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Last month Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow tweeted a teaser image of one of the ferocious new dinosaurs that will be rampaging across the big screen next summer. It wasn't particularly revealing, but it left many speculating as to what it could be, with many guessing it was a Megalodon, a Spinosaurus, or a Mosasaur.
Well, to all you Mosasaur fans, all I have to say is...
So, congratulations! You just won absolutely nothing. But bask in the glory of being irrefutably correct on the internet. A rare feat indeed!
How do I know this, you ask? Well, thanks to twitter user jurassicp2k15 via ComingSoon.net the brochures made for Jurassic World were just leaked onto the interwebs for your viewing pleasure. It should be noted that similar brochures were created for the first Jurassic Park entry.
So, check out the new brochures. Also, just in case you missed the first warning... and the headline.
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"Jurassic World. Where dreams come true... then eat you."
And there it is. Trevorrow had stated the teaser was of a brand new and majorly important prehistoric beast, and sure enough! The Mosasaurus you guys guessed was in the teaser image has its very own feeding show at the park. You know... the show where we feed it people.
Also, catching my attention is The Scrambler? Maybe this ride also houses the hatchery? Besides being famished, the thought of some bratty kid mistakenly snatching the wrong Dino egg sounds intriguing to me. Mostly because the thought of some snooty little monster waking up to find a T-Rex in his pocket makes for great visual comedy, or maybe I'm just sick in the head.
Oh! The Creation Lab? Might we be seeing the rumored dinosaur gene-splicing?
If your golf ball lands in the Mosasaurus pool, let it go. If your ball lands in the bushes, let it go. Also, we recommend avoiding the park restrooms unless absolutely necessary or you're a lawyer.
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That's a pretty big roster, with quite the variety of popular dinosaurs. Personally, I'm partial to the Ankylosaurus, but I'm sure many of you readers will be more than happy with the last entry on the list. Although, there is one very surprising omission on this list. Anyone notice?
So, readers, tell me which Dinosaur you're most excited to see! Are there any you wish had made the list, and do you think there could be more not even listed here? Let me know in the comments below!
Jurassic World releases in the US on June 12, 2015.