Journey to the Lost World is an upcoming American science fiction comedy-drama action-adventure film based on the Arthur Conan Doyle novel, The Lost World. It is set in Sumatra rather than the book's setting of South America. It is filmed in Hawaii and various locations around New Zealand.

Plot Summary

Scientists, scouts, soldiers and adventurers unite to explore the mysterious world populated by dinosaurs, situated on a plateau in Sumatra.


Plateau Creatures

There are various prehistoric animals and other types of creatures that reside on the plateau, including:

  • Yutyrannus - A feathered tyrannosaurid dinosaur from the early Cretaceous China more than 126 million years ago.
  • Flores Men - A Flores Man classified as Homo floresiensis is an early human from the middle Pleistocene epoch 100,000 years ago.
  • Pteranodon - A giant fish-eater flying reptile called pterosaur from the middle Cretaceous period more than a hundred million years ago.
  • Woolly Rhinoceros - A large, prehistoric rhinoceros with thick hair from the late Pleistocene Europe and Asia.
  • Brachiosaurus - A massive sauropod from the late Jurassic Morrison Formation 150 million years ago.
  • Dryosaurus - A small herbivore ornithopod dinosaur from the same time with Brachiosaurus.
  • Stegosaurus - A large spike-tailed herbivorous dinosaur from the same time with Brachiosaurus and Dryosaurus.
  • Giant Spider -
  • Iguanodon - A gentle herbivore from the early Cretaceous Europe.
  • Megalania - A giant monitor lizard from the Pleistocene Australia.
  • Microraptor - A small, four-winged feathered dinosaur from the same time with Yutyrannus.
  • Iniopteryx - A prehistoric flying fish from the Devonian period. They are found in large bodies of water on a plateau.
  • Elasmosaurus - A long-necked marine reptile from the late Cretaceous period. They are found in large bodies of water on a plateau.
  • Triceratops - A large, three-horned herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur from the late Cretaceous North America.
  • Tyrannosaurus - A large tyrannosaurid dinosaur from the same time as Triceratops.
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