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Toro is one of the many dinosaurs cloned by Henry Wu under the instructions of Vic Hoskins. It's likely that he was intended to be used as a military weapon, much like the other massive carnivores. However, at some point in his life, he was moved to a separate enclosure away from the guests for unknown reasons.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous
After Darius Bowman and Kenji Kon, two campers at Camp Cretaceous, broke into his enclosure, Toro found and attacked them. However, using Toro's inability to make sharp turns against him, causing the dinosaur to trip up, the duo manages to escape from the paddock through a feeding cage. While attempting to reach Darius and kill him, Toro ended up scraping his face on the metal of the cage, receiving a scar across his snout, and grows a grudge against Darius and Kenji, the former in particular.
A few days later, the Indominus rex stumbled into Toro's paddock. After engaging in a brief confrontation with the Carnotaurus, the Indominus broke through the fence of Toro's paddock, freeing him and leaving without causing any harm to him, letting Toro roam free around the park.
That night, Toro found his way into the Mosasaurus Feeding Show, where he encountered Darius and Kenji once again, this time with their friends. Busy playing with a barrel, the Carnotaurus did not see them and was busy playing with a barrel until Brooklynn, Kenji, and Sammy Giuterrez collided into each other. Darius threw a rock to distract Toro, and once he lost interest in it, he began to sniff out the group as they were climbing the stairs to the park's monorail so they can escape. However, once the monorail's automated greeting played, Toro saw the group. The Carnotaurus started chasing them, but kept tripping on the stairs, which eventually broke due to his huge size and weight, sending him plummeting to the ground and allowing the kids to escape while Toro roared at them in rage. The Carnotaurus then returned to the Jurassic World Lagoon, scarring off two camp counsellors Dave and Roxie, who had arrived to look for the lost campers.
Later on, during the same night, Toro entered the park's tunnel system, where he encountered and attacked Darius' group (except Ben Pincus and Bumpy the Ankylosaurus, with the former being presumed dead and the latter being lost). Starting a chase, Toro eventually lost them in some of the vents. However, shortly afterwards, Toro attacked when Darius and Yasmina Fadoula attempted to break a vent cover open, breaking through one behind them so he could kill Brooklynn, although the group eventually escaped. Toro continued chasing the campers, cornering them in the shipping dock. However, the campers set up a trap, and using compressed air tanks and a taser, they triggered a explosion heavily scarring and burning Toro in the process. While the group was celebrating their victory, Toro stood up, covered in scars and burn marks. Glaring at Darius in rage, Toro realised the kids are not worth the trouble and walked away, but not before roaring at them one final time.
It is revealed that after leaving the tunnel system, Toro made himself a nest on a hill. A few days later, Ben and Bumpy encountered Toro on his hill, who started chasing them, but eventually lost them.
In the following weeks, Ben would slowly toughen up on the island. Knowing that Toro is blocking his way, Ben decided to fight the Carnotaurus. However, given that Ben is a teen while Toro is a much bigger dinosaur, Toro wins the fight and almost kills Ben, until Bumpy arrives, who has grown up into a young adult. Together, Ben and Bumpy fight Toro and managed to defeat him, the Carnotaurus falling off a cliff on his back.
A day-or-so later, Mitch & Tiff get themselves stuck inside Toro's old paddock while they are trying to find the watering hole that Darius knows about so they can hunt and kill dinosaurs. However, they are encountered by a Baryonyx named Grim, who Tiff shoots and kills before the dinosaur could attack. However, Toro himself is nowhere to be seen.
Toro is completely absent from the entire season, but he gets mentioned a few times by Ben, while gloating about how he and Bumpy defeated the Carnotaurus.
It's currently unknown just what happened to Toro. Some of the fans believed he was killed by a Scorpios rex, explaining his absence in Season 3. However, if this theory isn't true, then it can be assumed Toro was alive until the eruption of Mount Sibo in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, with him possibly being the Carnotaurus that was killed by the Tyrannosaurus rex during the eruption. At the same time, however, it's been confirmed that at least two Carnotaurus were captured by Eli Mills and brought to Lockwood Manor, and a second Carnotaurus is even seen at the end of the movie. Out of the two, the second one is more often thought to be Toro. However, it was ultimately never confirmed and the dinosaur's fate remains unknown.
Toro has a build common of his kind, except he has a stunted horn on the right side of his head. The most distinguishing feature of the Carnotaurus is a large scar on his snout. By the end of the first season and afterwards, he is covered in severe burns everywhere with the exception of his tail after a explosion.
Powers and Abilities
Carnotaurus Physiology: Toro possesses incredible feats of strength, speed, durability, stamina, senses and intelligence, even for a Carnotaurus.
Enhanced Strength: Toro possesses incredible feats of strength, even for a Carnotaurus.
Enhanced Speed: Toro possesses incredible feats of speed, even for a Carnotaurus.
Enhanced Durability: Toro possesses incredible feats of durability, even for a Carnotaurus.
Enhanced Senses: Toro possesses incredible feats of senses, even for a Carnotaurus.
Enhanced Stamina: Toro possesses incredible feats of stamina, even for a Carnotaurus.
Stealth: Toro possesses incredible feats of stealth, even for a Carnotaurus.
Expert Combatant: Toro is great at combat against opponents that try to attack him, shown when he was able to go head-on against Darius and the other campers in End of the Line. In Brave, Toro was able to go head-on against Ben Pincus and a fully grown Bumpy, only to be eventually overpowered and defeated by the two.
High-level Intellect: Toro possesses incredible feats of intelligence, even for a Carnotaurus.
Expert Tracker: Due to Toro's sense of smell, he can track any human or dinosaur to their current location, regardless of the distance.
Toro is extremely aggressive, vengeful and obsessed with hunting and trying to kill Darius, Kenji and their friends. However, as much as Toro is aggressive, he is also somewhat clumsy, falling down multiple times. He also seems to hate Darius the most out of the campers.
Despite being the first season's main antagonist, he only has about ten minutes of screen time.
He is one of the three dinosaur antagonists who were named and are still alive, alongside Chaos and Limbo, two Baryonyxes from Season 2. However, unlike those two, Toro is an actual villain.
It's unknown how he survived his encounter with the Indominus rex.
Toro's role gets smaller and smaller each season, going from Season 1's main antagonist to a one-shot in Season 2, to being completely absent from Season 3.
Toro was meant to appear in the episode "Happy Birthday, Eddie!". He would killed Eddie, and chased the campers through the crates.