If you’ve grown tired of seeing wrapped-up raptors, we’ve got another plastic-covered addition to the up-and-coming “Velocicoaster” at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and this time, it’s the coveted ride vehicles, which have since been placed on the track.
We were able to spot the ride vehicles at the exit to Pteranodon Flyers yesterday, complete with the in-theme InGen logo spotted on the outer plastic cover.
InGen, of course, stands for International Genetics Incorporated, or the bioengineering start-up company founded by John Hammond in the Jurassic Park franchise. This company performs research to recreate extinct animals, with the aim to clone those creatures and expose them in a theme park. This plan ultimately went awry, however, and in the aftermath, InGen was acquired by Masrani Global, which used InGen’s revolutionary technology to begin development of Jurassic World on Nublar.
We’ll just have to hope that the dinosaurs behave once InGen opens up this mysterious—and totally safe—coaster. For an aerial view of the raptors in situ, check out our post here.
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