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Moros is a genus of tyrannosauroid theropod that lived during the Late Cretaceous period in what is now Utah, United States. It contains a single species, M. intrepidus. Moros represents the earliest known diagnostic tyrannosauroid material from the Cretaceous of North America by a margin of about 15 million years.

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Jurassic World: Dominion

During a flashback of the Cretaceous in prehistoric times, a Moros was seen feeding on rotten flesh that was in a Giganotosaurus's teeth and ran off after the latter saw a Tyrannosaurus.[1]

Moros were recreated by Biosyn, and Dr. Sattler and Dr. Grant saw some eating Gerbil, at the company's laboratory.

At the end of the film, a girl is seen feeding a mixed group of Moros and ducks. The Moros are smaller than the real animal (Provided the animals shown on-screen are not all juveniles), at about the size of the ducks. Watching from nearby, Alan Grant comments that he's never going to get used to it.

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Despite being the first confirmed feathered dinosaur in the whole franchise, an article by Screen Rant states the Oviraptor as the first feathered dinosaur to appear in the movie.

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  1. This is only seen in Jurassic World Dominion's prologue, which is not part of the theatrical release.
Jurassic World: Dominion Prehistoric Creatures
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