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Jurassic World (previously titled Jurassic Park) is an safarie park/zoo created by InGen (founded by Bella Hartley) on the island Isla Nublar. The park featured extinct animals such as dinosaurs as attractions. The dinosaurs were cloned in special facilities on nearby Isla Sorna and brought to the park. The park opened in 2010.

The tours of different areas of the zoological park are called "rides". The park was set to open with the basic dinosaur tour (the Park Drive ride). The other rides were scheduled to come online within six-to-twelve months after the park was to be opened.


Back in 2009, Bella used her Science and Medicine degree from Sims University, and her money, for seceretly researching dinosaurs DNA, looking for way bring them back to life. It was something that she dreamed about since she was a kid.

In 2010, Bella founded InGen (Internatiional Genetic Technologies Inc.). InGen is based in Palo Alto, California, and has one location in Europe, Nevertheless, most of InGen's research took place on both the islands of Isla Sorna and Isla Nublar. InGen founds out that the cloning is possible by extracting the DNA of dinosaurs from mosquitoes that had been preserved in amber. However, the strands of DNA were incomplete, so DNA from African frogs was used to fill in the gaps. The dinosaurs were all cloned genetically as females in order to prevent breeding.


Jurassic Park's quaggas on the research farm on Isla Sorna.

First InGen tried their way on extinct mammals, such as the Quagga. After they found out it's working, they moved to dinosaurs.

Then she started to build a park on Isla Nublar, a tropical island 120 miles west of Costa Rica. InGen coloned the animals on Isla Sorna, another island near Costa Rica. The original InGen's list contained 18 species of extinct creatures (only 14 of them cloned for the original park), but another 13 creatures added later in Phase II and Phase III, with plans about Phase IV in 2015. Phase V is planed for 2018.

In 2014 InGen annoucced that Jurassic Park going to be closed temporarly until summer 2015, since the park been redesigned. The dinosaurs moved to Isla Sorna for this time. The newly titled "Jurassic World" officialy opened gates on June 11, 2015, featuring brand new dinosaurs species, new rides and attractions and more.

InGen's ListEdit

Pre-Phase IEdit

  • Ouagga quagga (Never been on the park)
  • Tyrannosaurus rex
  • Velociraptor antirrhopus

    Jurassic Park's Parasaurs (Parasaurolophus walkeri)

  • Dilophosaurus venenifer
  • Triceratops horridus
  • Gallimimus bullatus
  • Parasaurolophus walkeri
  • Brachiosaurus brancai
  • Hadrosaurus foulkii
  • Maiasaura peeblesorum
  • Meganeura brongniarti
  • Callovosaurus leedsi
  • Camarasaurus lentus
  • Coelurus fragilis
  • Dryosaurus altus
  • Othnielia rex
  • Euoplocephalus tutus
  • Styracosaurus albertensis
  • Procompsognathus triassicus
  • Microceratus gobiensis (All living specimens died and were not re-cloned until Phase IV)

Phase IEdit

  • Compsognathus longipes
  • Baryonyx walkeri
  • Herrerasaurus ischigualastensis
  • Metriacanthosaurus parkeri
  • Proceratosaurus bradleyi
  • Segisaurus halli
  • Pteranodon longiceps
  • Cearadactylus atrox
  • Allosaurus fragilis (Never cloned until after Phase III)
  • Alamosaurus sanjuanensis (Never cloned until after Phase III)
  • Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis (Never cloned until after Phase III)
  • Tenontosaurus tilletti (Never cloned until after Phase III)

Phase IIEdit

  • Stegosaurus armatus
  • Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis
  • Edmontosaurus annectens
  • Corythosaurus casuarius
  • Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum
  • Tylosaurus proriger
  • Troodon pectinodon
  • Apatosaurus excelsus
  • Carnotaurus sastrei
  • Gravitholus albertae
  • Ornitholestes hermanni
  • Mussaurus patagonicus
  • Leptoceratops gracilis

Phase IIIEdit

  • Spinosaurus aegyptiacus
  • Ankylosaurus magniventris
  • Ceratosaurus nasicornis
  • Suchomimus tenerensis
  • Muttaburrasaurus langdoni

Phase IVEdit

  • Indominus rex
  • Stegoceratops horrimatus
  • Pachyspinosaurus wyomingtiacus (Never cloned)
  • Mosasaurus maximus
  • Dimorphodon macronyx
  • Microceratus gobiensis
  • Aliramus remotus
  • Archaeornithomimus asiaticus
  • Camptosaurus dispar
  • Deinonychus antirrhopus
  • Therizinosaurus cheloniformis
  • Rugops primus
  • Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus
  • Nipponosaurus sachalinensis
  • Majungasaurus crenatissimus
  • Giganotosaurus carolinii
  • Lesothosaurus diagnosticus
  • Diplodocus hallorum
  • Elaphrosaurus bambergi