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“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” will be introducing a new hybrid of dinosaur called the Indoraptor. A fan art of this dinosaur has surfaced online, showing the terrifying look of the creature. Meanwhile, the producers have released a behind-the-scenes picture showing the famous gyrosphere.

Fans have already seen the hybrid dinosaur in the first trailer of the film. Artworks posted on JurassicWorld2Movie show the design of the Indoraptor based on the trailer.

The pictures look at the terrifying possibilities of the dinosaur. It is something that Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) will encounter when they go back to the island to save the creatures.

It turns out that the Indominus Rex wasn’t the only dinosaur that scientists at the park were working on. There were plans to create a smaller dinosaur that could be easily trained and managed by the military. The result of such experiment is the Indoraptor.

Meanwhile, another fan art on JurassicWorld2Movie shows what a Tyrannosaurs Rex would look like if it had feathers. The picture is again taken from the trailer for the upcoming film.

One of the main criticisms by the scientific community about the movies is that they are not scientifically accurate, as real-world data suggests that dinosaurs had feathers. The filmmakers have so far refused to update their creatures based on this new information. The fan art proves that the dinosaurs can look equally terrifying with their feathers.

Meanwhile, the producers have released a new behind-the-scenes picture from the set from the time they were filming “Jurassic World; Fallen Kingdom.” The picture shows Pratt, and in the background is a damaged gyroshphere that will be used by Owen and the others to hide from the dinosaurs on the island.