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Universal Studio’s Jurassic World Ride Looks Totally Awesome

The new trailer has us so excited.

Dinosaurs may never be coming back, but the next best thing is—Jurassic World The Ride at Universal Studios. The Hollywood amusement park just released a new trailer teasing the epic attraction, which is set to open this summer.

In the clip posted on Wednesday, a Hollywood movie set is terrorized by a massive Tyrannosaurus Rex, who chases people through the streets before busting through the iconic Universal entrance. “It just got real,” the video says at the end, adding, “Try to survive the new adventure.”

The Jurassic World ride, inspired by the original Jurassic Park attraction which closed in September 2018, will feature even more dinosaurs than its predecessor. According to a press release, one of those creatures (which is shown in the final seconds of the trailer) will be “the magnificent aquatic Mosasaurus, [which] will mesmerize onlookers in her natural habitat from behind a 3-million-gallon glass encased aquarium observatory tank.”

While the ride will begin with a leisurely float down the river on rafts, Entertainment Weekly reports that things (literally) go downhill from there. “Encounters with such docile creatures as the Stegosaurus and Parasaurolophus will quickly turn awry as predatory Velociraptors and Dilophosaurus begin to wreak havoc, turning guests from spectators to prey,” the outlet revealed from the Universal release.

As if trying to escape man-eating mammals wasn’t enough excitement, the ride will end with an adrenaline-pumping drop down an 84-foot waterfall.

And Jurassic World The Ride isn’t the only new dinosaur-themed attraction coming this year. Universal Studios will also be adding the Raptor Encounter where fans can meet Blue the Velociraptor and the Dino Play area where kids can learn about and dig for fossils.

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