Early development[ edit ] Joe Johnston had been interested in directing the sequel to Jurassic Park ; he approached Spielberg, a friend of his, about the project. While Spielberg wanted to direct the first sequel, he agreed Johnston could direct a possible third film. Jurassic Parkincludes a scene showing a Tyrannosaurus rampaging through San Diego ; Spielberg had intended to use this scene for a third film but later decided to add it into the second film after realizing he probably would not direct another film in the series.
Its most distinctive feature was the huge sail-like fin on its back. This sail was made from spines that come out of the top of the backbones of all dinosaurs and all other backboned animals.
The spines of Spinosaurus were tremendous, with the longest one found was over 1. The dinosaur may have used its sail to make itself look bigger. It is also possible that the sail might have been used to show off to attract a mate. Spinosaurus was one of the few dinosaurs cloned in the Embryonics Administration lab alongside AnkylosaurusCeratosaurusand Corythosaurus.
The body color of the Spinosaur was a mixture of dark and light gray, a yellowed underbelly, and red splotches around its face, across its back, and at the end of its tail.
The sail had blue circles, possibly for attracting the opposite sex. Like all of InGen's cloned theropods, it had pronated wrists.
The cloned Spinosaurus had strong jaws, immense strength, a thick hide, and a more terrestrial lifestyle  with a shorter sail.
Most of its snout and its teeth resembled that of Suchomimus rather than the original Spinosaurus  with an estimated 76 teeth in the dinosaur's palate. It was the largest carnivorous dinosaur on Isla Sorna.
There is only one individual known to have lived on the island. It took residence in the jungles of the northeast and became the apex predator of the region. Cooperone of the mercenaries hired by the Kirby family, spotted the large dinosaur and began to fire his gun at it as his fellow mercenaries, Udesky and M.
Nashfled the area. The attack failed to stop the Spinosaurus and the dinosaur injured its attacker's arm. This caused Cooper's group to desperately attempt to leave the island in their plane.
Cooper ran in front of the plane as it taxied down the airstrip, and tried to convince Nash to stop the plane. The Spinosaurus quickly emerged to the right of the wounded mercenary and proceeded to devour him just as the plane prepared to lift off.
The airplane collided with the Spinosaur's sail just seconds after it takes the life of its first victim. The collision dealt nothing more than a minor injury to the large theropod, though the plane crashed into a tree in the surrounding jungle.
Nash desperately fought against the Spinosaurus grip by grabbing Amanda Kirby's legs but despite his and Udesky's efforts, he was swiftly pulled out of the plane and killed as he tried to crawl away.
The Spinosaur gave out a loud roar that shook the plane violently until it fell out of the tree and onto the ground below. With the passengers now under its feet, the Spinosaurus continued its rampage.Editions for Jurassic Park: X (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Paper.
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