More Construction Work On Unannounced ‘Jurassic Park’ Coaster

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It wasn’t long ago Inside the Magic reported construction resuming on the highly anticipated Jurassic Park themed roller coaster at Universal Studios Orlando’s theme park in Florida.

On August 24, we reported the construction on the roller coaster at Universal Studios Florida has continued at a steady pace over at the theme park as Orlando Informer posted a tweet with a photo of what looks to be a wrapped up giant raptor. And just a few days ago we reported that the track being installed was officially complete on the coaster!

Now, thanks to our friends over at @bioreconstruct, we are seeing even more work being done at the unannounced Jurassic Park coaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, including some greenery being added to recent rock work, which you can see in the Tweet below.

There are also photos showing how the scaffolding is “securely braced in the structure” as construction begins on the rock work.

We also got a look at the unannounced Jurassic Park roller coaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure from the Raptor Encounter entrance.

Universal Orlando has officially reopened to the general public a few months ago with several different safety protocols and procedures to keep Guests and team members safe during this unprecedented time. These include mandatory face masks, temperature checks, social distancing markers in queue lines, installed plexiglass, a virtual line system, and more. For more information on the reopening, check out our article here.

Related: Know Before You Go: Universal Orlando Virtual Line Systems

Are you excited to see progress being made on the unannounced Jurassic Park themed coaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure? Will you be riding it once it officially opens? Let us know in the comments below.

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