Ouranosaurus (meaning "brave lizard") was an iguanodont dinosaur that lived during the Early Cretaceous period in Cretaceous Africa. Ouranosaurus had a hump similar to that of present day camels. Ouranosaurus lived in Africa during the Cretaceous period, alongside predators like Suchomimus, Eocarcharia, and Sarcosuchus, and was their common prey.

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Jurassic Park III

Ouranosaurus was originally supposed to appear in the Riverside scene for Jurassic Park III but it was cut from the film.

Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis

see Ouranosaurus/Operation Genesis

Ouranosaurus was featured as a two star large herbivore in Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, and they serve as the preferred prey for Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus. They also seem to be friends with Edmontosaurus, even though the two dinosaurs lived on two totally different continents. However being a distant cousin to the later Ornithopod, this would be considered accurate.

The coloration is a grey with a greenish tint, with black markings, with a tan molten orange on the shoulders and sail.

Jurassic Park: Builder

see Ouranosaurus/Builder

Ouranosaurus is one of the available dinosaurs that can be created in the simulation game Jurassic Park: Builder. Its creation is needed to in Henry Wu's mission Conference Star. It, however, only vagley resemble the real creature. It lacks its thumb claw, the sail is too small, and its hadrosaur-like beak is missing.

Jurassic Park III: Park Builder

Ouranosarus can be cloned from DNA in the game Jurassic Park III: Park Builder.

Jurassic Park: Explorer

Ouranosarus can be created in the DVD game Jurassic Park: Explorer.

Jurassic World: Alive

see Ouranosaurus/JW: A

Ouranosaurus appears in Jurassic World: Alive. Its overall design and color scheme greatly resembles that of its Jurassic Park Institute counterpart.

Jurassic World Evolution

see Ouranosaurus/JW: E

Ouranosaurus is included in Jurassic World Evolution’s Claire’s Sanctuary DLC, that was released on June 18, 2019.

Jurassic Park (Topps)

Ouranosaurus from Topps comics. (Image courtesy of Jurassic Park Legacy)

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