‘Jurassic World’ Takes You Inside the Creation Lab and Reveals Some Scary New Dinos
It’s not just the terrifying Indominus Rex that Chris Pratt and his co-stars will have to look out for in Jurassic World—the park is also cooking up some pretty intimidating genetically-modified dinosaurs in its onsite lab. The latest piece of viral marketing for Jurassic World takes you inside the Hammond Creation Lab, so named for Jurassic Park mastermind John Hammond. In addition, the film’s interactive site has revealed seven new dinosaurs that will terrorize theme park visitors this summer.
If you still haven’t had a chance to check out the official Jurassic World site, you should make the time to do so. It’s a pretty neat place which informs visitors of wait times for attractions, park schedules, and offers videos and other viral goodies. The site also keeps you up to date on the weather, and I don’t know about you, but the lovely temps over at Jurassic World are tempting me for a visit no matter how dangerous that place is (aka it’s way too cold in the U.S. right now).
Above, you can check out a brief promo for the Hammond Creation Lab, which boasts advanced technology to bring dinos to life, as well as its very own hatchery and nursery, to nurse all those teeny tiny T-Rex babies. Like dogs, dinosaurs are way cuter when they’re little.
In addition, the site has revealed seven new genetically-modified dinosaurs that reside in the park, including the awesomely-named Dimorphodon (sounds very heavy metal) and the unfortunately-named Suchomimus. If you think about it, the Jurassic Park series is really just a long, ongoing cautionary tale about the dangers of GMOs. Enjoy this gallery of new dinosaurs, and be sure to shop for local, organic products when possible!
Jurassic World hits theaters on June 12.