“Not much gives me the chills. But this… this is something else. Now listen to me very carefully; it is imperative that you keep the Scorpios rex under control. If this thing escapes… well, I’m not even gonna go there.”
— George Lambert
Scorpios rex (E750) was a hybrid dinosaur frozen and held captive in InGen’s secret tunnels until it escaped. It is also the main antagonist of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3. There are two known individuals: the first one was created by Henry Wu, with the second one was asexually reproduced by the original.
The Scorpios rex is depicted as a medium-sized theropod, being smaller than Indominus rex and slightly larger than the Indoraptor, and bigger than the Velociraptor. Both individuals were adorned with charcoal black scales. Its features are heavily deformed and grotesque, which Simon Masrani determined made it unfit for display. These traits included a brachycephalic muzzle, red eyes with slit pupils set high on its skull, a prominent overbite, and jagged, uneven teeth. It has venomous spines on its elbows, tail, and neck due to its scorpionfish DNA, which can detach and embed in an opponent’s flesh in a manner similar to that of a porcupine.
Much like Henry Wu’s other hybrids, it has opposable thumbs and grasping talons, which enable it to climb and ambush prey from above. Its semi-prehensile tail also aids it in climbing. Like the Indominus rex, it has an infrared vision which allows it to see the heat signature of its prey. The Scorpios rex also had a pair of short spurs growing out of the back of its heels.
The hybrid had the ability to reproduce asexually due to frog DNA. As a result, the single Scorpios rex managed to give birth to another one of its species. Paired with the fact that the Scorpios rex also had accelerated growth, the population of the deadly creature would’ve increased rapidly if left unchecked.
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3.3-3.5 meters (11 to 11.5 feet)
8 meters (26.25 feet)