“A creature of the future, made from pieces of the past! Ladies and gentlemen, please be warned! This is the perfect blend of the two most dangerous creatures, that ever walked the Earth! We call it… The Indoraptor!”
— Gunnar Eversol introducing the Indoraptor to bidders
The Indoraptor bears a strikingly similar appearance to the Indominus rex, but his body length is about half of that of his predecessor. He sports talons that are similar to those of a Velociraptor, and his color is primarily black with a golden-yellow streak running from the base of the neck to his tail, which bears a strong resemblance to Blue’s metallic blue streak. Like the Indominus rex, The Indoraptor possesses hands with four fingers, an opposable thumb, and three main digits.
The shape of his head bears a resemblance to that of a Tyrannosaurus rex, and he has a sprinkled red mark around the eye orbit. The skin around The Indoraptor’s mouth is flaky and peeling away in some areas, possibly due to genetic instabilities inherited from the source materials used to create him. His mouth is also sickly-looking, with ragged teeth similar to those of the Indominus rex.
He prefers a quadrupedal stance, though he can stand, walk, and run bipedally on occasion.
The Indoraptor also exhibits night vision, allowing him to perform well regardless of the time of day, or lighting condition he’s pushed into. The Indoraptor also has echolocation to track his prey in the dead of night. The individual seen in Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom was a male.
Like his predecessor, the Indominus, he was cunning and sadistic. Like the I-Rex, The Indoraptor killed for pleasure as much or even more than for food, and he enjoyed toying with his prey before delivering the killing blow. However, The Indoraptor could be considered more sympathetic as, unlike Indominus Rex, who was neglected and had only the feeding crane to form a positive relationship with, The Indoraptor was outright abused throughout his life in order to enhance his killing instincts. This may indicate that The Indoraptor killed not for sport, but because it had been conditioned to do so.
How to unlock Indoraptor in Jurassic World Dino Trackers Collection?
Open up your Jurassic World Play App (previously known as the Jurassic World Facts App), press the Scan button and point it towards the DNA code here:
Jurassic World Track N Attack Indoraptor Dinosaur Figure with Tracking Gear & 3 Attack Features DNA Scan Code
3.1 meters (10.17 ft)
7.3 meters (23.95 ft)
1.1 tons (2,200 lbs) (997.9 kgs)