Arctic Tyrannosaurus
Arctic T-rex
General Information
Universe Jurassic Park
Classification Tyrannosaurus hammondi arktikós
Species Type Tyrannosaur
Homeworld Earth
Environment Jurassic Park
Intelligence Non-Sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Biological Information
Reproduction Sexual; lay eggs
Average Height 20 feet ( 6 meters)
Average Weight 6.688-9 tonnes
Average Length 42 feet (12.8 meters)
Locomotion Bipedal
Feeding Behavior Omnivore
Lineage Information
Ancestor(s) Tyrannosaurus rex
Cultural Information
Alignment Neutral
Affiliation(s) Independent
Capital City Jurassic Park
Sociocultral characteristics
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Earth
Domain Eukaryota
Kingdom Animalia
Subkingdom Eumetazoa
Infrakingdom Bilateria
Superphylum Deuterostomia
Phylum Chordata
Subphylum Vertebrata
Infraphylum Gnathostomata
Superclass Tetrapoda
Class Reptilia
Subclass Archosauria
Infraclass Avemetatarsalia
Superorder Dinosauria
Order Saurischia
Suborder Eusaurischia
Infraorder Theropoda
Superfamily Tyrannosauroidea
Family Tyrannosauridae
Subfamily Tyrannosaurinae
Infrafamily Tyrannosaurini
Genus Tyrannosaurus
Species hammondi (Somarinoa, 2015)
Subspecies arktikós (Somarinoa, 2015)
Other Information
Status Extinct in the Wild
Creator Dr. Henry Wu

The Arctic Tyrannosaurus is a breed of Tyrannosaurus rex that has been adapted to an arctic environment, likely through purposeful genetic manipulation as opposed to any natural process. Its primarily-white coloration harkens back to the Indominus rex, a hybrid created for Jurassic World before it destroyed the park.

It is possible it was developed with help from Dr. Henry Wu for inGen's military applications program.

Description and StatisticsEdit

As far as size goes, the Arctic Tyrannosaurus is considered to be on par with regular t. rexes in terms of overall size statistics such as length, height, and weight. Given its requiring DNA from creatures able to survive in arctic conditions, it may have blubber in its body or may instead come to hibernate during the cold winter months like a wood frog.

Like other JP-developed t. rexes, they are believed to display some level of sexual dimorphism, with males having more prominent lacrimal ridges than females. Males also have a tendency to have visible facial scarring (possibly due to battles over territory with other T. rex and carnivores or mates). Females may or may not be brown in color, but are considered to most likely be somewhat larger than other breeds. Males are perhaps slightly smaller than females and are a mostly-white color, with splotches of varying shades of blue across its muzzle and dorsal section. A head crest displays a vibrant orange. They also have a large throat pouch that females seem to lack.

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