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There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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New early art and dinosaur renders surface from Jurassic World

New concept art and renders have surfaced from Jurassic World as part of yesterdays YouTube update! While many of the videos were part of the Blu-ray set, quite a few were brand new and loaded with never before seen content. Coming in at over 5 minutes long, a new feature titled ‘Dinosaur Experts’ is loaded with fun new content, including some brand new art!

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For longtime followers of our site, the early Indominus Rex render may seem a bit familiar in concept. That’s because it’s from when the dinosaur was called the ‘Malusaurus’, something we hinted at years ago and described as looking like a ‘beefed up Masiakasaurus‘. This version of the design is also the clear inspiration for the early Hasbro toy prototype:

We’re always thrilled to see new behind the scenes footage and concept art, so hopefully more will surface in time. While it may seem a bit too late for a Jurassic World art book, perhaps a special edition that includes Jurassic Park art in celebration of its 25th anniversary could be released next year? The long road to Jurassic World and its evolution over time would make a fantastic visual journey. (Take a hint, Universal!)

Do you prefer the final design of the Indominus Rex, or do you prefer the early Diabolus/Malusaurus designs.. and what happened to those Aviary scenes from the guests perspective? Sound off in the comments below, and as always, stay tuned for the latest on everything Jurassic!

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