The third and final film of the "Jurassic World" trilogy will be released in the summer of next year. The movie will be about a new age, which of course also includes new dinosaurs. An image taken directly from a scene in the new film shows one such creature, or at least you can sort of see it. Behind Bryce Dallas Howard, who is in the water, you can see a dinosaur with amazingly long claws. As director Colin Trevorrow confirmed on Twitter, the creature is indeed a Therizinosaurus. What makes it special is its comparatively odd appearance, marked by its long claws and even longer arms. The depiction in the upcoming movie is also exciting on a scientific level, as no skull has yet been found of the dinosaur that is native to Mongolia. Therefore, a classification into carnivores and herbivores is not really possible and accordingly, it is not known whether he will specifically hunt humans. Either way, it is an exciting new arrival. We look forward to more new images of "Jurassic World: Dominion", which is scheduled for release on June 10, 2022.