Apatosaurus in first Trilogy

I have (re)moved all the details on Apatosaurus in the first film. Now that we have the animal appearing on screen, I do not think most readers are gonna care to read large sections about how it was mentioned in the script and such. I moved it all to the references and trivia sections. Now we can focus the text on the JW information. Hope you agree. BastionMonk (talk) 08:30, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Apatosaurus ribcase in TLW

I've tried to find evidence that the bones near the Worker Village are Apatosaurus bones. The only evidence I could find was the film script, which (I think) isn't conclusive. BastionMonk (talk) 09:43, October 14, 2013 (UTC)

There is also the Souvineer magazine that labels the bones as Apatosaurus bones, and the bones resembles those of Apatosaurus themselves: 

Jhayk' Sulliy (talk) 20:14, October 14, 2013 (UTC)

More images of the Apatosaurus skeleton:

Now, compare these bones to these bones of Apatosaurus: [1] [2]

And to this skeletal of Mamamechisaurus:

As you can see, the bones match much more closely to an Apatosaur than to MamenchisaurusJhayk' Sulliy (talk) 20:24, November 25, 2013 (UTC)

I agree with that, they look far closer to Apatosaurs than Mamenchisaurs. Further evidence that supports the film script. John Alfred Hammond, CEO (talk) 18:13, November 27, 2013 (UTC)

Sorry, I just see ribs. I can not judge anything from these pictures. The ribs could have been from a T. rex for all know. I do not think we should write in the article that this is evidence of Apatosaurus on Site B. We should write there are hints of Apato on site B and list the script quotes and picture in the references. BastionMonk (talk) 22:24, February 2, 2015 (UTC)
I think that could be the best option to take. The leg bone matches Apatosaurus, but the ribcage could be any sauropod for all we know. --The Collector 22:42, February 2, 2015 (UTC)
Hey, Bastion. The trading cards for TLW identify these bones as Apatosaurus. [3] "After escaping the ravenous raptors, Malcolm, Sarah, Kelly, and Nick gasp in wonder at sight before them everywhere, the land is covered in dinosaur skeletons. Some are high apatosaurs, while others are smaller herbivores. I think we rethink our decision. --The Collector 04:36, April 11, 2016 (UTC)

Bash'n Bellow

Just thought you guys should know it's just an April Fool's prank. OtakuA124 (talk) 06:57, April 9, 2019 (UTC)

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