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Jurassic Park Jungle Explorer with T-Rex
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Jurassic Park Jungle Explorer with T-Rex is a deleted project on LEGO CUUSOO created by BrickQueen on August 9th, 2013. It garnered over 200 supporters in one day. It is one of five projects BrickQueen created, and was deleted when her account was banned.

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In 1993, one of the most amazing movie franchises began with InGen and John Hammond on Isla Nublar with some gene splicing and frog DNA, but it inspired the imaginations of hundreds of thousands of children and adults world-wide. However it wasn't long before the power went out and this Jungle Explorer stopped in front of the T-rex enclosure. With no power to keep the fences electrified, the T-rex easily escaped and after Lex Murphy started shining a light at it, it attacked the vehicle the children were in.

If you like this Jungle Explorer design, then please create an account and click the green 'Support' button at the top right of this page! If you really like this set, please also share this page on Facebook and Twitter!

Check out the YouTube video for this project here!

Video of the updated project coming soon!


The Jungle Explorer vehicle was based on the Ford Explorer of the early 1990s. Interesting fact: It was originally designed by John Bell, the artist who also designed the hoverboard from Back to the Future Part II.


Lex Murphy, Tim Murphy, Dr. Ian Malcolm, and Dr. Alan Grant are the 4 minifigures included in this set. While it is true that in the movie, they would have actually been in 2 different Jungle Explorers, for the purposes of this project, I have included them in 1 vehicle.


Fence section can be knocked down like in the cover photo for this project. Also included is the 10,000 volts danger sign and the lights on top of the Tyrannosaurus Rex Paddock


Glass can be knocked down to re-enact the famous scene where the kids are holding up the glass as the T-Rex is attacking.

Thank you to everyone who has been sharing this project, such as:

  • Chris Pirillo AKA LockerGnome for tweeting out his support on 8/11/2013!!
  • BrickUltra for choosing this project as the Cuusoo of the Week on 8/12/2013!!
  • Jurassic Park Legacy for sharing this project on their Facebook and Twitter on 8/12/2013!!!

Don't forget about BrickQueen's other projects! Batman: Killer Croc's Lair featuring Nightwing Batman: Man-Bat's Lab

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