The High Hide was a piece of equipment manufactured by Thorne Mobile Field Systems in 1995. It was a large, 15 foot tall structure made of cross bracing aluminum bars that made it lightweight and strong. It was made to be self assembled using a cable system and a winch to pull it together. At the top of the structure was a small observation area described as a “little house”. It was placed at a site where it was constantly in the prevailing wind, and it was disguised with toxic, odorous ferns. At its base was a small predator cage that one could get into to escape danger. The High Hide was commissioned by paleontologist Dr. Richard Levine for the purpose of observing the behaviors of the InGen Dinosaurs on Isla Sorna at a safe, and non-disrupting distance.