anyone else who thinks the large quote from the novels should be taken away. It is unprofessional if we quote to large parts of texts.MismeretMonk 21:40, January 11, 2012 (UTC)

Trespasser Alternative Fate

Can anyone confirm that is in there before deleting it? I know there was alot of guessing on story line part, and looked like a fith grade fan fic but if there is any truth to it. It should stay.--My Name Is Tom 02:27, 4 June 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, I took all of that out. As someone who's actually played the game a few times, the entire removed paragraph is complete and utter speculation on the writer's part. It wouldn't surprise me if it was written by a fifth-grader. The plain and simple facts are this: the game Trespasser takes place on Isla Sorna (Site B), not Isla Nublar (Site A); considering that there are reels of dialogue and countless signs and other tells in the game itself expounding this fact, it's so blatantly obvious that it's Site B that it make my head spin trying to figure out how someone could mistake it as Site A. Also Hammond himself has a long dialogue trigger upon coming across the skeletal remains inside the dam that is as follows: "I first met Harold Greenwood in 1992, he was a, an American. Introduced to me as a former Green Beret. He asked a number of questions about the disposition of the InGen Technology. Harry claimed to be a friend of my former son-in-law, I liked him. He was confident, dashing. Greenwood carried some sort of an electronic device which we were told he built himself, based on plans he found on the internet…" after Hammond delivers this speech, Anne, the protagonist says: "He must've been scared. He was wounded, he crawled in here, maybe loosing blood… I guess he thought it was safe." While it's still speculation to assume the skeleton and Harold Greenwood are one-in-the-same, it's generally accepted, as well as much less of a jump, to assume that they are. Tyrphanax 00:05, 9 June 2009 (UTC)

dennis nedry is a fuking legend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if it wasnt for him all that shit that happend in jurassic park wouldnt happend . RIP MAN

ps: he has the funniest laugh ever User: Lozzy.94


Claire and Owen will discover whatever's left of Nedry when they're trecking through the jungle looking for the I-Rex. They will then get to meet the original Dilophosaurus, all grown up. 19:39, May 22, 2015 (UTC)CJCroen1393

Jurassic Park: The Game?

Why is the events of Jurassic Park: The Game mentioned in the film cannon section, shouldnt it be mentioned in the game cannon section? 05:21, January 30, 2018 (UTC)

Death in the novel

His death in the book was actually more gory than his death in the movie, in which the Dilophosaurus spits venom on his face, and tears his stomach open, then bites his head off. Zookeeper567 (talk) 19:42, November 28, 2018 (UTC)