Kong In Jurassic Park is a fan-film, featuring the characters created by Michael Crichton, in a crossover with the characters created by Merian C. Cooper for the novelization of King Kong.
In 1933, during the Great Depression, after capturing King Kong on Skull Island, Carl Denham ferries him across Central America's Pacific Coast near Costa Rica, planning to eventually take him to New York City. But trouble befalls the tramp steamer Wanderer, and she is forced to make landfall in the nearby uncharted island, Isla Nublar.
Sixty years later, in 1993; an industrialist John Hammond and his bioengineering company, InGen, have created a theme park called Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar, populated with cloned dinosaurs. After one of the dinosaur handlers is killed by a Velociraptor, the park's investors, represented by lawyer Donald Gennaro, demand that experts visit the park and certify it is safe. Gennaro invites mathematician and chaos theorist, Ian Malcolm, while Hammond invites paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant, and paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler. Upon arrival, the group is stunned to see a live Brachiosaurus.
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- Megaprimatus kong
- Tyrannosaurus rex
- King Kong's scientific name is Megaprimatus kong.
- King Kong is the descendant of the giant prehistoric ape known as Gigantopithecus.
- Frog DNA is used to create the dinosaurs.
Filming took place in the south-east Queensland, Australia, with locations in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and the Gold Coast Hinterland, namely Bonogin. Locations included Alakai Wilderness Preserve on Kauai and at the Kualoa Ranch and Waikane Valley (Ohulehule Forest Conservancy) on Oahu.
- Skull Island is mentioned in this film.