The only survivor from her pack, the female Velociraptor with blue-gray skin, marked with a characteristic blue strip that determined her name. Discovering a new world, and adapting to a new wild terrain with lower temperatures, roars over a pedestal of dirt and trunks covered by snow. With the movie's logo on the front, sculpted in a stone mural that circles the pedestal, Iron Studios proudly present another release derivative from the Jurassic World trilogy's awaited climax, with the statue "Blue - Jurassic World: Dominion - Art Scale 1/10", with the Velociraptor most beloved by fans.
Created by InGen in a project to study the intelligence of the Velociraptors, train them, and possibly use them for military purposes, Blue and her sisters Charlie, Delta, and Echo were trained by Owen Grady, but due to the incident in Isla Nublar caused by a genetic hybrid super predator, created by InGen and called Indominus Rex, only Blue, the eldest, and most faithful on her flock to Owen survived and apparently became the only Velociraptor alive. Capable of expressing emotions, like affection, pain, and empathy, Blue reencountered her old trainer three years after the incident in an apparent rescue mission, in which Owen is betrayed by the mercenary team that accompanied him, and Blue is hurt, captured, and taken to the continent with other captive dinosaurs for an auction. After the escape of a second hybrid named Indoraptor, and the chaos caused by this event, the survivor Blue, and all of the other specimens escaped, which means that dinosaurs and humans shall coexist in a new world that will be presented in the next movie Jurassic World: Dominion, on its trailer, is revealed that Blue has a baby called Beta. Besides the movies, Blue made some special participation in the Netflix TV series "Camp Cretaceous".
Size: 19 x 18 x 28 cm