Microceratus gobiensis (S/F)

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microceratusA small bipedal species of ceratopsian that originated from the Cretaceous Period, its latin name means “Small-Horned”. The animal was originally described as Microceratops gobiensis by Bohlin in 1953, however the genus name was reassigned to Microceratus since the genus name was already occupied by a wasp. Microceratus was among the first ceratopsians, although its clade is more derived then Pscittacosaurs. The animal weighed roughly 14 lbs and was about 2.5 ft long.

Microceratus was one of the dinosaurs housed in the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar.  The animal has an aggression index of ‘low’ and was one of the dinosaurs housed in the Cretaceous Cruise attraction. The Microceratus are advertised as the smallest dinosaurs in Jurassic World.

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Giganotosaurus carolinii (S/F)

One of the largest theropod dinosaurs to walk the planet, Giganotosaurus was slightly bigger than Tyrannosaurus, and slightly shorter than Spinosauruswhich is currently the

Skull cast of an adult Giganotosaurus.

Skull cast of an adult Giganotosaurus.

largest theropod dinosaur known. Giganotosaurus lived during the Late Cretaceous period, in what is now Argentina, and was the largest predator in it’s ecosystem.

According to the Jurassic World website, the hybrid dinosaur Indominus Rex is composed of four large predatory dinosaurs, one of which is Giganotosaurus.

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Herb-baked chicken breast (C/N)

Herb-baked chicken breast, sometimes known as ‘herb-roasted chicken breast’, is a common American dinner recipe, which involves the cooking of the breast of a chicken

An example of the dish served in a restaurant.

An example of the dish served in a restaurant.

with several herbs, such as rosemary and thyme, and is sometimes lathered with white wine.

While inside the Challenger trailers, one of the meals the group eats is herb-baked chicken breast, where Dr. Ian Malcolm comments that it tastes like cardboard.

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Evian (C/N)

283px-EvianLogo2.svgEvian is a brand of mineral water, which originate from several sources near Evian-les-Baines, located on the southern shore of Lake Geneva.

While searching for Dr. Richard Levine, Jack Thorne comes across two empty plastic Evian water bottles, presumably from Levine’s backpack.

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Jurassic Traders (S/F)

Jurassic Traders Sign

Jurassic Traders Sign

Jurassic Traders was a shop along the boardwalk at the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar. The shop billed itself as the ‘largest collection of official Jurassic World merchandise’ in one place. The store carried exclusive merchandise available only at the store. The shop’s merchandise included clothing, mementoes and dinosaur toys. The family package ticket allowed guests to create either their own plush dinosaur or a 3D printed dinosaur depending on their age.

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On the Origin of Species (C/N)

Title page of the first edition book.

Title page of the first edition book.

Commonly known as “Origin of Species”, this piece of scientific literature was written by Charles Darwin, and is considered to be the foundation of the theory of evolutionary biology. Published on November 24th, 1859. This book introduced the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through the process of natural selection.

While inside the trailer, Dr. Ian Malcolm mentions the book “Origins of Species” by Charles Darwin. One error is that he states the book was written in 1859, yet the edition he mentions was published in 1872.

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Gentle Giants Petting Zoo – Isla Nublar (S/F)

petting-zoo-signAn attraction at Jurassic World, Isla Nublar, the Gentle Giants Petting Zoo allows guests to get up close to docile young dinosaurs such as Triceratops. Although visitors are allowed to feed the baby animals, signs do warn against visitors feeding them anything other than the designated food, which costs $5 US dollars. Rides are also allowed, however helmets are a requirement. Each of the young herbivores in the attraction can eat up to 24 pounds of food in a day, and have attempted to eat the straw hats of the guests. Signs also remind visitors not to taunt, tease, or harass the young dinosaurs.

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Winston’s Steakhouse – Isla Nublar (S/F)

winstons-steakhouse-menuJurassic World, Isla Nublar‘s signature restaurant, Winston’s culinary focus is towards meat and fish products, such as Chilean sea bass (which is noted to be highly recommended) and pan roasted chicken, however salads are also offered on the menu. The restaurant is formal dress, and located on the Board Walk.

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Vic Hoskins (S/F)

Vic Hoskins, Head of Security

Vic Hoskins, Head of Security

Vic Hoskins was the head of security for InGen under Masrani Global, and oversaw the Asset Containment Unit for the Jurassic World theme Park on Isla Nublar. In 2001, Vic Hoskins oversaw the cleanup operation of the escaped Pteranodons from Isla Sorna which had escaped to Canada. Due to Hoskin’s success at dealing with this threat, he was hired by Simon Masrani to re-develop the InGen’s Security division for the Isla Nublar construction of the Jurassic World theme park. Vic Hoskins also oversees the IBRIS project which is a subsidiary of InGen security.

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Origins Night Club (S/F)

Origin Night ClubThe Origins Night Club was one of the attractions of the Jurassic World Theme Park on Isla Nublar. The Night Club was host to a live DJ whose stage name was ‘DJ Kid Business’. The Nightclub hosted a dance floor for guests as well as a bar stocked with drinks. The Apex Predator Package allowed special guests to enter a VIP area of the night club where they got to personally meet the DJ as well as enjoy exclusive bottle service.

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Karacosis wutansis (S/F)

A new species of plant devised by Dr. Henry Wu and his team in 1997, Karacosis wutansis (also known as the Wu Flower), the species was created by combining several species of plant, similar to the creation of Indominus Rex. During the creation process, Wu put the hypothesis he stated in his book “The Next Step: An Evolution of God’s Concepts” into action. He claimed that, with the correct research and tools in place, he could create brand new species by combining several species together.

The creation of the species received world-wide attention, including the attention of Simon Masrani, who would acquire InGen the following year, shortly after the death of John Hammond.

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Katashi Hamada (S/F)

Katashi Hamada was an employee of the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar. His position was head of Internal Security for Jurassic World, as part of the Asset Containment unit.

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Gallimimus Valley (S/F)

gallimimus-valleyA twelve square mile path of land near the center of Isla Nublar, Gallimimus Valley is a Jurassic World theme park attraction featuring the Gallimimus. Park attendees are able to view the Gallimimus from large, military like vehicles, which give passengers open air views of the animals interacting in their habitat.

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T. Rex Kingdom (S/F)

tyrannosaurus-rex-kingdom-signThe attraction for the female Tyrannosaur in the Jurassic World, Isla Nublar resort. Feedings are scheduled for audiences every two hours, and the Jurassic World site warns that the attraction may be a bit intense to some viewers.

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Aquatic Park (S/F)

The Aquatic Park was one of the attractions in the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Aquatic ParkNublar. This attraction included swimming pools as well as twenty water slides. 3.5 million gallons of water were utilized in the attraction total for all the different water-based attractions. The Aquatic park also maintained several ‘Cretaceous Cabanas’ for guests to relax when not swimming.

 

Named slides and pools in this attraction included:

  • Panthalassa Wading Pool
  • Tethys Lazy River
  • Dimorphodon Plunge Slide
  • Double Helix Water Slide
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nublarindicator10989232_889620567749122_4450706567968318220_oA species of pterosaur that first originated in the mid Jurassic Period, the name Dimorphodon translates to “two-form tooth”, which refers to the animals heterodontic teeth, rare for reptilians. Discovered at Lyme Regis, in the United Kingdom (now a World Heritage Site, known as the “Jurassic Coast”) in 1828 by fossil collector Mary Anning, Dimorphodon was originally classified under the genus Pterodactylus, until later reclassified by Richard Own in 1858. With a wingspan of roughly 2.3 meters (8ft), and weighing only 3 pounds, Dimorphodon was a smaller pterosaur, compared to larger taxa like Pteranodon. Dimorphodon is carnivorous, feeding primarily on insects and fish, however do eat larger prey items on occasion.

Dimorphodon attacking a human

Dimorphodon attacking a human on Isla Nublar.

The Dimorphodon is one of the prehistoric species housed in the Jurassic World theme park. It is kept in an aviary attraction, and is known to be moderately aggressive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Carnotaurus sastrei (S/F)

Skull cast of Carnotaurus

Skull cast of Carnotaurus

Disambiguation Links – Carnotaurus sastrei “chameleo” (*) (C/N), Carnotaurus sastrei (JN), Carnotaurus sastrei “gigas” (IDW-JPR)

The scientific name Carnotaurus sastrei means ‘Meat Eating Bull’, a name which is derived from its distinctive horns. Carnotaurus lived in the late Cretaceous period in South America about 72 to 69 million years ago. The animal was estimated to be about 30 feet long, 12 feet tall, and weighed about a ton. Carnotaurus was unique among carnivorous dinosaurs in that it possessed thick horns above the eyes, a trait that no other carnivore shared.

According to the Jurassic World website, the DNA of Indominus Rex is composed of several large theropod dinosaur, one of which is Carnotaurus.

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Majungasaurus crenatissimus (S/F)

Formerly known as “Majungatholus”, this albelisaurid theropod dinosaur lived during the Late Cretaceous period, around seventy million years ago, in what is now the island of

Skull cast of Majungasaurus.

Skull cast of Majungasaurus.

Madagascar. Known for it’s stubby snout and unusually short arms, which are even shorter than that of Tyrannosaurus, this dinosaur was the top predator of it’s environment. Estimated to be around thirty feet long, ten feet tall and around three tons in weight, it is thought that, based on fossil evidence, this dinosaur was a cannibal.

According to the Jurassic World website, the DNA of Indominus Rex is composed of several large theropod dinosaur, one of which is Majungasaurus.

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Rugops primus (S/F)

Meaning “wrinkle face”, Rugops was a theropod dinosaur that lived during the Early Cretaceous period, around ninety-five million years ago, in what is now Africa. Estimated

Skull, taken from the National Geographic museum.

Skull, taken from the National Geographic museum.

to be around twenty-five feet long, around ten-feet long and weighing around three tons, it shared it’s environment with larger predators such as Carcharodontosaurus and Spinosaurus.

According to the Jurassic World website, the DNA of Indominus Rex is composed from a number of large predators, one of which is Rugops.

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Indominus Rex (S/F)

Indominus Rex was one of the Dinosaur attractions featured in the Jurassic World theme park on Isla NublarIndominus teeth . It’s name means ‘Fierce’ or ‘Untamable King’. The animal is about 40 ft in length, and its weight is currently unknownn. It was created in the Hammond Creation Lab on the boardwalk. The animal carries a danger rating of ‘Very High’ and is due to be displayed in the theme park on June 2015.

The animal’s genetic material is taken from Carnotaurus, Indominus TeethMajungasaurus, Rugops, and Gigantosaurus. It’s roar is estimated to reach 140-160db, about the same decibel level as a jet plane. It can also reach speeds of 30mph in its enclosure. The animal’s teeth were constantly replaced throughout its life.

The eventual exhibit plan for Indominus Rex, would have had the animal displayed in an arena, similar to the Mosasaur feeding show. Guests would watch from a safe distance above the pen in a large auditorium. The pen appears also to have had a large section of the park devoted to it as well, connected to the Monorail.Indominus Pen

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John von Neumann (C/N)

John von Neumann (December 28th, 1903 – February 8th, 1957) was an Austrian-Hungarian and later American mathematician, physicist, polymath and inventor, known for making contributions in over fifteen fields, including economics and computing, and was a key figure in the concepts of the digital computer, cellular automata and the universal constructor.

While observing the sick Stegosaurus, Dr. Ian Malcolm states to Donald Gennaro that computers were built during the late 1940’s because mathematicians such as John von Neumann thought that having a computer would give you the ability to predict the weather.

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Robert Trent Jones (C/N)

Robert Trent Jones, Sr. (June 20th, 1906 – June 14th, 2000) was a golf course architect who designed or redesigned nearly five hundred golf courses in around forty states and thirty-five other countries around the world.

In a London Sunday Times article, Robert Muldoon is compared to the golf architect, saying that “What Robert Trent Jones is to golf courses, Robert Muldoon is to zoos: a designer of unsurpassed knowledge and skill”.

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Isla Nublar IMAX theater (S/F)

One of the amenities of the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar was the IMAXimaxtheater Theater. The IMAX theater was located along the boardwalk surrounding the Lagoon. The IMAX theater boasted a capacity of 890 seats in its auditorium. The screen measured 100×400′ and was advertised as the world’s biggest IMAX screen. The theater was also fully climate controlled as to accommodate guests. In addition, the theater also hosted its own concession stand which served Hot Dogs. The IMAX theater screened an introductory film about the history of dinosaurs, and their future in Jurassic World.

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Isla Nublar Golf Course (S/F)

One of the amenities the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar provided for its guests Golf Coursewas a Golf Course. The Golf Course was 18 holes, and was professionally designed to be ‘world class.’ Use of the Golf Course may have been restricted to guests of the Isla Nublar Hilton, due to its prominent placement in the in-universe commercial for the hotel. Services provided included caddies and on-site catering so that guests would not need to leave their game to eat.

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Lascaux Caves (C/N)

Lascaux is a complex of caves in southwest France famous for it’s Paleolithic cavern paintings, which are the best preserved art to date. The paintings are estimated to be 17, 300 years old, and consist mostly of large animals, most of which are known from fossil evidence to have lived in the area at the time.

While talking to Ellie Sattler while trapped inside the Safari Lodge, Dr. Ian Malcolm brings up the lives of the men who painted the art at Lascaux, while comparing the “advances in life” today.

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Alcatraz Island (C/N)

482.pngLocated in the San Francisco bay, the small island (often referred to as “The Rock”) was developed with facilities, including a lighthouse, a military prison plus fortification, and a federal prison, popularly known as Alcatraz, which remained open from 1933 until 1963. In 1972, the island became a national recreation area, and recieved designation as a National Historic Landmark in 1986.

Shortly before landing on Isla Nublar, Dr. Ian Malcom said that the appearance of the island gave it a look similar to Alcatraz.

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Fred Hoyle (C/N)

Sir Fred Hoyle (June 24th, 2915 – August 20th, 2001) was an English astronomer famously know for his theory of stellar nucleosynthesis and his often controversial stances on other scientific matters, notably his rejection of the “Big Bang” theory, a term he originally coined on BBC radio. Hoyle was also a writer of science fiction, including several books co-written with his son Geoffrey Hoyle. He died in Bournemouth, England, after a series of strokes, at age eighty-six.

While observing the Procompsognathus fax, Ellie Sattler recalls how astronomer Fred Hoyle has claimed that a fossil winged dinosaur on display at the British Museum, Archaeopteryx, was a fraud, although it was later shown to be genuine.

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Isla Nublar Hilton (S/F)

The Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar had a Hilton resort for guests who wished Nublar Hiltonto stay for longer periods. The Hotel was rated five stars, and had its own Monorail station to connect it to the rest of the park. The Hotel boasted a 5,000 room capacity to accommodate the the influx of guests. Hotel amenities included a large pool complex as well as a luxury spa, as well as a fine dining restaurant on the top floor. Other amenities that may have been restricted to hotel guests included a golf course and tennis courts.

Other amenities included a Kids club in which guests could drop off their children during the day or night. The younger guests would be supplied with activities to keep them engaged. Reservations were required for this. There was also a fitness center within the Hilton, within which guests could exercise on fitness machines or practice at a Yoga studio.

Hilton PoolThe lobby of the hotel contained an information booth and maps of the Island for guests. In addition, each guest room contained a large flat screen television, a phone, and a couch. Each room had access to in-room dining via room service. The most expensive hotel room was the ‘Hammond Suite’ which the in-universe Jurassic World website boasts housed visiting heads of state, royalty, celebrities and Simon Masrani when they visited Nublar. However, other room options included luxury suites and cabanas at the Casa de Caballeros.

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Cretaceous Cruise (S/F)

The Cretaceous Cruise was one of the main attractions on the Jurassic World theme parkKayak on Isla Nublar. The Gyrosphere had a station at this attraction so that Guests could access the rest of the park from it. Guests on this attraction paddle down the river in special kayas and appear to be issued special Jurassic World life preservers. Each Canoe fits one guest, and one tour guide who helps the guest navigate the water.

The trip has requirements that guests must meet before boarding the attraction, such as the fitness requirement. The difficulty of the river is listed as ‘class III Novice’ as well. The attraction also lists that 100 species of prehistoric life are available to be viewed by guests on this attraction. Dinosaurs that could be viewed on this attraction included Stegosaurus , Microceratus, and Apatosaurus

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Monorail (S/F)

The Monorail was the main mode of transportation in the Jurassic World theme park on Isla

Monorail stations throughout the park

Monorail stations throughout the park

Nublar.  The monorail moved on a track throughout the park, with the exception of the lagoon, where the track was on an elevated bridge. The Monorail carried guests from the ferry to the main boardwalk. From there, guests could take the Monorail to any point in the park accessible to guests. The monorail departed from each station every 20 minutes.

 

 

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  1. The Ferry Landing
  2. Gyrosphere 
  3. Cretaceous Cruise
  4. Isla Nublar Hilton
  5. Golf Course
  6. Innovation Center
  7. Gentle Giants Petting Zoo.

8 through 12 are unknown as of now.

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Archaeornithomimus asiaticus (S/F)

Meaning “ancient bird mimic”, Archaeornithomimus was a species of ornithomimid dinosaur that lived in China during the late Cretaceous period around 70 million years ago. Discovered in 1923 by Roy Chapman Andrews during an expedition, it was originally described under the name Ornithomimus asiaticus until it was later placed into it’s own genus by Dale Russel in 1972.

In one of the news articles on the Jurassic World website, one slide talks about how you can go around Isla Nublar faster than you can say Archaeornithomimus. Despite this, it has not been confirmed whether or not the animal will actually be seen in the movie. It will most likely not be in the movie, as it is not mentioned anywhere in any of the merchandise, nor is it on the official species roster.

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Gyrosphere (S/F)

Jurassic_World_GyrosphereThe Gyrosphere was one of the main attractions in the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar. The attraction allowed visitors to experience the dinosaurs close-up while they were protected by a hard spherical ball. The Gyrosphere seated two visitors at a time, as they were strapped in, and enabled the visitors to stay seated while the ball moved around the dinosaur pen. The instructional video before boarding this attraction was narrated by Jimmy Fallon.

damaged gyrosphereDinosaurs that could be viewed during this attraction include the Apatosaurus and Ankylosaurus, and the Stegosaurus. The Gyrosphere was not impenetrable though, since at least one was damaged during normal park operations. There are also at least seven operating Gyrosphere pods, since the back of the seats lists it as ’07’.

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Masrani Oil Industries (S/F)

Established in the heart of Abu Dhabi, a port-city sitting in the middle of three continents,

Bahkri Sarraf, director of operations at Masrani Oil.

Masrani Oil has been sharing its resources to the rest of the world since 1996. In just a matter of less than a decade, Masrani Oil has seen its services expand from crude oil, natural gas production off the western coast of Australia, right through to the natural energy sources – namely wind, solar, and hydroelectric. Today Masrani Oil powers an estimated 21% of the world’s transportation sector, which ranges from automobiles, trucks and diesel trains to passenger aircraft.

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Mascom Network (S/F)

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James McClure, lead network engineer at Mascom.

Established in 1973 by Sanjay Masrani in India, Mascom was the satellite television pride of Asia – streaming over 45 channels up until 1992. After the untimely passing of its founder, Simon Masrani then took to the helm and guided his father’s company further than it had ever been previously. By establishing a setup in cellular connectivity, Mascom was able to expand across the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, and Asian markets – from Dubai to Shanghai.

Today Mascom represents worldwide digital communication. In a world full of televisions, radios, mobile phones, satellite phones, internet, and navigation systems, you can be sure that somewhere and somehow the information you are receiving has come through one of the twenty-nine Mascom satellites circumnavigating the globe from Earth’s exospheric layer. At Mascom, we are all about connecting you further. Connection is key.

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Tyrannosaur Paddock – Isla Nublar (C/N)

Disambiguation Links - Tyrannosaur Paddock – Isla Nublar (S/F)

Just  to the south of the Aviary is the Tyrannosaur Paddock in Jurassic Park. Surrounded by a 12 foot high electrified fence, and a deep moat just beyond within.  It was a well forested area with a lagoon, that the juvenile Tyrannosaur was known to catch fish in. There was also a field, and at the center was a hydraulic powered feeding system, that lifted up a goat from underground for the Tyrannosaurus rex to to eat. This was seen by the first visitors on the tour of Jurassic Park.

Throughout the paddock were censors, arranged geographically around a central point (like a compass) and given code numbers.  The following would be travelling from South to North: T/S/04 - T/S/03 - T/S/02 - T/S/01 (Central Point) T/N/01 -  T/N/02 - T/N/03 - T/N/04 - T/N/05 On the northern end, inside of the paddock was a maintenance building.

 

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