One of the smaller species of sauropod, Apatosaurus can be seen trying to escape Isla Nublar and the Lockwood estate. It's also fairly easy to spot it alongside its distant relative, the Brachiosaurus, when all the dinosaurs are bunched up together in the basement of the Lockwood estate.
Apatosaurus is the smallest of the three most well known sauropods (Apatosaurus, Diplodocus and Brachiosaurus), measuring up to 75ft in length and 30ft in height, including its outstretched neck. Like all sauropods it was a herbivore and did not chew its food. It existed during the Late Jurassic period, roughly 150 million years ago.
There's no way they would ever make a Jurassic Park movie without including this fan favorite. The Triceratops can be seen running through the stampede in Fallen Kingdom and struggling in its enclosure later on beneath the Lockwood estate.
There is a long-standing debate among experts in regards to whether or not Triceratops was its own species or if fossils currently assumed to be Triceratops actually belonged to juvenile Torosaurus, which was similar in build albeit slightly larger with fenestration in its frill. Assuming Triceratops actually existed, experts gather that it grew to lengths of up to 30ft and heights of up to 7.5ft. It is believed that Triceratops travelled in herds and often defended itself against predators such as Tyrannosaurus during the Late Cretaceous period, 68 million years ago.
Another highly recognizable dinosaur that appears in Fallen Kingdom is the Stegosaurus, the largest of its kind. It can be seen among the other herbivorous creatures, fleeing disaster on Isla Nublar and again at the Lockwood estate.
Stegosaurus is recognized for the 17 odd plates lining its back in two rows, often asymmetrically. These plates are thought to have played an important role in species recognition, thermoregulation and of course, as defensive structures, while the pointed spike that adorned its tail were likely used offensively. The largest of its plates, just above the hip, could reach lengths and widths of 2ft. The dinosaur itself reached lengths of up to 30ft with a height of approximately 14ft. Stegosaurus existed during the Late Jurassic period, 150 million years ago.
While not a dinosaur, Pteranodon also makes an appearance in Fallen Kingdom, eluding destruction, somehow getting captured anyway only to escape, thanks to Maisi, and attack one of Mills' hired goons before fleeing, afterwards flying all the way to the Eiffel tower with others. In Las Vegas. Not Paris.
Pteranodon is recognizable thanks to its large crest. Due to each crest varying greatly from individual to individual, it's widely believed to have played a large role in mating displays as opposed to anything else. Pteranodon was a large flying creature with a wingspan of up to 18ft an a length and when grounded, it would stand at approximately 6ft tall. It soared the skies during the Late Cretaceous period, between 80-90 million years ago.
Even though it's completely fictional and a monstrous combination of several different creatures, the Indoraptor is technically a dinosaur, and we said we'd include every single one in Fallen Kingdom. This terrifying experiment starts terrorizing Lockwood Manor after being released from its cage by Wheatley (Ted Levine). After chasing Owen, Claire and the others around, it's finally killed by Blue with the help of a skylight and a conveniently placed Triceratops skull.
Indoraptor was genetically engineered to be the perfect living weapon. It possessed sharpened senses; powerful, expandable jaws; long, flexible limbs and was laser guided. Genetical material from Indominus Rex was used to create it but it was much smaller and evidently possessed fewer physical capabilities. It never displayed the ability to camouflage itself, for example. Official guides reveal that the Indoraptor measured 23.95ft in length and 10.17ft in height. The Indoraptor existed in 2018, during Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Directed by J.A. Bayona and written by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and B.D. Wong, along with Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, Justice Smith, Daniella Pineda, Ted Levine, Geraldine Chaplin, James Cromwell and Jeff Goldblum. In theaters June 22.