If you were a little disappointed by the first ‘Jurassic World’ trailer, perhaps the new one that aired during this year’s Super Bowl was more to your liking. It definitely featured more raptor action and a few more peeks at the Indominus Rex, but if you’re still itching for more from our return to the deadly theme park attraction, the official ‘Jurassic World’ website has opened their “Park Cam” section, giving viewers a special look inside the park…from a safe distance, obviously.

The official ‘Jurassic World’ website is awesomely detailed, offering weather and line-wait updates, an entire section devoted to providing information on the various dinosaurs you’ll see in the park (and film), and more. The latest addition to the site is the “Park Cam” section, which gives you access to views of the various areas and enclosures in the park, like the hatchery, where dino eggs crack open and deliver tiny baby dinos, or the line for the gyrosphere, which we’ve spotted in photos and trailers—and which appears to serve as a stand-in/throwback to the harrowing scene with Lex and Tim in the Jeep from the original film.

Browsing through the various options, you’ll find some curious cam feeds, like the employee break room, a maintenance area, and the innovation center. Obviously it’s not that basic—we’ve also got camera feeds from the T-Rex enclosure, the “Gentle Giants” enclosure (where employees seem to be endlessly scooping massive piles of dino poop), and the “Cretaceous Cruise,” which seems like a very ill-advised water excursion.

We’re only four months away from the release of ‘Jurassic World,’ which hits theaters on June 12, and we’re sure to see even more great promotional materials online over the next few months. But be sure to keep an eye on the official site, which continues to receive some fascinating updates.