PHOTOS: Raptor Eggs Visible on “Velocicoaster” Rockwork at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Ospreys aren’t the only raptors making nests at the “Velocicoaster” in Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Dinosaur eggs have appeared at the top of some of the coaster’s rockwork.


The eggs aren’t easy to spot without knowing they’re there, but one is clearly visible in a dip in the rockwork.


The eggs are high up, and scaffolding still covers the bottom portion of this structure.


Guests will be able to catch a glimpse of the eggs as they go by on the coaster above.

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Raptors in the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World series are protective of their eggs, like most birds are.


We’ve already seen an aerial view of three raptor figures surrounding another portion of track.


Ride vehicles have also been popping up on “Velocicoaster” for testing. The ride has a long way to go before completion, but we can’t wait!

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