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Jurassic World: Dominion Features Dinosaur Discovered Just 2 Years Ago

Jurassic World: Dominion
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Jurassic World: Dominion Updates: Colin Trevorrow, co-writer/director of Jurassic World: Dominion recently revealed that the next movie would feature a freshly found dinosaur.

The premise of the newest installment of the Michael Crichton-based series is presently unclear, while it was recently reported that it will take place four years after the last installment.

In Jurassic Park, most of the dinosaurs that are featured are from The Cretaceous Period.

The finale of Fallen Kingdom saw a significant number of cloned dinosaurs released on the mainland, forcing mankind to adjust to a new world of coexistence with the beasts. They asked, “Is this the new normal?”

Jurassic World: Dominion Features Dinosaur

Jurassic World: Dominion
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Though the movie was a box office hit and showed potential, reviewers and moviegoers weren’t overly keen on the Fallen Kingdom. However, the film’s conclusion that humans and dinosaurs must find a way to coexist has left many fans anxiously anticipating the release of Dominion to see how this tension is resolved.

In an interview, Colin Trevorrow revealed about the recently discovered dinosaur. He says, “We have our first feathered dinosaur, The Oviraptor. I feel like that’s going to be a bit of a headline for those who care about paleontological accuracy.

Another one with feathers, which is in the picture is the Moros Intrepidus. That one showed up maybe two years ago. It probably popped up into your feed, that people found a tiny, T-Rex-like feathered Dinosaur. And that was one of the quickest turnouts that we have had, from discovery to putting it on screen.”

The sneak peeks of the Moros Intrepidus have fans excited about how the movie is going to turn out. A Dinosaur, with feathers? Who would have imagined?

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