SPECIES PROFILE - Jurassic Resort

Gallimimus

He was present among the first dinosaurs of Jurassic Park. Here is Gallimimus, the one that imitates the chicken. Native to Asia, it’s one of the largest ornithomimids.

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She's coming

For 3 days, Tim has been missing at Jurassic World. The rescue services continue their search. This young German student, whose dream was to become a paleo-veterinarian and to take care of dinosaurs, had just started his internship on Isla Nublar. According to the management of the Park, he was accompanying the veterinarian Jessica Harding during one of their rounds when they were attacked by an unknown animal. The circumstances of this attack are still unknown, but their bodies have still not been found.

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Indominus rex

Thanks to her ghostly white hide, red eyes and massive size, the Indominus rex is a very striking hybrid dinosaur. While she was responsible for Jurassic World’s downfall, you have the option to incubate this species. Can you succeed where Jurassic World failed and tame the White Queen?

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Carcharodontosaurus

If the Spinosaurus dominated the banks of the Deltas, the mainland was the kingdom of the Carcharodontosaurus. This fearsome Cretaceous predator owes its name to its sharp jaws.


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Pentaceratops

This late Cretaceous dinosaur is the largest ceratopsian in Jurassic World. Easily recognizable with its huge frill, this herbivore populated North America over 73 million years ago.

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