"Take a tour through the valley of the Isla Nublar sun and observe our fabulous flocks."
—Park Map (src)
Gallimimus - Jurassic World

Gallimimus in the valley

Gallimimus Valley is the home of the Gallimimus, Apatosaurus, Parasaurolophus, and Edmontosaurus in the new park on Isla Nublar.

Free from predation, the Gallimimus are free to run throughout their habitat.[1] Mostly Gallimimus like to hang out in flocks and dine on the soft vegetation.[2]

The attraction Jungle Trek takes tourists to the area.


  • The size of the valley is 31 km2.[3]


Behind the scenes

The valley where they filmed the Gallimimus Valley is the same location as the Gallimimus flocking scene in Jurassic Park.

In the Jurassic World storyboard, the attraction was to be called the "Galli Safari". Instead of using Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer 712 M to observe the Gallimimus visitors used Gyrospheres. Strangely, there was another way of observing the ostrich dinosaurs. In reference to the famous Gallimimus flocking scene, staff would release a Tyrannosaurus rex (presumably the T. rex of Isla Nublar) to hunt the Gallimimus making the herd flee to a safe room as a live audience watched.[4]


  4. davelowerystoryboards - Jurassic World (July 31, 2015) Retrieved from
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