ByAmos B, writer at Creators.co
Aspiring actor, Movie buff, and fan of all things Nintendo
Amos B

So I'm looking on the internet for pictures of the Indominus Rex that will terrorize us all on June 14. However, I found something else-something that might be an easter egg or a plot point. But, I believe we've got our verdict; the original Jurassic Park T-Rex is in Jurassic World!

A plate full of news?

Remember those images of the merchandise that gave us our first good look at the Indominus Rex? Yeah that was cool.

Plate full? See what I did there? Anybody?
Plate full? See what I did there? Anybody?

Indominic Rex here(see what I did there? C'mon, they're funny...) is seen on a paper plate. He's real pretty-um, pretty ugly. But weren't there some with a T-Rex too? Sure were.

Sorry for the blurriness.
Sorry for the blurriness.

So, what makes him so special? It's just a Tyrannosaurus with scars on it's neck. Wait a minute... Scars on it's neck?

But that's the wrong side, you...
But that's the wrong side, you...
Oh...scars on it's neck...
Oh...scars on it's neck...

Everybody remembers Rexy's raucous raptor ruckus, right(fun with alliteration!)? Well, he got bitten and clawed on that favorite neck of his quite a lot by those clever girls. He ate them in the end, of course, but they left him with the mark of the beast. Reptiles are known to have long life spans; it's only been about 22 years since the first Isla Nublar incident. If a T-Rex is anything like a Galapagos Tortoise, he's still stompin' and rompin' around the island, and now probably in an enclosure there.

So what do you think? Is my first article crazier than I am, or is this the original T-Rex from Jurassic Park?

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Is this THE T-Rex, or is it a coincidence?

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