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Prehistoric Park Extinction World is a crossover between Jurassic Park and Prehistoric Park, written by MortalKombat247.

As he is slowly dying of cancer, John Hammond asks Nigel Marvin to help him achieve his dream: create a park filled with Prehistoric Animals. This time, though, instead of using cloning, he has a time portal.

As of July 15, 2015, the story is complete. It has four sequels, Prehistoric Park: A Keeper's Story, Prehistoric Park:Back From The Ashes, Prehistoric Park:Dawn of the Indominus, and Prehistoric Park:The Ultimate Wildlife Sanctuary. Barring the first, all of the sequels were written by two other authors (Nathanoraptor and Da Dog) with Mortal's approval.

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    Tropes introduced in Extinction World 
    Tropes introduced in A Keeper's Story 
  • Lower-Deck Episode: This story focuses on the day-to-day actions needed to run the park, so it has a lot less intense scenes in it. Comedy, however, is far more prevalent.
    Tropes introduced in Ultimate Wildlife Sanctuary 
  • Bastard Boyfriend: James
  • Cool Big Sis: Holly was this to Nathan when they were younger.
  • The Cutie: Nathan.
  • Cute Bookworm: Nathan.
  • Domestic Abuse: Holly and James' relationship
  • Deuteragonist: Holly, to Nathan's protagonist.
  • Evil Uncle: Gerard is a tamer variant.
  • Four Lines, All Waiting: The story has three major plots, and all are given roughly equal screen-time:
    • Nathan dealing with Gerard and his family.
    • Holly dealing with her Bastard Boyfriend James.
    • Linda and Andrew (Nathan and Holly's parents) just trying to enjoy the park.
      • These stories tend to intersect quite a bit, since the protagonists are a family.
  • Jerkass: James.
  • Slice of Life: This story focuses on the park's guests as opposed to the missions or the staff, so there is less action and heavier emphasis on character interaction. Consequently, the story is more emotional and down to Earth.
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