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2015-06-12 16:00

Los Angles - An Indominus Rex "attacked" visitors to Buckingham Palace this week.

The genetically modified hybrid dinosaur - one of the 'stars' of the new Jurassic World film - was spotted outside Queen Elizabeth's royal residence in London terrifying a tourist.

Luckily for the monarch and for visitors to the palace, the dino didn't really attack but was actually toy from the new Hasbro Jurassic World range.

The figure was made to look full-size by photographer Joe Pepler who created an amazing forced-perspective snap at the landmark.

Pepler took the toy around London and shot it terrifying a woman by a red telephone box, 'attacking' Big Ben and causing havoc at the London Eye.

In the new blockbuster film, the Indominus Rex is a mutant dinosaur created from the DNA of various other creatures that kills its sibling and begins hunting other dinos for sport.


Jurassic World is out this week and stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Hasbro's range of Jurassic World toys is available from selected stockists now.

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