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. Giganotosaurus is mine drawing. I've made it in photoshop. Lost files is fan fiction and it's not included in Jurassic Park Canon. Rest of the Lost Files you can find on Hodari Nundu's page.
JURASSIC PARK THE LOST FILES
Age: 90 mln years ago, middle cretacious
Range: South America, Argentina
Lenght: 15 meters
Weight: 9 tons
Giganotosaurus as well as Spinosaurus is not included on IN-GEN's list due the same reason. Scientist when made Giganotosaurus believed they've made an similar dinosaur called Carcharodonthosaurus. It is a fact that Giganotosaurus escaped from the Breeding facility. Breeding facility which held Giganotosaurus was completly destroyed and dinosaurs which been also held in this base escaped. Not many rangers saw later this dinosaur. Observation records say this dinosaur is highly territorial and hunts only for a large prey like Saurophods and Hadrosaurs. Diet includes also large carnivores. Giganotosaurus has been seen only four times since his escape and after that it disappeared. It is belived that he died somewhere in the jungle or still lives in the Northern-West of the island in isolated part of the jungle where usually Saurophods go to lay their eggs. Like Tyrannosaurus Rex this predator can run fast for short distances. It is said it has 15 meters long, 7 meters high and it weights more than 9 tones right about now.
TRIVIA: Recently it is believed that Giganotosaurus is extinct on the Isla Sorna. However few facts may exclude this opinion. The isolated part of Isla Sorna hasn't been explored and it has only one way to the rest of the island. Second thing is that in the part of the jungle close to isolated area were found some caracas of large saurophods including a Brachiosaurus. Rangers which securied Giganotosaurus said it is larger than a Tyrannosaurus Rex, also believing they deal with Carcharodonthosaurus. Last thing... Rangers reported that they witnessed a Carcharodonthosaurus in brighter colours. They didn't knew about it that they have seen a Giganotosaurus.