-John P. Hammond
In a distant past the island was occupied by Indians. They build pyramids and temples on the western side of the island. In the east, a coffee plantation was build in the 1860s. More to the west lies the InGen worker village of Burroughs. On the south coast lies a dock.
The version of Isla Sorna of Jurassic Park: Trespasser is quite different from novel or movie canon. The island is 3 km in length and 1.5 km width. The topography of this island is based on Cocos Island, a real island on the west coast of Costa Rica.
Confirmed dinosaur species InGen released on the island:
While no living specimen appears in the game, several Allosaurus skulls can be found. The final boss of the game is an oversized raptor, possibly a Utahraptor. In two unused quotes, Hammond gives both a description of a Gallimimus, and mentions an Apatosaurus, but neither are seen in-game.