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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 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 >
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 >
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 >