Thanks to the good folks at Hasbro, and Toy Fair 2015 starting in New York this weekend, we finally have our first good look at the genetically-enhanced dinosaur that the Jurassic World trailers have been teasing. Known as the Indominus Rex, it promises to outshine the T-rex in every way, serving as an even better example of the perils of genetic engineering.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the $35 toy version of the Indominus, which will no doubt hit store shelves just in time for Jurassic World's premiere, has roaring and chomping action, and some kind of color-changing skin on its back which means those InGen scientists probably stirred a little Cuttlefish into the mix while brewing up this new attraction.

But don't worry, our old Jurassic Park favorites are back in toy form too, including a new T-rex and Velociraptor figure that looks particularly untrained, despite what the trailers have led us to believe.

[Entertainment Weekly via Ain't It Cool News]

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