Site C was an island located in the South Pacific close to 750 kilometres from the Five Deaths. It was around 24 square kilometres, slightly larger than Isla Nublar, and was an extra storage for dinosaurs after the storage pens on Isla Sorna became too crowded. It also served as the manufacturing site for the computer systems needed to run the ill-fated Jurassic Park. The island has no name.
Site C was bought by InGen in 1992 after the completion of the first five menagerie buildings on Isla Sorna proved not to be enough to hold the total amount of dinosaurs and a mercenary sent by BioSyn discovered the island and almost managed to steal a Compsognathus. They also needed to find an out-of-the-way place to secretly assemble the advanced computer systems of Jurassic Park, so John Hammond bought the island, pretending to make it the site of a future tourist resort. Since nobody technically owned the island (though the Americans had laid an unofficial claim to it in 1889) and nobody wanted it, the island was bought for a mere $40 grand. The island was originally two islands taking up a total of 1.2 square kilometres, with shallow water and dead reefs taking up a total of 23.7 square kilometres. Over a period of six months, the islands were expanded with landfill to reach 24 square kilometres and five additional menageries were built, as well as a computer factory, an amber storage centre and a genetics lab.
However, a series of lawsuits left InGen nearly bankrupt after the Isla Nublar incident, and John Hammond was unable to prevent Site C being shut down. The island was supposed to be bombed along with Isla Nublar, but the bombs only destroyed the main buildings and the underground portion of the menageries remained intact. The dinosaurs escaped, unbeknownst to the world, and overran Site C.
- Tyrannosaurus rex†
† = extinct by 2012