technologies (Novemeber 19, 2014) Retrieved from http://www.masraniglobal.com/about/divisions/ingen/index.html
  13. Seen on a computer screen inside the Innovation Center of Jurassic World, but it is unknown if it was ever created.