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"We have a T. rex."
John Hammond(src)

This Tyrannosaurus rex is the secondary antagonist turned anti-hero of the original Jurassic Park film, a minor character and anti-hero of Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the antagonist of the second season of the Netflix TV series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, and a minor antagonist in the show's third season. The animatronic was nicknamed Roberta in Phil Tippett's storyboards for the first film[1]; however, the majority of fans address her as Rexy, the nickname given to her in the original novel, Jurassic Park: The Game, The Evolution of Claire and Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. She is a female Tyrannosaurus rex that appears in Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, and that will appear in Jurassic World: Dominion. She is known for participating in several incidents on Isla Nublar and for saving the major human participants involved in these incidents from other dangerous creatures, although inadvertently. This makes her role something of an anti-heroine in the films.

Behavioral characteristics

This Tyrannosaurus was the largest carnivore living on Isla Nublar; as such, she is a fearless, bold, and domineering beast that walks the line between heroine and villainess, largely motivated by two goals: Keep intruders off her territory and eat any prey that she finds there.[2] Even twenty-plus years older, she was still relentless and very vigorous. She was shown roaring and launching herself at the Indominus rex the first moment she saw it.[3] She also appears to be fairly efficient at stealth, as she caught Dr. Grant, Ellie Sattler, Lex and Tim Murphy,[2] and Eli Mills completely by surprise, as neither of them saw or heard her coming.[4]

In many circumstances, her own hunger and hostility was unintentionally helpful to others, such as her feeding on the Velociraptors chasing Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, Lex Murphy, and Tim Murphy and thus indirectly saving them. Additionally, her brawn and ferocity is partnered with a good dose of intelligence, as she checked her fence to see if it was working when the saboteur Dennis Nedry shut down all power to the park.[2] During her battle with the Indominus rex, she knew not to attack Blue after Blue helped her defeat the Indominus because she was exhausted from the fight as well as acknowledging the smaller theropod's help.[3] She also demonstrated a capacity to remember certain individuals and grudges, as shown when she encountered Mitch trapped in one of his own snares after he stuck a cattleprod up her nose and painfully electrocuted her. She did not eat him immediately, but studied and sniffed him for a few seconds before narrowing her eyes and roaring before proceeding to eat him,[5] as well as never attempting to attack Owen and Claire (with the exception of when they did the blood transfusion with her, as she likely viewed them as a threat at that moment)[4] after they helped her in her battle with the Indominus rex.[3]

Physical appearance

In the film canon for Jurassic World, this Tyrannosaurus rex is a 13.5-meter-long (44.3 feet) and 5.2-meter-tall (17 feet)[6] predator with a dull gray and brown color scheme with degradation color zone running down her neck, back and tail. In the first film, she appeared to be quite robust and muscular.[2] After her fight with the Velociraptors in the first film, she gained three large scars going down the right hand side of her neck and face, making her easily recognizable. In the fourth and fifth films, her appearance changed noticeably, with the stripes on her back having become very faint, her skin tightening, and the shape of her head losing its musculature. Her body became thinner,[3] but she somehow regained mass after the fall of Jurassic World, becoming more robust by 2018.[4] In Jurassic World: Dominion, she is just as robust as her appearance in the original film, the splotching around her eyes has darkened considerably, and the striping along her snout and back has darkened as well. Her arms have somehow become less pronated similar to the real T. rex.


Cretaceous Period

The T. rex during the Cretaceous Period.

65 million years ago, in the Cretaceous Period, a Tyrannosaurus rex came face to face with a Giganotosaurus. They engaged in a duel but eventually the Giganotosaurus was victorious. As the T. rex died, a mosquito bit the dinosaur, leaving the DNA of the prehistoric predator to be found by InGen in the future. InGen would use the genetic material found within the mosquito to clone the species back into existence.


The T. rex was hatched in 1988[7] inside the InGen Compound[8] of Isla Sorna[9][8] where she spent the first year of her life inside the lab being taken care of by its workers[9] before being transported to Isla Nublar to live in the Tyrannosaur Paddock as an attraction for InGen's Jurassic Park.[2] JurassicWorld.com's map of Isla Nublar states that her paddock was designed to house a juvenile of her species to live with her,[10] but no juvenile was ever transported to the paddock.[7]

Jurassic Park Incident

"Boy, do I hate being right all the time."
Ian Malcolm after the T. rex escapes(src)

When the inspection team constituting of vertebrate paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant, paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler, chaotician Dr. Ian Malcolm, lawyer Donald Gennaro, and John Hammond's grandchildren Lex and Tim Murphy took a tour of Jurassic Park, initially the Tyrannosaurus was a no-show. Although computer technician Ray Arnold attempted to lure her to her paddock fence by tantalizing her with a goat, the T. rex still refused to answer the call. Alan, observing this, surmised that it was because she wanted to hunt her prey rather than have it offered to her.[2]

The Tyrannosaur roars triumphantly after escaping her pen.

Later that night, a tropical storm forced the tour to be turned around sometime after the group visited the Triceratops Paddock. During this time Dennis Nedry shut down all electricity to the park, causing the Ford Explorer Tour Vehicles to shut down in front of the T. rex's paddock with its electrified fencing in the same state. At this point, the T. rex revealed herself to the visitors by eating the goat left by the fence as bait, hunger probably having eclipsing her pride, and then touching the electric fence to see if her enclosure was still electrified. Gennaro, seeing that the fence was disabled left his Explorer and ran to the nearby restroom hut to hide. By that point, the T. rex moved to the disabled fence and ripped it apart with her teeth before stepping out onto the road and roaring triumphantly. After exploring and investigating the Explorers, her attention was caught by the light that was emitted from a flashlight that Lex had turned on in the front Explorer. Unaware that the source of the light was inside the Explorer, she walked right to the front door and peered out into the jungle in front of the Explorer. It was not until Tim slammed the open door next to the T. rex shut that she discovered the source of the light.[2]

The Tyrannosaur roars at Grant as he tries to get her attention.

Now confident that the light was coming from inside the Explorer and that there were interesting objects inside, the T. rex set to attacking the mysterious vehicle in front of her, searching for a way to get at Lex and Tim to eat them. After failing to get at them through the Explorer's skylight, she flipped the car over and proceeded to savage the undercarriage and right rear tire whilst crushing it under her massive foot. Thanks to the heroic efforts of Alan and Ian, the T. rex was briefly distracted. She followed Ian as he fled toward the Tyrannosaur Paddock Bathroom, where she injured the mathematician by flinging him into the air just as her head came crashing through the door, causing Ian to be buried in the wreckage as the shelter collapsed. The destruction of the building revealed the cowering Gennaro, whom she proceeded to devour while Alan rescued the kids inside the car. Before long, however, the T. rex returned and pushed the vehicle over the cliff while Tim was still inside and pushing Lex and Alan off the edge with the car, though the three survived.[2]

The Tyrannosaur chases the jeep.

As Robert Muldoon and Ellie were in the Tyrannosaur Paddock investigating the whereabouts of the survivors and had found Ian, the T. rex attacked the search party. Muldoon and Ellie had heard the T. rex roar several times before during the search and just before her ambush, Ian heard her footsteps. The T. rex attacked suddenly, without warning, crashing through a line of trees where she began chasing them through a tree lined corridor. After a very close chase, she was unsuccessful in catching them and so finally gave up, letting the trio escape to the Visitor Center.[2]

Alan, Tim, and Lex look upon the Tyrannosaur who had just eaten the Gallimimus.

The next day, during Alan, Tim, and Lex's continued trek to the Visitor Center, they found themselves in the Gallimimus Enclosure, where they witnessed a stampeding herd of Gallimimus. They ran alongside the dinosaurs momentarily before hiding behind a fallen log and watched as the herd was suddenly ambushed by the T. rex who came roaring out of the bushes in their path, stumbling a Gallimimus. This Gallimimus tried to run away, but was too slow to react, and the Tyrannosaur lunged at it, catching the dinosaur in her jaws before proceeding to shake the Gallimimus to death. Alan, Lex, and Tim watched in amazement as the T. rex started to feast on the carcass. Lex begged Alan for them to go, to which Alan obliged. However, Tim continued to stare in fascination and so had to be forcibly taken away by Alan.[2] She never fully consumed this Gallimimus and its remains were still present in the location where it had died by October 6, 2002, almost a decade later.[11]

The Tyrannosaur roars triumphantly after defeating the velociraptors.

The T. rex later made her way to the Visitor Center, entering the lobby through the uncompleted side and grabbed a Velociraptor from mid-air just as it was to pounce on Alan, Ellie, Tim, and Lex, then crushed it in her jaws. Using the distraction that she provided, the humans fled. Meanwhile, another raptor, the Big One pounced on the larger theropod. She snapped at her but could not reach her as the raptor continued to rip and tear madly. Rolling her head, the Big One fell into the T. rex's mouth where she was killed and then thrown against the Tyrannosaurus skeleton, bringing it down with a crash. Having conquered her prey, the T. rex let out a mighty bellow in triumph as the "When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth" banner fell to the ground.[2]

In the aftermath of the incident, the T. rex went wild and lived on Isla Nublar for about a decade,[12][13] surviving off of herbivores such as Gallimimus, Parasaurolophus, abandoned goat herds, and carrion (notably the corpse of a Triceratops that had died earlier), as well as attempting to hunt the Brachiosaurus. During this time, she had also developed a particularity severe case of ragged tooth.[14]

Jurassic World

The T. rex living in the T. rex Kingdom.

According to the Masrani backdoor, during the construction of Jurassic World, Vic Hoskins and his team of InGen Security Division troopers encountered the T. rex on April 19, 2002.[15]

Sometime later or during the encounter with InGen Security, the T. rex was captured and put back into captivity where she lived in the T. rex Kingdom attraction of the dinosaur park.[13] She was still fed goats like before, but to bring her out, a flare would be thrown to get her attention. She served as one of the most popular attractions, particularly at feeding time, and was apparently quite content with her life in captivity.[3]

Jurassic World Incident

"We need more teeth!"
Gray Mitchell to Claire Dearing as the Indominus rex overpowers the Velociraptor pack, prompting her to release the T. rex.(src)

The T-rex faces off with an Indominus rex in Main Street.

The T-rex mainly stayed in her paddock for most of the incident until Claire Dearing told Lowery Cruthers to open her enclosure's door and let her out after Claire's nephew Gray Mitchell told her that another dinosaur was needed to help kill the Indominus rex. Using a flare, Claire guided the T. rex to the Indominus and threw the flare at the hybrid. Crashing through Main Street's mounted Spinosaurus skeleton, the Tyrannosaurus challenged the I-rex with an almighty bellow, not knowing exactly what this new creature was but identifying it as a threat. When the hybrid did not back down, the T-rex attacked her viciously.[3]

Blue and the T. rex cornering an I. rex before she is killed by the Jurassic World's Mosasaurus.

Initially, the Tyrannosaurus had the advantage, landing several bites to the I. rex's neck, but the elder dinosaur was fighting from a territorial standpoint whilst the hybrid was aiming to kill and the tables were quickly turned, with the T-rex thrown down against the Jurassic Traders Outpost, destroying it in the process and almost killing Owen Grady, Gray, and Zach Mitchell.[3]

However, before the Indominus could kill her, Blue, the surviving Velociraptor of the battle, intervened by lunging onto the I. rex, giving the T. rex time to get up off the ground, now fighting to kill. With Blue latched onto the hybrid, the old T. rex grabbed the Indominus dragging her and slamming her body into the nearby buildings of Main Street. At one point, Blue rode on the tyrannosaur's back while she smashed the I. rex into one of the buildings. She finally flung the hybrid near the edge of the Jurassic World Lagoon where the Mosasaurus that resided there leaped out of the water to snatch the I-rex and drag it underwater, drowning the hybrid. After the fight, the T. rex and Blue looked at each other for a brief moment. Despite a previous animosity and hostile encounter with raptors, the T-rex decided to spare Blue either because she is too injured and exhausted, or because she doesn't see her as a threat. Either way, the old Tyrannosaurus limps away to recover from the injuries she sustained from the fight.[3]

The T-rex roaring after the Jurassic World Incident, queen of the island once more.

In the aftermath of the incident, the T-rex stomped onto the Control Center helipad and took in the ruined park that had become void of any people, warming her wounds in the rising sun before letting out her signature roar, claiming the island as hers and the other dinosaurs' once again.[3]

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous

Season 2

The Tyrannosaurus was encountered by the stranded members of Camp Cretaceous while she was hunting a Parasaurolophus. She successfully killed the herbivore, dragging it off to feed.[16]

T-rex in TV series Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous.png

She built a nest out of trees, rocks, and animal bones (including the Spinosaurus skeleton) in her old enclosure, the T. rex Kingdom which, along with Main Street, she claimed as her territory. What she also had in her territory was the beacon the kids wanted to use to send for help. To what extent and for what purpose was unknown. After an encounter with Sammy Gutierrez, she nearly killed Kenji Kon and Darius Bowman, but was drawn away by a voice recording and cardboard cutout of Brooklynn, which allowed Darius and Kenji to activate the beacon.[16]

Later, Mitch and Tiff were led by Sammy and Darius to Main Street where the dinosaur attacked the two, getting electrocuted repeatedly on the face by the hunters before they retreated, after which she broke free of the building she had unintentionally gotten stuck in. She then turned her attention to the kids, chasing them until Brooklynn used an Innovation Center hologram of a Tyrannosaurus to distract her.[17] However, the apex predator eventually realized it was a trick when the hologram glitches and wandered off.[5]

She was seen chasing after a herd of dinosaurs, attacking a Sinoceratops and the campers. She eventually devoured Mitch, who got caught in his own snare trap and was abandoned by Tiffany.[5]

Season 3

She appears on the dock and attacks the helicopter containing a mercenary, Kenji, Ben and Sammy. Despite biting the helicopter, the mercenary manages to escape and fly the helicopter. Rexy then kills the mercenary Hansen on the dock and chases Darius, Brooklynn and Yasmina. She finds Yaz hiding and starts chasing after her. She almost eats Yasmina, but stops when Darius and Brooklynn throw rocks at the predator. The ferocious carnivore now starts chasing Darius and Brooklynn. She chases them into some trees and tries to eat them. However, when she hears a voice coming from Main Street, she leaves to investigate.[18]

As seen below, she is chasing a mercenary named Jack. After Jack gets on a ladder his team on the helicopter threw down, the Tyrannosaur grabs the ladder with her jaw and proceeds to pull the Helicopter down with her strength. However, she ends up biting off the bottom of the ladder, which allows the Jack and the other mercenaries to escape, before the Mosasaurus jumps up and devours Jack.[18]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

""This is Gonna be Awesome.""
Owen Grady(src)

6 months after the incident at Jurassic World, the T. rex continued to run wild on the island with other surviving dinosaurs during the events of Camp Cretaceous. One dark and stormy night, a group of mercenaries was on Isla Nublar to retrieve a bone sample from the I. rex's remains at the bottom of the park's lagoon, which also still housed its surviving Mosasaurus. As they prepared to pick up one of their men, the T. rex entered their campsite located in the ruins of Main Street and proceeded to chase him, stepping on the tablet that controlled the gate which connected the lagoon to the ocean in the process. The T. rex chased the man towards the edge of the lagoon, but he got away by climbing onto the helicopter's ladder. Despite grabbing the ladder with her jaws and using her strength to pull her potential prey to her, the mercenaries got away, and the T. rex was left roaring into the night. The tablet that she stepped on prevented the doors of the lagoon from closing completely, allowing the Mosasaurus to escape into the open ocean.[4]

During the eruption of Mount Sibo, the T. rex killed a Carnotaurus.

During the destruction of the island by the eruption of Mount Sibo, Owen and his group encountered her again, after she had inadvertently saved them from an attacking Carnotaurus, fatally subduing the meat-eating bull. She later left the dead Carnotaurus behind as the volcano erupted, with the shockwave from the eruption prompting her to flee the scene, followed by the other dinosaurs that caused a stampede. After Owen helped Claire and Franklin escape their sinking Gyrosphere and reached the shore, they spotted a helicopter carrying her thanks to the efforts of another team of mercenaries led by Ken Wheatley, proving that Eli Mills' claim of saving the dinosaurs was partially true. She and the other dinosaurs were loaded them on to their cargo ship, the Arcadia, and took them to the Lockwood Manor as Isla Nublar burned.[4]

Sometime later on, Owen and Claire found her sedated in a truck, where they needed to get some of her blood for transfusion for Blue, who had been shot awhile back by one of Wheatley's mercenaries. As they got some of her blood, Claire rode on the theropod’s back while trying to hand the blood bag to Owen. After being locked in by one of the mercenaries, Owen looked into the tyrannosaur's eye as she awoke from her sedation. Finding herself in an enclosed space with people around her, the mighty theropod started to panic and break free of her restraints, with Owen being forced to jump through her snapping jaws to get out of the truck.[4]

The old Tyrannosaurus roaring at a lion, who roars back at her

Later, the T. rex was lured to her cell located beneath the Lockwood estate with a goat in order have her prepared to be sold off to wealthy buyers in an auction set up by Eli Mills and Gunnar Eversol. However, some poisonous gas was released into the holding cell during Blue's brawl with some mercenaries, threatening to kill the dinosaurs yet again. The T. rex was eventually freed along with the other dinosaurs through Claire opening all the cell doors and Maisie, who had just lost her grandfather and learned of her true origin, opening the gate that set them all free and allowing the T.rex to escape the manor. Before she left the premises, however, the T. rex caught and ate Mills after, scaring off a lone Carnotaurus that had tried to join the feast. Finishing off what little remained of Mills, the T. rex then brought one of her massive feet down on the I. rex's only surviving bone fragment and DNA sample as she stomped off into the woods, crushing it to smithereens and with it any chance of other hybrids like her returning. After she escaped, the T. rex broke into a nearby zoo and roared at an male lion, who stood his ground by angrily roaring back at her.[4]

The Roar That Rules It All

As the T. rex begins to break into the zoo, roaring at the male lion, the zoo's staff attempts to capture her. The T. rex attacks the rope carrying a cage by a helicopter before managing to escape back into the forest. Following this event, future activity from the dinosaur would be tracked and monitored.

Jurassic World: Dominion

The T. rex is seen running from a helicopter attempting to tranquilize her. She finds herself at a drive-in theater where she flips over cars and breaks through the screen of the theater as the helicopter finds her again. They fire a tranquilizer dart at her but it hits a car instead, breaking the windshield without harming the passengers inside. The T. rex evades the helicopter again and escapes back into the wilderness. (to be continued)


  • When Franklin suspects in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom that the Rexy must already be dead, Zia explains that a clone could live longer than the original animal from which it was cloned. Contrary to certain misconceptions about the age of cloned organisms, this is technically correct. [19]
  • In reality, the lifespan of Tyrannosaurus rex is currently estimated to be about 30 years.
  • The scene were Feathered Rexy stomping when encountered Giganotosaurus, was reused sound effect for the GareGoji from Godzilla (2014).
  • Rexy is generally the last of her species, Just like Blue, although it has never been confirmed.


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Behind the scenes

See: Jurassic Park Tyrannosaurus rex Animatronics

Like its novel counterpart, the T. rex was supposed to die in the Jurassic Park film, but this was changed.[20]

The T. rex's animatronic in Jurassic Park would occasionally malfunction in the rain.

The original ending to Jurassic Park did not feature the T. rex's involvement at all. The Velociraptor pack would have been killed by the two mounted skeletons inside the Visitor Center, one being impaled by a rib of one of the skeleton as it collapsed and the other by Dr. Grant taking control of a crane where he moved the second raptor into the jaws of the T. rex skeleton where it would become crushed by its jaws.[21][22] Another scrapped ending was that only one of the raptors was to be killed by one of the skeletons falling on it while the remaining raptor was shot by John Hammond.[23] Director Steven Spielberg scrapped these endings because he realized that Tyrannosaurus rex was one of the stars of the film only rivaled by Velociraptor.[21] This ending was further prompted by the success Industrial Light and Magic had from the CGI model of the T. rex.[22]

T. rex crashing through the Spinosaurus skeleton.

A Jurassic World sight gag is shown where the T. rex broke trough the Main Street's Spinosaurus skeleton on its way to kill the Indominus, referencing the fight in Jurassic Park III where a Spinosaurus killed a T. rex and the scene's backlash.

In Jurassic World, the T. rex sounds like the Tyrannosaur Doe from The Lost World: Jurassic Park instead of her sounds from Jurassic Park. It's possible that the filmmakers wanted it to sound older, as she lived from the Jurassic Park Incident, which was 22 years before. However, her original roar from Jurassic Park did not go unused. She issued her original call twice during her battle with the Indominus.[citation needed] However, in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, a deeper pitched variant of her original roar from Jurassic Park is used, likely for the same reason as in Jurassic World.

During the opening scene in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, a flash of lightning illuminated the head of the T. rex as she is stalking the mercenaries' campsite. This is influenced by the Jurassic Park chapter "The Main Road", where the T. rex makes her appearance to the visitors in a similar manner following the power outage, which the first film would later adapt.

After she kills Mills in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the T. rex stands in a pose that seems to be a flipped image of her standing pose that the end of Jurassic Park.

The T. rex also appears as a cameo in another Spielberg movie, Ready Player One. She acts as a challenge on the racetrack near the beginning of the movie, attacking drivers alongside various obstacles and King Kong, making her the first specific individual dinosaur from the Jurassic Park franchise to appear in something other than a Jurassic Park film.

Jurassic World's Tyrannosaurus can be seen in Jurassic World: The Ride, roaring at the Indominus rex and the boat tour right before the 80-foot drop. In a queue video[24] for the ride, according to Owen she measures over 20 feet tall, 40 feet long, weighs 30,000 pounds, Claire adds that she has a bite force of over 12,000 pounds.

In the second season of the Netflix show, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, Rexy's healed scars from the first movie and the freshly wounds from the Indominus rex in Jurassic World were not seen throughout the show. Her scars and wounds are either fully absent or not animated.

Notes and references

  1. Robertarex.jpg
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 Jurassic Park
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Jurassic World
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Chaos Theory
  6. ILM size chart https://i.imgur.com/dSgsUp6.jpg
  7. 7.0 7.1 Dinosaur Protection Group
  8. 8.0 8.1 Jurassic Park III
  9. 9.0 9.1 The Lost World: Jurassic Park
  10. Trexpaddockoldjw.png
  11. Timack.jpg Image from the Masrani backdoor.
  12. JurassicWorld.com
  13. 13.0 13.1 Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow as well as Industrial Light and Magic members Geoff Campbell and Steve Jubinville have stated that the T. rex from Jurassic World was indeed the same individual that appeared in Jurassic Park.
  14. A DPG article suggested that ragged tooth is most common in carnivores such as the T. rex and Velociraptor.
  15. In the archived message "WEEK 3" of the Masrani backdoor Vic Hoskins writes about "staring a seven-ton predator in the eyes" in the first year of construction of Jurassic World, in which InGen Security was on Isla Nublar to defend the construction workers there. The only predator known on Isla Nublar that reaches this weight is Tyrannosaurus and since there was no other T. rex confirmed to have been on the island at the time of the Jurassic Park Incident the creature encountered by Hoskins was the T. rex.
  16. 16.0 16.1 A Beacon of Hope
  17. Step One
  18. 18.0 18.1 Whatever It Takes
  19. https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/animal-cloning/myths-about-cloning#:~:text=to%20the%20top-,Myth%3A%20When%20clones%20are%20born%2C%20they're%20the%20same,and%20don't%20live%20long.&text=Despite%20the%20length%20of%20telomeres,old%20as%20of%20January%202008.
  20. Nerdist Podcast - Episode 772: Kathleen Kennedy (December 16, 2015) Retrieved from http://nerdist.com/nerdist-podcast-kathleen-kennedy/
  21. 21.0 21.1 Return to Jurassic Park: Making Prehistory
  22. 22.0 22.1 (Shay, Duncan) The Making of Jurassic Park, p. 118.
  23. Sharpio, Mark. (1993, August) In the Shadow of the Dinosaurs. Fangoria, 27. Retrieved from http://www.jurassicworlduniverse.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/199308-fangoria-125.pdf
  24. https://youtu.be/W56QBJ3yuhc?t=96


Jurassic Park Characters
Alan GrantEllie SattlerIan MalcolmJohn HammondDonald GennaroRobert MuldoonLex MurphyTim MurphyJohn Arnold/Ray ArnoldDennis NedryHenry WuLewis DodgsonThe Big OneKimRandyRexy
Jurassic World Characters
Owen GradyClaire DearingZach MitchellGray MitchellVic HoskinsBarry SembèneHenry WuSimon MasraniLowery CruthersVivian KrillZara YoungKaren MitchellScott MitchellKatashi HamadaHal OsterlyJim DruckerErica BrandNicholas LettingNick KilgoreSarahAustinCraigLeeMeyersSpearsMillerCooperBlueCharlieDeltaEchoRexy
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Characters
Owen GradyClaire DearingMaisie LockwoodEli MillsBenjamin LockwoodFranklin WebbZia RodriguezKen WheatleyGunnar EversolHenry WuIris CarrollIan MalcolmSherwoodBlueRexyStiggy
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Characters
AngelBen PincusBig EatieBlueBrandon BowmanBrooklynnBumpyChaosCharlieDaniel KonDarius BowmanDaveDawsonDeltaEchoEddieFirecrackerFredrick BowmanGrimHapHawkesHenry WuKash D. LangfordKenji KonLimboLittle EatieMae TurnerMariaMitchPiercePilotRebelRexyRoxieSammy GutierrezTiffToroYasmina Fadoula
Jurassic World: Dominion Characters
Owen GradyClaire DearingAlan GrantEllie SattlerIan MalcolmHenry WuZia RodriguezMaisie LockwoodFranklin WebbBarry SembèneLewis DodgsonKaylaRexy