T-rex on the Thames

On its journey down the Thames, to an unknown location, it seems that a T-rex has partially escaped from its cage.  It is assumed that this is something to do with the resort and the problems that it had four years ago.

If this isn’t the case and it’s more serious then why hasn’t the public been informed.  Why hasn’t the police been informed as the footage doesn’t show any police activity on the river trying to stop this dangerous animal being transferred, probably without authorisation or paperwork.

T-rex on the Thames: #JurassicLondon

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Posted by Total Film on Wednesday, 23 May 2018

At time of writing, there hasn’t been any confirmation from Jurassic World or anyone associated with the resort.

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