The DNA of Jurassic Park
We spent a day at Frontier Developments in Cambridge and played Jurassic World: Evolution!
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Velociraptor (Film Universe)
There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…
Welcome to Jurassic Outpost, a fan site dedicated to Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, and everything else Jurassic. We’re devoted to bringing you the latest news and content for the franchise, and drive fun discussion and discovery via our podcast, interviews, discussion forum, encyclopedia and much more!
Founded in 2008 by Jack under the name JurassicParkIV.org while the fourth Jurassic Park film was in development hell. The website was launched alongside the Twitter and Facebook feeds to catalogue news and information on the upcoming sequel.
On November 11th, 2013, we officially rebranded as JurassicWorld.org and opened our new website to cover all of the news on the recently greenlit film.
After a lengthy run up to Jurassic World with multiple podcasts, interviews and exclusives, we set in motion our longtime plan: a new website and a new permanent name. In mid 2015 we landed on a name, and began to dedicate our time and resources to bringing the idea into fruition.
‘Jurassic Outpost’ was launched on June 1st, 2016 and is the rebranded name for JurassicWorld.org.
The website was designed by James McQuade, and developed by Sam Lihou, with collaborative creative input from the site staff.
Site Founder/Site Runner
Jack launched the website in 2008 and originally designed and developed it. He runs the Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and creates the graphics and images that are used throughout. As well as site administration, Jack manages the back-end and ensures things are running smoothly – ala Nedry without the corruption/butterfingers. He also edits the podcasts and videos that reach our various channels.
Chris is an internet warrior who has incredible abilities for finding news. He joined the site in 2013 and was the driving force behind the podcast’s creation. Chris has been a fundamental part of the way we approach news and helps run the Twitter & Facebook feeds. He is an all-round swell guy and the rumors are in fact true: Chris does indeed, like dinosaurs.
Asees joined the website in 2012 after providing numerous news stories on Jurassic Park 4. Asees launched the podcast with Jack and Chris, and researches news on the upcoming sequel. He has also created videos for our YouTube channel and his favorite movie is Jurassic Park 3.
Ryan joined us in 2015 and has been hard at work designing artwork for the encyclopedia – starting with his Field Guide of the dinosaurs on Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna. He has more recently become a crucial voice on the podcast.
Alex joined us during Jurassic World’s production and was a key player for news articles during that time. More recently, Alex has launched the Encyclopedia project, an online resource for all things Jurassic Park and Jurassic World. He occasionally joins the podcast to level out the American vs British numbers.
News & Research/Forum Moderator
The ever un-retweetable Nublar7 has joined our News and Research team! Usually the first to discover news, Josh researches and finds news about the upcoming sequel, as well as moderating on our very own Jurassic Forums!
Feature Editor & News
Owner and administrator of the Bryce Dallas Howard Network, it was only logical for Jen to join the Jurassic Outpost team! With the energy and time she pours into her own website, Jen focuses on opinion pieces and also contributes to the all important news reporting!
Graphics, graphics and more graphics. Do you like the way The Outpost looks? That’s James. Yeah, he’s that good. An excellent graphic designer, and an excellent dude all round.