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Charlie was one of the Velociraptors that are being trained by Owen Grady that appears in Jurassic World. She meets her end when she gets blown up by an InGen Security Trooper after turning on the humans during the assault on the Indominus rex.
In Hasbro's Jurassic World toy line, she is the same as her movie depiction but is a darker green.
Charlie was created by InGen as an attraction for the IBRIS Project. She is the youngest of the park's Velociraptor pack consisting of Blue, Delta, and Echo. Her skin pattern is the result of using Green Iguana DNA in her genetic coding.In her birth, Owen Grady imprinted on her and trained her along with her siblings.
Charlie's pack outfitted with infrared cameras strapped to their heads and were used to stop the rampage of the genetic hybrid Indominus rex. When they found the hybrid, the I. rex began to communicate to them, becoming the leader of their pack, giving them the command to kill the humans that were following them. They followed this order and proceeded to attack the humans that were trying to stop the Indominus. Charlie pounced on an InGen Security Division trooper and dragged him away before killing him. While devouring the aforementioned trooper, she saw her trainer Owen Grady, who refused to shoot her. Charlie also hesitated to attack Owen due to their bond, staring at him in a curious matter rather than an aggressive manner. Seconds later, one of the InGen troopers fired a missile launcher at Charlie, killing her. 
Because she was the youngest in Jurassic World's raptor pack, Charlie looked to the pack's leader Blue for guidance and commands during hunts. Charlie had such a high respect towards her leader that she gave up her meals to feed Blue.
Charlie's relationship with Owen isn't well known. However, when Owen refused to fire at, or harm her, Charlie in turn, simply stared at him, giving out small chirps, shortly before her demise.
Charlie appears in LEGO Jurassic World as a playable Velociraptor. Interestingly, this raptor is referred to by Owen Grady as a male, which would've made Charlie the only brother out of four siblings.
The Raptor Paddock, along with Blue, Charlie, Delta, and Echo, were added to the game for battle boosters that can help the player in certain battles. Charlie is for offense, and the player gets either the ability to remove the enemy's block or extra attack moves from her.
A toy of Charlie was released as a part of the Jurassic World toy line at a retail price of $9 along with her other packmates except Blue. Like the toys of her fellow subordinates Delta and Echo, her toy lacks the sickle claw that Velociraptor had in both the movies and real life.
There is also a Charlie Growler figure. It is a new sculpt, complete with the sickle claws on each foot, and is repainted for the Delta Growler figure.
In Lego Jurassic World Charlie is on Main Street instead in the movie Delta is on Main Street.
Behind the scenesEdit
When the Velociraptor siblings are first introduced, Charlie unknowingly hits Echo with her tail twice in the same scene. After that, she and Delta change sides around Blue.
It is odd that when Charlie was killed, none of her blood spattered all over Owen since he wasn't too far from her. This was most likely done to retain a PG-13 rating.
Charlie is the second named raptor to die in the Movie canon, the first being The Big One.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jurassic World
- ↑ Empire Magazine - Access All Areas: Jurassic World, Archived from https://web.archive.org/web/20150609212747/http://www.empireonline.com/jurassicworld/
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 LEGO Jurassic World - Charlie Profile (April 30, 2015) Retrieved from http://www.lego.com/en-us/jurassicworld/characters/charlie-2504bbfd0a494559b59e68a61cf3d1ec
- ↑ Business Insider - Here's what the dinosaurs in 'Jurassic World' will look like (2015, February 17) Retrieved from http://www.businessinsider.com/jurassic-world-dinosaurs-2015-2/