What I would pick for a Jurassic and herbivore pack in JW: Evolution:
Jurassic Dinosaur Pack (In order of when you unlock them):
- Dryosaurus (new animation/rig and fossils found in the Morrison formation)
- ' (stegosaurian animation/rig and fossils found in the Kimmeridge Clay and Lourinhã formations)
- Guanlong (new animation/rig and fossils found in the Shishugou formation)
When I first saw that chart in the video, I thought, "Holy shite! That is a 50-foot-tall Indominus rex! That's not right at all." But after actually looking at the chart and the measurements, I realized it isn't so bad.
I'm squinting to see the blurry numbers, but the human is marked at 5-feet-8-inches tall. Counting up to the Indominus, that's 20 feet. Much better than the 40-50 I was originally picturing in my mind, and it lines up with the JW size poster. The only glitch is the Indominus being 50 feet when we know she was not at the time of her escape. Since one row = 1 foot, that makes the following:
Jeanie: 5 ft 4 in
Blue: ~6 ft (can't really tell the number, but she's at the 6 ft line minimum)
Indominus: 20 ft
T. rex: 12 ft 8 in
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Hi, this is my first blog in this wiki. Now I want to make a novelization of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom from my point of view, this is just made by a fan for fans.
Jurassic World was built in Isla Nublar, over the ruins of the original park; Jurassic Park. Although without many visitors the first months, due the bad reputation of dinosaurs due to what happened in San Diego in 1997, it didn't take a long time to convert itself in the most spectacular and famous park for over 10 years.
By 2013, in the official website of the park was announced a new attraction, a hybrid dinosaur, and the tickets sold skyrocketed. The said hybrid should have been ready by August of 2015. However, one month before its great opening, a disaster happened. The is…
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It came to my attention a couple days ago that the Spinosaurus was supposedly subject to currently unknown methods of cruelty during some unspecified time before the fifth film. The evidence in question is a poster made by the Dinosaur Protection Group last year.
The word "cruelty" is written in red and so are the names of several dinosaur species below it. I'm not sure if its ever been confirmed what the red names mean, but the generally accepted reason by most fans I've seen on this wiki say that those dinosaurs are now extinct because they were treated cruely. It has at least been confirmed by he DPG article 'A History of Dino-Ethical Misconduct' that Edmontosaurus and Metriacanthosaurus went extinct between 2015 and 2018, both of …Read more >
As many of us know, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was packed with dinosaurs, having the most species out of all five current films. There were so many that the film didn’t have time to give a decent amount of focus to them all, aside from the T-rex, Velociraptor, Indoraptor, and Stygimoloch to an extent. And to think, concepts during early stages of development called for even more/different dinosaurs like Einiosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, and Spinosaurus.
Particularly that last one is an interesting case, because it was supposedly meant to be involved in a scene where it would have fought Isla Nublar’s veteran T-rex, as a rematch to the infamous battle in Jurassic Park III. But instead, we got to see that T-rex kill a Carnotaurus next to Owe…Read more >
Hi guys, and today I would like to talk about why InGen's Edmontosaurus do not survive well in the wild, because both on Sorna and Nublar, we heard that Edmontosaurus has died twice on both island. So lets dicuss this...
Isla Sorna (Movie canon)- As we know on Isla Sorna, there were four Edmontosaurus cloned by InGen to be added in Jurassic Park, but when the hurricane hit Sorna, the four Edmontosaurus were set free, and they had to live in the wild durning this time. One of the Edmontosaurus were killed by the Tyrannosaurus rex buck, or doe, and it's skull was seen in the nest. During the events the Isla Sorna Incident (2001), we did not see any living Edmontosaurus, probably hinting at the species becoming extinct once again.
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If you pay attention, you can actually see distinct differences in the raptor fossil skulls in both the films they appear in.
Interestingly we see two different Velociraptor skulls in this that look completely different.
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Hello, fellow JP/JW Wiki users, I am here to discuss an interesting aspect of the JP/JW Franchise; the Jurassic World Website Designs. Now, a lot of people take the designs as canon (except maybe the Parasaurolophus and the Pachycephalosaurus) because they have bright colorations and are fully accurate. However, I would like to state my opinion on the matter;
For me, the website designs are not canon. I do not take them as canon, but not without reason. I made this blog to share the reasons why I do not believe they are canon, as well as state the reasons why they may not be canon. Lets begin.
1. This is Jurassic Park/World, not Saurian.
Okay, so one thing you will notice about the website designs is how accurate they are compared to the other…Read more >
- When Dr. Wu interrupts the investors and Claire's conversation about the Indominus rex, he says she will be 50 feet long when fully grown, "bigger than the T. rex"... I never paid much mind to it before, but then I thought, why wouldn't he say she was even bigger than the T. rex now as a sub-adult? That would be even more impressive. To me, that means the sub-adult Indominus really was smaller than Rexy at the time, at least in terms of length as that was the subject of Wu's statement. It lends more credence to Rexy being 44 feet long and the sub-adult Indominus being 40 feet as the JW website claimed (I know it also said Rexy was 40 feet, but something has to give here). Height-wise, the Indominus definitely looks taller than Rexy, though, s…
Hello, fellow JP Wikians. I am writing this blog post because I had this idea in mind for some time now. As you may know, there was a movie called Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which was the ninth installment of the massive (and extremely popular) Star Wars Franchise. However, this movie, despite receiving very positive reviews from critics, has been hated by its own fanbase due to its negative aspects (such as its returning characters not acting the way they were before this movie, the inconsistence with the lore, etc) and this has been the craze in the past. Now, as we all know, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom from the popular Jurassic Park Franchise released, and was pretty much hated as well for different reasons. However, before I compare th…Read more >
While I like the fact that Jurassic World Evolution has more than 50 dinosaur species so far and still growing, I don't want it to overshaddow the theme park building aspect like Jurassic World: The Game did. Every time there's a new update for that game there's hardly ever a new building or decoration.
Unfortunately for the Evolution game, its selection of buildings is small at the moment and no new ones have been added through any of the DLCs. I still think there are more types of shops that the game can add, even based off of ones that were on main street in the Jurassic World film. I'm actually surprised that they haven't done an ice cream parlor or a coffee shop yet. Their own version of the Pterosaur IMAX theater is also something I w…Read more >
hi guys and today i think hadrosaurus should appear in jurassic world 3 since its a novel dinosaur like the Carnotaurus which appear in fallen kingdom and hadrosaurus was shown too be on the holoscope possibelty telling us that it was cloned for jurassic world and was a planned attraction like the sinoceratops in jurassic world fallen kingdom a tooth of a hadrosaurus was seen ken wheatly tooth bag because i did some reserach on it and its a hadrosaurus tooth so it looks like it was saved and when claire was freeing the dinosaurs in the lockwood manor i heard a unkown hounting sound i comapre it too the parasaurolophus which appear in the film and it does not much so it could be a hadrosaurus or a nipponosaurus so hadrosaurus would escape t…Read more >
I rarely ever make wishlists, at least not anymore. There are certain aspects in any video game that I'd like to see, but I think it's more fun just going into it all and then not getting too upset because it didn't match your expectations. That being said, I've been thinking about Jurassic World: Evolution, and I can't help but feel it's worth discussing dinosaurs I'd like to see.
The dinosaurs in JW:E can be divided, when you look through it all, into ten different "families", so to speak, with most dinosaurs sharing the same general animation, with a few variants thrown about in-between. As cool as it would be to see therizinosaurs, or non-dinosaur creatures like pterosaurs and mosasaurs, I'm not expecting them to be in. I'm just judging…Read more >
Note: This is directed towards those who disagreed with Maisie on freeing the dinosaurs into California.
So, I’ve seen a lot of people on the Internet hating on Maisie for freeing the dinosaurs, even to the point of using insults and death threats on her (such as having her eaten by a carnivorous dinosaur, calling her bad words, even with one comment, as I recalled, saying that a bullet should be lodged into her skull, etc). They said that she doomed the planet, that she is the cause of the deaths of millions of people... that this is a bad way of setting up a sequel, and with a few comments saying that the film itself is propaganda for animal rights... now, I would like to point this out and say that all this is wrong. Maisie is not an idi…Read more >
We all know that a common trait of pterodactyl depictions is that said pterodactyl, or Pteranodon if you want to be accurate to what we are talking about, can pick humans up with their "talons" like a giant eagle, despite this completely f*cking with what we know about their feet.
So, in conclusion, the Masrani clones can't hold people for long periods of time, although they love to try.
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Of the three new species in the recent Cretaceous Dinosaurs DLC for Jurassic World: Evolution, the inclusion of the Dreadnoughtus stuck out to me the most. The reason why is because only a couple months earlier in Fallen Kingdom, the Dreadnoughtus’ name was seen on a DNA vial at the end of the film. Given that the game’s dinosaur designs are based pretty much identically to those of the film series, it makes me wonder if Dreadnoughtus would really look that way if it is going to be in Jurassic World III. It is almost as if the game was hinting at some sort of significance with that dinosaur species going forward; and the fact that its DNA exists in film canon is a good warrant for its inclusion in the game.
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About a week ago, as I was making a comment on a thread about the dinosaur fetuses from Jurassic Park III, I thought up a strange question regarding the reason for their creation. Since last year, we’ve known from the DPG website article “What killed the Gene Guard Act” that four new dinosaur species, one of which being Spinosaurus, were created illegally by InGen on Isla Sorna between the second and third films. And it’s alluded to that the cloning lab with the aforementioned fetuses is where that took place in 1999. Despite projects such as the Amalgam Testing being a big reason why the illegal operation on Sorna was done, I have a feeling there may have been more at play. The question is whether or not InGen also cloned some of their ol…Read more >
log indo-3 is secure in isloted paddock away from the park Claire Dearing and Simon Masrani don't know about its existed.
quote from Henry Wu logs.
the 3rd indominus rex was created by Henry Wu too be tested on by him in a sercet paddock isloted from the park were he would test it with vic hoskin.
after the Indominus rex broke out the other i rex was set free by Henry Wu offscreen and after the incident the i rex lived in the south part of Isla Nublar were it would prey on other dinosaurs,
the indominus rex was relaved too still be alive on Isla Nublar by Henry Wu not by the Dinosaur Protection Group due too it losing its tracker.Read more >
There are a lot of people who would say that the volcano in Fallen Kingdom was just put there in the plot to add conflict for the film, given how suddenly the warning comes. Many volcanos in real life (especially Stratovolcanos like the one we see in the film) can go tens of thousands, if not millions of years between periods of activity; yet Mount Sibo erupts only 3 years after the fall of Jurassic World, and 25 years after the original Jurassic Park. Both of those are extremely short on a geologic timescale, and make both dinosaur escape incidents on Isla Nublar utterly pointless if Mount Sibo could have erupted at any time when those parks were or would have been open to the public.
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With the dinosaurs now on the mainland after the events of Fallen Kingdom, I currently question the possible fate of the Dinosaur Protection Group which was seen at the beginning of the film. Claire had founded it for the purpose of getting support through federal funding to save the dinosaurs on Isla Nublar from the eruption of Mount Sibo. Now that that was accomplished and the volcano has since erupted, there wouldn't be any need for the DPG anymore, and the current predicament of the escaped dinosaurs complicates things further.
The organization could shift their focus to the animal rights of the dinosaurs post-mainland-release, but they would need to a plan and way to justfy it. Currently, there's no concensus on what the best option wo…Read more >
I just had a thought earlier regarding Jurassic World III, and this involved Karen Mitchell and whether she will return from her debut in Jurassic World.
The reason I think of this is because Karen is Claire's sister, and her sons (Claire's nephews Zach and Gray) went through the Jurassic World incident. And Claire has founded the Dinosaur Protection Group, an organization dedicated to saving the dinosaurs. What would Karen think of Claire's organization, now that the dinosaurs are on mainland, loose. Would Karen support Claire, or would Karen go against Claire?
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(Updated as of 28/02/2019)
Hello fans of Jurassic Park and Zoids, I am known as Freighttrain and in this blog post I have made a list of the prehistoric genera featured in all official media of the Jurassic Park franchise that have Zoid counterparts, just for fun.
This list is derived from a blog post I have made on the Zoids wiki featuring a list of all known Zoids arranged in a quasi-phylogenetic taxonomic order.
And on related developments I have also made similar blog posts on Xenopedia and The Gundam wiki featuring definitive classification systems.
- For convenience, the names of each genus link to both their wikipedia articles and their articles on this wiki, with the wikipedia links being featured in the Zoid counterparts list dire…
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A text version of a theory that I considered during my last saga marathon in Jurassic Park. Here there is a series of lists that present diverse universes (of which, ONLY ONE, I consider the most important) that, truly, exist in the franchise.
An unknown chronology and without too much relevance within the franchise.In this canon are: the exclusive tourist attraction of Universal Pictures, a single web page, and a single movie.
Canon attractions/movies/series (chronologically):
- InGen's website
- Jurassic Park
- Jurassic Park: The Ride (TV spots incluided)
Perhaps the theme of now (with respect to the Jurassic films) is the next Jurassic World movie. And with all the revelations (to a greater or lesser extent), I decided to make a small list of the things that I would like them to come out in the third film of this trilogy.
I really love the dinosaurs that were incorporated in Fallen Kingdom, but I would like to see more "real" dinosaurs in this possible last installment. Here is a list:
One doubt I have is with "Spino". I really have a fear with this powerful dinosaur and with its use in this delivery. Other possible dinosaurs would be Saurolophus, Yutyrannus and Beipiaosaurus as reference to The Land Before Time saga.
There are really a lot of things from the novels that I would like to see in this mo…
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During Fallen Kingdom it was heavily suggested that Benjamin Lockwood's original daughter died in a car accident, but it was never said when it occured. And the fact that Benjamin is never seen or mentioned in the first Jurassic Park film would suggest that his falling out with John Hammond occurred prior to the 1993 Isla Nublar incident, meaning that his daughter had died before then as well.
However, when Maisie asks her "grandfather" if her "mother" ever visited the park, he says yes. This would mean that Maisie was one of the few characters (let alone a child) besides Lex, Tim, and Jessica Harding from Jurassic Park: The Game to have visited the park while it was still under construction.
And since Maisie is around 9 or 10 years old in F…Read more >
I just encountered a video that might signal something big.
I just happened to stumble upon this video on YouTube from a user named JurassicFan95, where he uploaded a Spanish video saying what was going to happen, and what grabbed my attention was some video footage of Blue sniffing the window of a car.
I translated the dialogue from the video, so you can read in English.
"In this video I put a quick example of what we could see in Jurassic World III, as raised by Colin Trevorrow in his recent interview with Jurassic Outpost.
A family is driving in the direction of the mountain, to have a pleasant time, but when they stop the car and look to the left to admire the landscape, something really unexpecte…Read more >
Okay, so you might be wondering why I would write a blog. I would like to make something clear; this is a blog that was written by me just for fun that politely disagrees with a video that criticized JW:FK that is made by a YouTuber named CinemaSins. From this point, you can take whatever I say in the following except for the Note section as criticisms of CinemaSins' video with jokes and humorous dialogue.
Animalman57: Also, I'm collaborating with Dinosaurus1, mainly for the same reasons. Mine might be a bit more critical of his sins, but ya know, why not added a few jokes to my points as well? These clowns seem not to realize that their points are unjustified or just plain wrong.
- Note: This is just a blog that criticizes a YouTuber named Ci…
Basically, this is for the skins that they should've added as film, webiste or novel references.
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I am a patreon for Jack Ewins and I see his live streams, which he does divulge a lot of Jurassic info. However, he did state that the streams will not be available to watch after they are finished. This unfortunately means the edits I've made (or could make) linking to the stream in question wouldn't be available to truly confirm. I just wanted to clarify this if anyone would try to visit the link(s) and then go "wtf I can't even verify this source is real mannnn." I'm not trying to present something as false or misleading.
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First, here's the source for this claim: https://brickshow.com/2018/10/more-jurassic-world-lego-sets-for-2019-according-to-universal
Now, onto what I want:
It's color: Blueish-grey with white markings (these markings are similar to the dark brown markings on the Tyrannosaurus) and red crests. Mold: Body and tail the same as Dilophosaurus. Head is custom. Arms are Blue's.
It's color: Dark grey with light grey patches and small light blue spots all over the body. It's mold. Body, legs and tail the same as Indominus. Head and arms are custom.
It's color: Dark green with light brown stripes all over the body. It's mold: Everything is custom.
It's color: Bright green with white markings all over (these markings are similar to the dark brown markings o…
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Now that Stegoceratops, Ankylodocus, and Spinoraptor have been introduced to Jurassic World: Evolution through The Secrets of Dr. Wu, I wonder if the game will include any more hybrids in future DLCs. Since they seem to take inspiration from their counterparts in the Jurassic World app game, I am going to use that to base which other hybrids we are most likely to see. As such, this limits the options down to a few dinosaur hybrids that are not combined with pterosaurs, amphibians, crocodiles, et cetera; so I am only counting ones made up of two true dinosaurs.
Carnoraptor seems like a rather simple one to add. Even though the game does not have Pyroraptor, Velociraptor could once again substitute much like it did with the Jurassic World: Ev…Read more >
Jurassic Park Dinosaur Sizes: Brachiosaurus
Video can be watched here.
Many fans wonder how big the dinosaurs are in the Jurassic Park movies. There are different sizes given all over the internet—some are valid, some are reasonable and based on scientific research, and some are completely inaccurate and make you wonder what was going on there. This series is going to focus on figuring out how big the InGen dinosaurs are, and why not start with the first dinosaur we saw in the flesh, the Brachiosaurus?
Like many of the dinosaurs in the franchise, the Brachiosaurus has had several size estimates given throughout the years. Since no individual has been named like Rexy and Blue, I have to assume the size estimates are for the species in a genera…Read more >
Sinoceratops is a genus of ceratopsian that lived in China during the Late Cretaceous, living about 72-66 million years ago.
Sinoceratops is a very significant centrosaur because not only it is the first ceratopsid to be ever discovered in China, but it is also one of the largest centrosaurines ever discovered. It lived alongside Shantungosaurus, Zhuchengtyrannus, and Zhuchengceratops.
Like most centrosaurs, Sinoceratops had a single nasal horn and no horns above its eyebrows. However, what distinguishes this ceratopsian is its frill pattern, which is a series of forward-curving frill horns that run around the top of the frill. There is also a series of low set knobs on the top of the frill, which is not seen in any other known ceratopsian.
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Ever since it was revealed by the Dinosaur Protection Group website that Isla Sorna is no longer flourishing with dinosaurs, it has had me (and surely a lot of other fans) questioning whatever happened to the Spinosaurus from Jurassic Park III. It was supposedly meant to have a rematch with the T-rex in Fallen Kingdom, but that never came to pass. If that were the case, that would mean that the Spinosaurus would have been captured along with many other surving dinosaurs on Sorna after The Chaos Effect (more on that later), and shipped to Isla Nublar; where it could have become an attraction off-screen in Jurassic World. And since the Spinosaurus was not among the auction dinosaurs in Fallen Kingdom as far as we are aware, that would compli…Read more >
ITS THE 20TH (at least it is here in australia ) ITS HERE THOUGH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Read more >
Hi guys and here i am going to talk about Ken Wheatley Dinosaur teeth which we saw in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and we see him pull out a tooth from a Stegosaurus which was one of the teeth from many caputred dinosaurs shich him and his men caputre over there Days on Isla Nublar and i have being looking at some dinosaur teeth from cannon dinosaurs and here are some dinosaurs which i belive which were caputre and had there teeth pulled out by wheatly.
- the big long tooth in the center i thing belongs too a Suchomimus.
- another one of the teeth looks like one from a Hadrosaurus which might be telling us that Hadrosaurus survired the three years on nublar and its tooth fits very well here.
- one of the teeth looks very much like a tyrannosauri…
I'm bored, here's an official extinction list:
- Indominus rex
Turda, extinction list. Might as well add to it, functionally extinct list:
- Tyrannosaurus rex
Two Jurassic World games have had an easily identifiable trope, they have remodeled Troodon from existing Ornithomimids.
The first was Lego Jurassic World which remodeled it's Troodon from the existing Gallimimus model and gave it a new color scheme and size. This makes the Troodon alongside the Baryonyx a lesser appearance in the game, as both share the same stats as their more famous relatives while not getting anything unique about them. The Troodon suffers more than the Baryonyx on the other hand due to it looking noting like a Troodon. It's missing its teeth, it's toes claw, even it's head shape. This makes it seem more like an Ornithomimid than it's own species.
Jurassic World Evolution on the other hand came along, and while the Trood…
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The Jurassic World: Texas Dinosaur Rescue is an 60-page to promote the release soon. It is written by Keith Wilkinson. It tells us behind the sense that Keith and the rest of his own team to save the dinosaurs before the other team arrived to the island. The rescued animals are located in preserve in Texas
Stealth is a female genitic modifyed Velociraptor that trained and rasied by keith wilkinson.
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For pictures of the animals shown or mentioned here, go to https://www.deviantart.com/fierycarnotaurus/gallery/67591206/TEIM-Dinosaurs
Chapter 1: The Redwoods
History: This area was close to the coast, and where most dinosaurs were introduced. It had since become the breeding grounds for many animals, but many also stay there year round. This place was where poaching was the worst until it actually stopped. Expeditions held weekly help show what exactly lives here, and how Dinosaurs shaped the environment.
Flora: Conifers are the only types of trees here, with big ones being somewhat sparse in population, with smaller conifers being more dense. Bushes and ferns are also common. Grass doesn’t grow here. Saltwater plants include kelp, seagrass…Read more >
when you think about it (not including isla sorna ) the isla nublar trex has only killed 2 people donald in the first movie and eli mills in fallen kingdom meaning the isla nublar trex isn as savage as you thinkRead more >
I think this page is dead.
No more commentaries in none of the posts.
Any new post.
I really think its dead...Read more >
Speilberg's FIlm Canon (S/F)
- Jurassic Park
- The Lost World: Jurassic Park
- Jurassic Park III
- Jurassic Park: The Game
- Jurassic World
- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Crichton's Novel Canon (C/N)
Junior Novelization Canon (J/C)
Topps's Comic Book Canon (T/C)
IDW's Comic Book Canon (I/C)
Trespasser's Video Game Canon (T/V)
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Jurassic Park: The Ride's Canon (J/R)
It taked a while, but its here! Chapter 6!
(This chapter was made while hearing anime musics, it helped a lot.Ans sorry for doing this too late, but now i done it.)
-Oh, hi Enrique, why did you called me?
-About the dig teams Jacob, i thinked in send them to 2 countrys, as we buyed another one.
-Okay, so where you want to let they go?
-Ummmmm... Team 1 can go to South Africa and Team 2 can go to Australia again...
-Australia again? Why?
-There is very interesting creatures that lived there...
-Okay... Oh, and i have news from the Muttaburrasaurus enclousure1
-What they are?
-All the Muttaburrasaurus had been transported and are now living like a herd, the leader is Barry, the female and first Muttaburrasaurus.
-Any more news?
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I’ve thought about creating a ingen fanfiction so basically different mini stories and facts about ingen just facts and maybe mini storiesRead more >
After a week, Enrique's house was done, he was escorted to the house.
The postosuchus were with 1 week old and they started to grow, and their enclosures were done. They were almost ready to open.
-Hello? Its Enrique.
-Oh, Jacob! Thanks for calling, but, what is it?
-Ehhhhh, the dig crew!
-Oh yeah, ummmmmmm, lets see.....
I think you might send the dig crew to Australia.
-Are you sure?
-Yeah, send they in.
-Great choice, but, i have another things to say.
-First: The cientists in the hatchery have been watching Paul and Killer, and, they made an information paper, about everything they have studied, behavior, diet and etc.
-Second: I need permission to fabricate an scope for our rangers tranquilizer-dart gun and make…Read more >
Chapter 1: Different Faces
Light From Darkness
Faces. Four faces. Four smiling faces. That's what it saw when light came through the shell. The first face disturbed it, its round chubby head smiled down in a unsettling way. The second was darker in color, and the third was mostly calm, but showed a hint of excitement. Now, the fourth... The fourth was smiling so hard it was frightening! But the face cared, a face that was so happy that it began to cry. It looked around and saw three others: one was teal, another brown with white and black stripes, and the third as yellow as the sun. It looked back up, its eyes adapting to the light, and it learned something new. It was in a pack.
Joshua Malchom sat under a lush gre…Read more >
At this thread, i, the creator of Isla Creta will discuss and answer questions in general with you guys!
For start, heres a picture of Paul, the male postosuchus!
Any questions? Go to the commentaries!
Bye for now!
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