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JPEU: Gallimimus by Retlaw095 JPEU: Gallimimus :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 42 3 Dino Crisis - Regina by Retlaw095 Dino Crisis - Regina :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 11 1 JPEU: Baryonyx by Retlaw095 JPEU: Baryonyx :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 48 8 JPEU: Brachiosaurus *New And Improved* by Retlaw095 JPEU: Brachiosaurus *New And Improved* :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 32 5 Jurassic Sea by Retlaw095 Jurassic Sea :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 47 16 JPEU: Dilophosaurus *New And Improved* by Retlaw095 JPEU: Dilophosaurus *New And Improved* :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 53 16 JPEU: Parasaurolophus *New And Improved* by Retlaw095 JPEU: Parasaurolophus *New And Improved* :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 53 7 Vintage Megalosaurus by Retlaw095 Vintage Megalosaurus :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 49 6 Sir A'tosaurus by Retlaw095 Sir A'tosaurus :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 19 6 Tyrannosaurus by Retlaw095 Tyrannosaurus :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 62 10 Carnotaurus by Retlaw095 Carnotaurus :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 69 15 Rex by Retlaw095 Rex :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 44 3 Dino Crisis - Dylan by Retlaw095 Dino Crisis - Dylan :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 14 0 Dino Crisis - Regina by Retlaw095 Dino Crisis - Regina :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 27 10 JPEU: Velociraptor *New And Improved* by Retlaw095 JPEU: Velociraptor *New And Improved* :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 43 4 JPEU: Stegosaurus *New And Improved* by Retlaw095 JPEU: Stegosaurus *New And Improved* :iconretlaw095:Retlaw095 41 13


Godzilla Neo - SHINOMURA (MUTO) by KaijuSamurai Godzilla Neo - SHINOMURA (MUTO) :iconkaijusamurai:KaijuSamurai 2,319 131 Sharptooth by HellraptorStudios Sharptooth :iconhellraptorstudios:HellraptorStudios 396 59 Jinyunpelta by cisiopurple Jinyunpelta :iconcisiopurple:cisiopurple 28 2 Jiangjunosaurus by cisiopurple Jiangjunosaurus :iconcisiopurple:cisiopurple 18 9 Mosasaurus hoffmannii by Teratophoneus Mosasaurus hoffmannii :iconteratophoneus:Teratophoneus 105 11 Veterupristisaurus milneri by Teratophoneus Veterupristisaurus milneri :iconteratophoneus:Teratophoneus 71 4 Phylogeny of Triassic and Jurassic Therapsids by Kana-hebi Phylogeny of Triassic and Jurassic Therapsids :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 91 1 Therocephalian sketches by Kana-hebi Therocephalian sketches :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 91 4 Huanhepterus sketch by Kana-hebi Huanhepterus sketch :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 75 5 Late Cretaceous Estuary by Kana-hebi Late Cretaceous Estuary :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 59 2 Shuvosaurus inexpectatus by Kana-hebi Shuvosaurus inexpectatus :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 102 14 Kudnu mackinlayi by Kana-hebi Kudnu mackinlayi :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 110 3 Gigantspinosaurus trying to get out of the way. by Kana-hebi Gigantspinosaurus trying to get out of the way. :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 139 9 Primitive Ceratopsians by PaleoGuy Primitive Ceratopsians :iconpaleoguy:PaleoGuy 146 0 Tiktaalik and Ancient Amphibians by HellraptorStudios Tiktaalik and Ancient Amphibians :iconhellraptorstudios:HellraptorStudios 290 20 Yutyrannus Portrait by ArtOfNoxis Yutyrannus Portrait :iconartofnoxis:ArtOfNoxis 75 9




JPEU: Gallimimus
Gallimimus is a ornithomimid dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period Nemegt Formation of Mongolia.
Of these Gallimius is one of if not the biggest of the group, often credited at being six meters long but with other fossil material indicating a larger size of up to eight meters long; it possess a small head, toothless beak, large eyes, a long neck, long arms and legs, and a long tail used as a counterbalance.
Key to the survival strategy of Gallimimus, and other ornithomimids, is speed: the legs, especially the lower portions, are long and capable of covering a lot of ground with each stride.
The bones, like in all theropods, are hollow in order to reduce the overall weight of the body so that less energy is required to move and faster running speeds can be maintained.
The eyes are located on the sides of its head, meaning that it doesn't possess binocular vision: this means that Gallimimus has a very wide field of view with which it has an easier time spotting threats, but lacks a detailed depth perception.
Twenty-four Gallimimus were successfully recreated by InGen; The cloned Gallimimus move in flocks and have a color scheme that varies depending on an individual's age and gender.
Like all of InGen's cloned theropods, Gallimimus have pronated hands; because of a null allele created from the mutation and manipulation of its genes as well as the addition of frog, reptile, and bird DNA, the cloned Gallimimus lacks feathers.
The males are bright orange and have darkened patterns of red and orange from head to tail, while the females are duller in color on most of the body having a peachy color along with shades of brown. Unlike the adults, the juveniles have an almost translucent mossy green color on their bodies and a diverse number of spots over them.
Gallimimus are omnivorous and they eat almost anything they can find; they eat a variety of foods from seeds and plants to lizards, frogs and various invertebrates. Since Gallimimus do not have teeth they often swallow pebbles to aid digestion.
They're mostly peaceful animals and tolerate human presence, but males can be territorial and aggressive: with their strong legs they can deliver powerful kicks which could seriously injure or even kill a potential attacker. The females, on the other hand, are more gentle and can be approached without problems.
Gallimimus can be seen in the plains of Isla Nublar; seeing these dinosaurs moving like a flock of birds is a sight not to be missed.

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JPEU: Baryonyx
Fallen kingdom Baryonyx is...ugh
So here's my take on this iconic dinosaur, I tried to make it similar to the one of tlw ps1 game and the jp3 spino

Baryonyx is a theropod dinosaur which lived in the early Cretaceous Period; its a spinosaurid, a member of the same group as the northern African dinosaurs Spinosaurus and Suchomimus. The name means "heavy claw" and alludes to the animal's very large claw on the first finger on the hands.
Baryonyx is smaller than its relatives but anyway still a big predator, 7 meters long and 2,5 meters high. It has a long, narrow snout filled with cone-shaped teeth, a real difference from the blade-shaped teeth typical of meat-eating dinosaurs.
Because of the shape of its snout and teeth, both of which are similar to those of modern crocodiles and alligators, some paleontologists think that Baryonyx may have been piscivorous; others, however, think it ate other dinosaurs. In fact, both ideas are supported by the original Baryonyx specimen from England. In the stomach region of this dinosaur, paleontologists found the partially digested scales of large fish as well as the partially digested bones of a young Iguanodon. This strongly supports the idea that Baryonyx ate both fish and dinosaurs.
InGen created Baryonyx in the laboratory on Isla Sorna. It was planned to live in its own paddock for Phase I of Jurassic Park, but was instead replaced by Metriacanthosaurus and introduced later. The Baryonyx paddock is located near Isla Nublar's river, which supplies its residents with plenty of fish to eat, although sometimes their diet must be integrated with livestock.
Baryonyx are good swimmers, which makes them able to cross stretches of water without problems; they can also dive for short amounts of time to catch fish, a feature that should not be underestimated since they would be perfectly capable of dragging an adult man underwater.
They're territorial and aggressive, living in flooded natural caves that are found along the river. They can be seen during Isla Nublar's boat tour, and despite being dangerous they fortunately stay away from the boats.
Like crocodiles, they have a very good night vision that allows them to see in the darkness of their caves, which makes them formidable hunters.
Baryonyx have a mostly gray scaly skin, lighter on the belly and with green and blue stripes on the back. They haven't a true social structure, but they gather in some parts of the river in the periods when they feed and bask in the sun, tolerating each other.

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JPEU: Brachiosaurus *New And Improved*
Brachiosaurus was the first sauropod recreated by InGen and currently its the biggest dinosaur present on Isla Nublar; also, it was the first dinosaur encountered by the endorsement team hired by InGen in 1993 to make sure Jurassic Park was safe for visitors.
Brachiosaurus is a member of the sauropod family and one of the most well known of all dinosaurs; it gets its name from the great height of its humerus, the upper arm bone, which is longer than most humans are tall.
Brachiosaurus is a quadrupedal animal with a small skull, a long neck, a large trunk, a long, muscular tail and columnar limbs; the skull has a robust, wide muzzle and thick jaw bones, with spoon–shaped teeth. Unlike many other sauropods, the forelimbs of this dinosaur are longer than the hind limbs.
These clones chew their food unlike the original Brachiosaurus and other sauropods, which means that the Brachiosaurus clones don't require gastroliths to aid in digestion: also, unlike the original dinosaur, the cloned Brachiosaurus have hind legs strong enough to allow them to get into a tripod stance with tail support while feeding. Another odd characteristic are the nostrils, which are located on the forehead rather than near the snout region.
They communicate by using whale-like hoots, and their "singing" can be heard all across Isla Nublar, especially during the sunset. The Brachiosaurus come in two different colors: the females are gray-brown, and the males are beige with green stripes and dark red on their crests. They are led by an alpha male, who grazes away from the rest of the herd to identify potential dangers.
The Brachiosaurus can be found roaming the plains near the river and the lagoon eating from the trees on the edge of the jungle, coexisting with the Parasaurolophus and often moving together with the Apatosaurus.
This peaceful colossus is harmless to humans, since they are too small for this dinosaur to consider them a threat; they are usually not a source of problems for staff, with the only exception that they have to eat large quantities of food to maintain their caloric needs, which made necessary the installation of artificial devices for the distribution of food, to avoid a quick deforestation of the island.
Visitors can closely observe and even feed the Brachiosaurus and other sauropods thanks to elevated platforms located in the areas where these giants go to eat.

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JPEU: Dilophosaurus *New And Improved*
Dilophosaurus was recreated by InGen in their compound on Isla Sorna, where the cloned specimens are raised by the guardians until they become large enough to be transported to Isla Nublar.
This dinosaur gets its name from the two thin crests of bone on the top of its head, used as a display for courtship purposes.
The cloned Dilophosaurus have very abnormal traits that their original counterparts did not possess. These traits include a frill, venom glands, and a skull that resembles dromaeosaurids like Deinonychus and InGen's recreation of Velociraptor. The Dilophosaurus clones can spit venom at a range of 6 meters and aim for their prey's face to stun it before they come in for the kill; the frill expands and rattle when attacking or when preparing to attack. They are also smaller than their original counterpart, though it was said that this was because the ones that were on Isla Nublar in 1993 were juveniles, which could have explain the traits above.
This could also mean that these traits would disappear when these dinosaurs reached adulthood, but the clones remained unchanged thus disproving the theory.
Dr. Laura Sorkin believes it was Dr. Henry Wu's inclusion of frog DNA or a genetic splicing error to be responsible for the abnormal traits seen in the cloned Dilophosaurus. This is most likely possible, as Dr. Wu noted that Dilophosaurus genetic structure was compatible with the DNA of the yellow-banded poison dart frog.
InGen scientists discovered that these dinosaurs are venomous after seeing them hunting the rats of the island, biting them and then wait for them to die. They didn't realize that the Dilophosaurus could also spit its venom until one of the park's workers was hit in the eyes by the animal's saliva and almost blinded permanently. After the accident, the park's security promptly installed a protective glass to prevent animal attacks on visitors and to avoid other accidents, workers are required to wear protective masks while they are inside the Dilophosaurus enclosure.
Jurassic Park staff did an investigation on their toxic spit. They also tried to remove the poison sacks, but it proved little success because they could not find them nor did they know where they were placed without doing an autopsy, which Hammond wouldn't allow due to the costs of creating new dinosaurs; Dr. Wu also tried to identify the gene responsible for the mutation but could not find it.
Dilophosaurus have a green scaly skin with dark markings, and their frill is bright yellow with red patterns. They are social animals and they are curious towards humans; this shouldn't be mistaken for a playful behavior, as these dinosaur are deceivers and can turn aggressive quickly.

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