Jurassic National Park is a nature reserve situated on the romote island of Isla Tronar, which is located in the heart of the central Pacific Ocean. The island is owned by John Hammond.


Isla Tronar, also known as Site C, is a very large and vast island, with an area of approximattely 26,000 square miles. Situated in the central pacific coast, Tronar's climate is tropical year round, with rainstorms and thunderstorms being an ongoing occurance on the island. Tronar boasts a dozen of ecosystems, including lush, tropical forests, mangrove swamps, floodplains and river deltas, mountains, and wide open valleys and gametrails.

Dinosaurs Edit

There are 60 species of dinosaurs living on Isla Tronar (35 herbivores, 20 carnivores, and five omnivorous species), with the edition of various species of pterosaurs, crocodilians, and other prehistoric creatures. Unlike the original Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar, in which all the dinosaurs in the park were female and that breeding was controlled by the scientists, Jurassic National Park has both male and female animals roaming free, and it is extremely important that the animals (especially the herbivores) breed. Dinosaur populations are help kept under control by the smaller predators such as ornitholestes and oviraptor feeding on the eggs and young of larger species. Since large herbivores require large amounts of vegetation, high security greenhouses were built on the island. In the greenhouses, scientists grow and bioengineer primitive plants to provide an abundant food source.


  1. Argentinosaurus huinculensis
  2. Paralititan stromeri
  3. Sauroposeidon proteles
  4. Brachiosaurus brancai
  5. Astrodon johnstoni
  6. Diplodocus longus
  7. Apatosaurus excelsus
  8. Edmontosaurus regalis
  9. Anatotitan copei
  10. Parasaurolophus walkeri
  11. Hypacrosaurus stebingeri
  12. Corythosaurus casuarius
  13. Maiasaura peeblesorum
  14. Iguanodon bernissartensis
  15. Ouranosaurus nigeriensis
  16. Camptosaurus dispar
  17. Dryosaurus altus
  18. Hypsilophodon foxii
  19. Othnelia rex
  20. Heterodontosaurus tucki
  21. Triceratops horridus
  22. Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis
  23. Styracosaurus albertensis
  24. Leptoceratops gracilis
  25. Microceratops gobiensis
  26. Psittacosaurus mongoliensis
  27. Stegosaurus stenops
  28. Kentrosaurus aethiopicus
  29. Ankylosaurus magniventris
  30. Gastonia burgei
  31. Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis
  32. Stygimoloch spinifer
  33. Homalocphale calathocercos
  34. Therizinosaurus cheloniformis
  35. Mussaurus patagonicus


  1. Deinocheirus mirificus
  2. Gallimimus bullatus
  3. Oviraptor philoceratops
  4. Avimimus portentosus
  5. Troodon formosus


  1. Tyrannosaurus rex
  2. Spinosaurus aegyptiacus
  3. Giganotosaurus carolinii
  4. Carcharodontosaurus saharicus
  5. Acrocanthosaurus atokensis
  6. Allosaurus fragilis
  7. Utahraptor ostrommaysorum
  8. Velociraptor antirrhopus sornaensis
  9. Albertosaurus sarcophagus
  10. Baryonix walkeri
  11. Carnotaurus sastrei
  12. Metriacanthosaurus parkeri
  13. Ceratosaurus nasicornis
  14. Dilophosaurus venenifer
  15. Coelophysis bauri
  16. Ornitholestes hermanni
  17. Coelurus fragilis
  18. Mononykus olecranus
  19. Compsognathus longipes
  20. Microraptor zhaoianus


  1. Quetzalcoatlus northropi
  2. Pteranodon longiceps
  3. Pteranodon sternbergii
  4. Tapejara imperator
  5. Cearadactylus atrox
  6. Dimorphodon macronyx
  7. Anurognathus ammoni


  1. Deinosuchus rugosus
  2. Sarcosuchus imperator

Other mesozoic animals that can be found on Tronar

  1. Archaeopteryx
  2. Avisaurus
  3. Confuciusornis
  4. Iberomesornis
  5. Eoalulavis
  6. Mawsonia
  7. Axelrodichthys
  8. Neoceratodus
  9. Lepidotes

Attractions Edit