Becomes Site A. She is the first of her kind. 1986 - First dinosaur cloned on Site B (A Velociraptor). 0. • “Rexy” the Tyrannosaurus is hatched within the facilities on Site B. 1987 • The last of the Tun-Si are resettled to the Costa Rican mainland. This list is also likely incomplete. Isla Nublar is leased by InGen for 99 years. Early in the 1980s, Dr. John Parker Hammond "dreamed up" the idea to clone dinosaurs from preserved DNA in fossilized amber.John Hammond set up a research group, including Dr. Sorkin and Dr. Wu, to a carry this dream into effect (maybe under the name "Hammond Foundation", although this is never mentioned in the … Kathrine's Parents start dating. 1984 - First prehistoric animal brought back to life. Spinosaurus is the largest super-predator in Jurassic Park. Construction was underway at Isla Nublar for Jurassic Park and it's locales, while more dinosaurs were also cloned. 1989 As the novel opens, eccentric and wealthy entrepreneur John Hammond founds a high-tech amusement park on the fictional Costa Rican island of Isla Nublar. InGen used a second island, Isla Sorna, to clone and breed dinosaurs. It is filled with dinosaurs cloned with the help of DNA harvested from prehistoric insects found in amber. Isla Sorna becomes Site B. 1985 - Isla Sorna & Archipelago leased by InGen for 99 years. Here we investigate several of these inconsistencies in the hopes that it will … Eight raptors were originally cloned for Jurassic Park and sent on Isla Nublar; According to Jurassic Park game warden Robert Muldoon, the raptors are already lethal at eight months of age. A team of scientists, the Gatherers, travel to the island to study the dinosaurs. From 2005-2015, John Hammond's dream of a successful vacation destination where thousands of tourists flocked to experience InGen's cloned dinosaurs became a reality. Share. Velociraptor was the first dinosaur successfully created by InGen in the Isla Sorna laboratory, with the first cloned specimen in 1986. 1988 • Construction of Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar begins. It is also one of the least studied dinosaurs of all those cloned by InGen.A lonely hunter, Spinosaurus is recognized by the huge sail on its back, up to 2 meters tall and filled with blood vessels. Maiasaura was one of the dinosaurs cloned by InGen in the first novel.The herd of Maiasaura in the park consisted of 22 individuals though the expected population was supposed to be 21. Topic is not to be moved to the Science Of Dinosaurs forum, because this topic is related to the movies (InGen was the company that cloned the Dinosaurs in the films). Members of the Gatherers include Ian Malcolm, Eddie Carr and Sarah Harding. Jurassic Park is a 1990 science fiction novel by Michael Crichton, adapted into a feature film released in 1993. Jurassic Park Novel. History Foundation. However, in the years after Jurassic Park III, Masrani Global Corporation bought InGen and opened the dinosaur theme park, rebranding it Jurassic World. Jurassic World’s First Clue To Dr. Grant’s Story After Jurassic Park 3! Notably, there are several inconsistencies between their claims for how their technology works and what has been observed within the park. By Faheem Haydar On Dec 28, 2020. InGen HQ in Palo Alto, CA. They lived in a paddock called Sauropod Swamp alongside Apatosaurus, Hadrosaurus, and Microceratops.Since frog DNA was used to clone them, the Maiasaura were one of the few dinosaurs … Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) will return to Jurassic World: Dominion. • The first dinosaur, a Triceratops, is cloned on InGen’s facilities on Site B. Not all of the Dinosaurs on this list appeared in the films, although for future movies there likely will be some. InGen has made and continues to make dubious claims about proprietary technology developed to clone non-avian dinosaurs for exhibition within their "Jurassic Park." Another team, the Hunters, wants to exploit the dinosaurs. 1982 - DNA Extract from Amber Mosquito by InGen. The Gatherers have a trailer. It was on April 7th of 1989 that a Tyrannosaurus rex was the first dinosaur to be successfully cloned by InGen (which would also be the Tyrannosaur that would be at Isla Nublar for Jurassic Park's Tyrannosaur exhibit).