Deinosuchus (uncertain), Nasutoceratops, JW Troodon (uncertain, soft-canon), Unidentified Nodosaurid (Peloroplites?), Unidentified Tyrannosaurid (Teratophoneus?).
Trevorrow, Marshall and Bayona did not never mentioned Teratophoneus and Peloroplites.
Doubt if they are confirmed canon or only parts of the set without importance.
For me they are nameless carcasses of a tyrannosauridae or nodosauridae, without specifying the species.
I wouldn't be surprised if Teratophoneus is renamed Albertosaurus and the Peloroplites become Sauropelta.
Honestly I don't expect them to be brought up again, I just find it nice that the prop designer even chose these dinosaurs to include (even if they butchered how deep Teratophoneus' skull is supposed to be)
Possibly experiments kept in the Restricted Zone; yet to be announced in the park.
@Raptor1986 hmm... https://www.instagram.com/p/Bn7TbUCFhzt/?igshid=1mqkk9g9bzfnl
@Hren s molokom
a single comment on twitter / instagramm and no confirmation from the producers and director.
It is called Peloroplites only outside the movies, inside the movies it's just the unnamed carcass of a nodosauridae.
A. The official prop designer also posted it on his Insta (too lazy to link atm)
B. That's really not how that works. Unless they give official word that it's not what it was designed to be, then it is what it's designed to be.
Also the crocodile skull could be Sarcosuchus because it has been brought up in the media around the Jurassic world movies.
What do you think?