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Work Continuing on the Encyclopedia
Been a long time since we updated the blog about our work here at Jurassic Park Legacy. Rest assured we have all been diligently working on the encyclopedia project and filling it to the brim with all available information. The … Continue reading
Version Numbers Exist in the Film Universe ? An Editorial
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Jurassic Park Legacy - The Exhibits
The Exhibits


The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park exhibit first debuted shortly after the film's release in 1993. The Exhibit was a traveling one and it featured props from Jurassic Park as well as dinosaurs and various other information about the film and it's prehistoric stars. The exhibit featured Compsognathus, Triceratops, Gallimimus, Tyrannosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Dilophosaurus, and Velociraptor. The exhibit also featured skeletal replicas of other dinosaurs as well and even a size comparison of Struthiomimus with Gallimimus, as there was no large scale model used for the Gallimimus. The exhibit traveled until after The Lost World: Jurassic Park was released, and then it became known as "The Dinosaurs of The Lost World and Jurassic Park." This exhibit had the same flair, though more under the guidance of Dr. Don Lessem, and Jeff Goldblum was gracious enough to provide acting and narration for the exhibit as well. The new form of the exhibit first appeared in San Diego, California and later traveled all across the United States until it left the country. This exhibit featured Compsognathus, Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, Triceratops, Pachycephalosaurus, Stegosaurus, and the first full-scale Mamenchisaurus. After the exhibit left the country it found its home in Japan under the name of "The Jurassic Park Institute Tour." This tour is one of the most impressive in Japan and features some of the best animatronics for dinosaurs such as Brachiosaurus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and Ankylosaurus. It is unknown whether this exhibit will return to the United States as it is by far one of the most impressive pieces started by the Jurassic Park film franchise. The exhibits helped educate the country and now the world about dinosaurs, paleontology, and the Jurassic Park films.


   
   

 

 





Biosyn?s Raptor Park (CB-topps)
Gustavus?s Experimentation shed (CB-Topps)
Velociraptor Field ? Isla Sorna (CB-Topps)
Cathy?s Beach ? Isla Sorna (CB-Topps)
June 1993 Tropical Storm (S/F)









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