It almost feels like we’re talking about computers or cars since they get updated every year, but this new predator should be a more terrifying creature. The animal is not an organically created being, as he comes about thanks to genetic hybridization in the film.
The animal is not an organically created being, as he comes about thanks to genetic hybridization in the film. Yep, some very smart people (all of whom are aware of the disasters that plagued the first three films) decided it would be wise to create a new dinosaur from scratch.
Really, what could go wrong? Man knows what he’s doing when it come to making predators?
The new dino’s official description comes courtesy of the official Jurassic World site (via Collider/ScreenCrush) is as follows:
We set out to make Indominus the most fearsome dinosaur ever to be displayed at Jurassic World. The genetic engineers at our Hammond Creation Lab have more than delivered. At first glance, Indominus most closely resembles a T. Rex. But its distinctive head ornamentation and ultra-tough bony osteoderms can be traced from Theropods known as Abeliosaurs. Indominus’ horns have been placed above the eye orbit through genetic material hybridized from Carnotaurus, Majungasaurus, Rugops and Giganotosaurus. Fearsome indeed.
Indominus’ roar is estimated to reach 140-160db—the same as a 747 taking off and landing. And it can reach speeds of 30 mph…while confined to its enclosure. Come experience Indominus Rex for yourself beginning this summer. If you dare.
No worries the new Indiana Jones aka Chris Pratt will save the day. We mean, it’s NOT like Pratt’s character is going to be a Dino snack. We need someone’s character to live on for a sequel. Strap in and enjoy the ride.
Jurassic World opens in theaters on June 12th