Forest – Isla Nublar (S/F)

One of Isla Nublar‘s geographic features was it’s tropical jungle. Populated primarily by “classic” tropical foliage that is common to nearby regions such as the Amazon Jungle in Brazil, such as the Moreton Bay Fig tree, it is apparent that InGen managed to recreate extinct flora such as an extinct species of the genus Veriforman. However, it is unknown how pervasively InGen  was able to populate the island with the cloned flora, or what other extinct flora that was cloned. The entirety Isla Nublar’s jungles was destroyed when the island was napalm bombed after the disastrous events that occurred on the to-be resort destination in the summer of 1993.