|They say fences make good neighbors. I say without them, dinosaurs like this one, the Pachyrhinosaurus, shouldn't be in the park. This animal is built like a tank, and it has the personality to match.
Pachyrhinosaurus was one of the species intended to be exhibited in the original Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar, however, it had not been cloned at the time of the 1993 incident. A 1996 asset catalogue of the dinosaurs present on Nublar and InGen's Site B facility on Isla Sorna, reported that 8% of the Pachyrhinosaurus genome had been completed.
Pachyrhinosaurus lived alongside many species of dinosaurs such as fellow ceratopsians Anchiceratops and Arrhinoceratops, the ankylosaur Edmontonia, hadrosaurs Edmontosaurus and Saurolophus, as well as theropods such as Albertosaurus, Struthiomimus, and Troodon.
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- Pachyrhinosaurus on Wikipedia