I’m Going to Build Jurassic Park – Part XI

I haven’t written one of these in a while. I just kind of stopped writing when I finished the Planet Dinosaur reviews and went back to writing conventional articles. But with the Jurassic hype starting up again soon with the upcoming 2018 release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, I decided to get this thing back up and running. If you aren’t familiar with the series, it started way back here and is basically my plan on how to build a real Jurassic Park. I’m not going to be writing these all the time like I did last time, rather I will write one of these occasionally whilst writing normal articles.

It’s back…

Today I am going to be designing and using bad photoshop to tell you all about the Boat Tour, which I have decided I will build (find out about other facilities @ https://tyrannosauruniversity.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/im-going-to-build-jurassic-park-part-vi/). The boat tour will be built in a circuit that loops around the river system, a channel and into the lake, which will be expanded. Looking at the map below, the light blue area is the lake and the dotted dark blue line is the path the boat tour will take. The boat tour will pass by the ichthyosaurs only when in the lake; that is where the ichthyosaurs will live. The Aquarium will be built near the shores of the lake.

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Looking at the map, you can see in the top left corner there is a little boat icon. This is where the boat tour will leave, and each tour takes roughly two hours. The boat will go through the Lake, Plant Eaters and the Aviary, although with the Aviary there will be a steel tunnel which the boat will go through to keep them away from pterosaurs.


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Take a tour with an Ichthyosaur! Credit: Visit pageVisit pageVisit page

Whilst with the ichthyosaurs near the lake, the ichthyosaurs will be baited with fish and will swim alongside the boats, making this part of the tour very reminiscent of dolphin watching. As the ichthyosaurs are piscivorous there will be no large security measures, apart from a lock for the boat to go through when leaving the lake, as measures are taken to prevent the ichthyosaurs leaving the water system and escaping. Being with the ichthyosaurs should be a fun experience, and the boat tour is another way to showcase the park to its visitors.

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