A new perspective to Jurassic's Nature
The rich Prehistoric Biodiversity of the Jurassic Park Franchise. Documented and presented in a digital encyclopedia.
From fans, for fans.
Jurassic Field Guide is a project yet in the works. If you want to keep up with the newest additions, make
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About the Jurassic Field Guide
The Jurassic Park Franchise has been around for nearly 3 decades by now, exploring a wide diversity of places, characters, stories, and most importantly, prehistoric animals. Despite that, the wild jungles of Isla Nublar, or the redwood forests of Isla Sorna and their inhabitants were only briefly explored from an ecosystem perspective, or from a more ambientalist interest, as the sequels moved forward, such idea of Dinosaurs not being monsters was lost.
With that in mind, we decided to work on what could function as an In-Universe Field Guide to the various locations and animals seem across the franchise's installments, showing High Quality renders of the animals, estimates of their sizes, geographic range and information on how they behave, live, thrive.
It is important to remember though, this website does not contain any correlation to Universal Pictures nor the Jurassic Park/World IP officially. This is a work simply made by fans to bring artwork and lore info in an interesting way for everyone!