Looking back at “Jurassic World 1, 2 ,3”, the heroic, athletic, likeable, and tuggable Velociraptor Blue.
It’s like Owen’s daughter, and the audience has watched it grow up, live on Nablal Island, lose all its sisters, lose its home …… and now have a child.
Blue has the DNA of Varanus albigularis ionidesi in her body, and she is able to reproduce as a solitary female.
“Jurassic World 1 and 3” director Colin Trevorrow once tweeted: “Blue” is named after the striking blue stripes on its body, and this design comes from the appearance of Varanus albigularis ionidesi, showing that it The design comes from the appearance of Varanus albigularis ionidesi, showing that it has the DNA of Varanus albigularis ionidesi on its body.
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