Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Dinosaur Tracker! is a book that was made along side the movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The book encourages the reader to track down and save the animals from Isla Nublar, this likely means that the book was meant to encourage sales in Jurassic World Alive. The book also comes with stickers and cards. This book was published in 2018.
This book provides examples of:
- Biomanipulation: The scientists from Jurassic World.
- Creating Life: The scientists from Jurassic World did this.
- The Dreaded: Though other dinosaurs are stated to be dangerous the Indoraptor and Blue are the only ones that have actual warnings for those tracking them.
- Giant Flyer: The Pteranodons are this.
- Gotta Catch Them All: The book encourages you to help track and save as many of the creatures from Jurassic World as possible, despite the fact there's nothing to collect unless it's meant to be used with the game Jurassic World Alive.
- Ironic Name: In a meta-sense. The Indoraptor with Indo- as a scientific prefix has its own meaning; "Indian," as in the subcontinent, so an alternate, literalist reading of its name is "Indian raptor/thief," which is funny in context given that he is an artificial hybrid created and housed in a lab in North America.
- Raptor Attack: As to be expected for a Jurassic World book.
- Tyrannosaurus rex: Rexy.