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These variants of Parasaurolophus have bioluminescent genes from marine lifeforms incorporated into their DNA, allowing them to produce their own light and glow in the dark to be one of the many dinosaurs that lived as an attraction for Masrani Global Corporation's Jurassic World.
The campers encountered a herd bioluminescent Parasaurolophus in the River Adventure. Darius Bowman claims that these dinosaurs are herbivores to the other campers. The Parasaurolophus swims to the campers' boat, and probably due to Bumpy's roar, they start attacking, moving the boats and crushing in the wall, but after hearing some unknown noise, the Parasaurolophus go away and let the campers flee.
The Parasaurolophus lux from the River Adventure are seen outside of the caves, chased out by either of the Scorpios rex causing to Brooklynn, Kenji Kon, Sammy Gutierrez and Yasmina Fadoula run way of them.
During the attack, the Parasaurolophus lux suffer heavy casualties, with about three or four killed by the Scorpios rex. Due to this event, it is unlikely that the variant survived until 2018, especially since its bioluminescent genes were a clear disadvantage, as predators were attracted by the light.
see Parasaurolophus lux/JW: A
Parasaurolophus lux is featured in Jurassic World: Alive as the first non-hybrid legendary
Two skins of Parasaurolophus lux were added to Jurassic World Evolution 2 on March 8th in its Camp Cretaceous Dinosaur Pack DLC.
Parasaurolophus lux appears in Mattel's Camp Cretaceous toyline based of it's appearance in Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.
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