WATCH: Full ‘Jurassic World’ trailer features dinosaurs eating sharks and more

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Two days after Universal Pictures posted a 20-second trailer for “Jurassic World,” the film company went ahead and posted the full, nearly three-minute version to its YouTube page.

And it is everything you imagined it would be.

Again, we get a glimpse of the gates to the park opening, a herd of Gallimimus running around a Jeep, some sort of bubble vehicle circling a brachiosaur (now identified as a “gyrosphere” attraction at the park), actors Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt, and the slow, eerie opening notes of the “Jurassic Park” theme.

We also get to see what Jurassic Park would’ve looked like in full operation, packed with tourists milling around and riding trams and monorails and kayaking through a stegosaurus-lined swamp and watching a shark get eaten by a giant, prehistoric creature like this is Sea World.

And a peek into the plot of the fourth movie in the Jurassic Park series: Jurassic World has been making genetically modified hybrid dinosaurs. From the clips of deep claw marks into 40-foot concrete walls, wrecked gyrospheres and cracked hardhats, I’m going to have to agree with Chris Pratt’s character. That’s “probably not a good idea.”

Also, there’s a flare.

And Chris Pratt racing velociraptors on a motorcycle. That part looks a little weird.

The trailer for “Jurassic World” is set to show in theaters on Thanksgiving, and the movie will be released June 12, 2015.

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