Welcome to Jurassic Park Trivia! Are you a fan of the iconic blockbuster movie franchise, Jurassic Park? If so, you have come to the right place. In this trivia game, you will have the opportunity to test your knowledge of Jurassic Park and its sequels. From characters and locations to plot points, you will be asked a variety of questions to see how well you know this classic story. So get ready to take a trip back to Jurassic Park and to show us what you know! Good luck!
1) What is the name of the dinosaur that Lex and Tim try to outrun in the original Jurassic Park film?
2) What famous actor plays the role of Ian Malcolm in the original Jurassic Park film?
3) What Michael Crichton novel was the basis for the original Jurassic Park film?
4) Who plays the role of Ellie Sattler in the original Jurassic Park?
5) What kind of dinosaur is Dr. Henry Wu in Jurassic Park?
6) What is the name of the theme park in Jurassic Park?
7) Who is the billionaire philanthropist who finances the original Jurassic Park?
8) What mineral is used to replace the lost power in Jurassic Park?
9) What kind of dinosaur does Ellie Sattler and Muldoon find in the long grass?
10) What kind of dinosaur is the first one seen in the original Jurassic Park film?
11) How many Jurassic Park films have been released as of 2020?
12) What kind of dinosaur does the T-Rex find in the Jurassic Park kitchen?
13) What is the name of the computerized system used to control and maintain the functions of Jurassic Park?
14) Who does Dr. Ellie Sattler first meet when she visits Jurassic Park?
15) What is the name of Dr. Grant's rival in Jurassic Park who works for the rival dinosaur theme park?
16) How does Dr. Grant first convince Ellie Sattler to visit Jurassic Park?
17) What kind of dinosaur is the focus of Jurassic Park 3?
18) Who directs Jurassic Park 3?
19) Who plays the role of Dr. Alan Grant in Jurassic Park 3?
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