I saw similar topic on JPL a few years ago, but JPL is gone and let's start from begining.
We called 'Universal Studios Orlando Jurassic Park' as a Isla Aventura.
There're lot of info about Orlando park.
Discovery Center / Visitor Center
Jeep Safari (only in canon)
Thunder Falls Terrace
Helicoptours (only in canon)
Dinosaur Dash Up
JPAC Training Zone
Triceratops Encounter/Triceratops Discovery Trail
Visitor Dock (only in art)
Geothermal Power Plant
And, of course we know what dinosaurs lived in island.
Jurassic Journal (Probably) said park has a 16 species.
So, let's count it
1. Tyrannosaurus rex
2. Velociraptor "antirrhopus"
3. Dilophosaurus "venenifer"
4. Compsognatus "triassicus"
5. Ultrasaurus tabriensis/Brachiosaurus "brancai" (I'd like to call it Brachiosaurus "tabriensis")
6. Psittacosaurus mongoliensis
7. Stegosaurus stenops "gigas"
8. Parasaurolophus walkeri
9. Triceratops horridus
10. Gallimimus bullatus (from Jurassic Journal)
11. Pteranodon longiceps (from Pteranodon Flyer and Helicoptours)
We didn't know what other 5 species before. But, thank you for Jurassic Collection, We found 3 more species.
The park has a egg of Hadrosaurus, Gorgosaurus, and Titanosaurus.
That means the park has adult Hadro, Gorgo, and Titano
12. Hadrosaurus foulkii
13. Gorgosaurus libratus
14. Titanosaurus indicus
Now, we left 2 species. Guys, did you remember Storyboards of Jeep Safari? You can see Dimetrodon and New small theropod (not a raptor). If I was right, JPL Encylopedia said it's a Timimus. Jeep Safari is still Ride-canon, so this 2 species existed in Island
15. Dimetrodon limabatus
16. Timimus hermani
We know shape of Island. It's very similar to Isla Nublar.
I already made map but that's not exactly correct..
So, could we make new Isla Avntura map??
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