ByLuke Gordon Smith, writer at Creators.co
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Luke Gordon Smith

With the recent release of Jurassic World, many people are wondering what exactly makes up the Indominus Rex, the hybrid dinosaur. Jurassic World had the biggest opening weekend of all time, with over 500 million dollars in revenue. The movie showed some of what made it up, but I am here to show you the rest.

This contains SPOILERS, so read at your own risk.

Carnotaurus

This large theropod dinosaur is one of the deadliest meat eaters of all time. And adds a great feature to the Indominus Rex.

Giganotosaurus

Another large carnivore, this carcharodontosaurid is even bigger than a T-Rex and gives the Indominus Rex its huge size.

Majungasaurus

This theropod may not be as big as the Giganatosaurus , but is very deadly and tough bone structure.

Rugops

Similar to the Carnotaurus, this dinosaur lived in Africa about 95 million years ago. It was a scavenger and knew how to survive.

Velociraptor

One of my personal favorites, this dinosaurs name means "swift seizer". It is a relatively smaller dinosaur, but is very deadly.

Cuttlefish

This animal is still alive today. It gives the Indominus Rex its ability to change color.

Tree Frog

Another animal still alive, the Tree Frog also changes color for protection. Which would come in handy for the Indominus Rex.

So to sum it all up, the Indominus Rex is a pretty scary dinosaur. And I definitely would not want to mess with it.

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