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An epic eruption threatens to destroy Isla Nublar and the dinosaurs on it. Do you have what it takes to rescue the dinosaurs from destruction?
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Like modern flightless birds, Gallimimus communicate with booming calls they make in their chest.
There are at least 3 different species of Sinoceratops, each with their own distinct arrangements of horns on their faces & frills.
Full-grown Akylosaurus require over 130 pounds of ferns a day, or as much forage as an African elephant eats.
You can tell male and female Pteranodon apart by their crests. Males have more ornate and colorful crests than females.
Stegosaurus can swing its spike-studded tail at 40 meters per second, fast enough to pierce flesh and bone.
Triceratops are among the orneriest of dinosaurs. They frequently lock horns with members of their own species in combat.
Baryonyx doesn't just look like a crocodile. Much like its cousins, this dinosaur claps its jaws and splashes in water to communicate.
The spikes at the back of this dinosaur change as they grow, being more prominent in younger Stygimoloch and shorter in adults.
Tyrannosaurus Rex's bite force is over ten times that of an adult aligator, or roughly 8,000 pounds of pressure.
The horns above the eyes of the Carnotaurus are not weapons, but social displays the dinosaurs use to identify each other.
Brachiosaurus is able to reach its neck over 30 feet above ground, allowing it to feed on levels of foliage other dinosaurs can't reach.
Confident in its size as one of the largest animals to walk the Earth, Apatosaurus is a gentle giant.
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