BySarah Gibson, writer at Creators.co
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On June 11, 1993, Isla Nublar came into our vision as palentology pro John Hammond flew over his amusement park of cloned dinosaurs in a helicopter. It was a brilliant spectacle of animatronics and pioneering CG technology. Now, over twenty years later, the evolved Jurassic World is getting ready to stomp its way into theaters in 2015.

So far, director Colin Trevorrow has done an excellent job of piquing our interest for the fourth film in the classic franchise, but I'm guessing he might not be so happy about this leaked Jurassic World spoiler on Twitter. The visitor's guide prop was handed out to several extras on the set of the movie, and one of them decided to circulate it on the interwebz.

Aside from showing an outrageous amount of product placement (making me think that, perhaps, the whole thing might've been "leaked" by Universal itself as part of a viral marketing campaign), it provides a ton of awesome new details about the upcoming sequel. Check it:

The Jurassic World visitor's guide.
The Jurassic World visitor's guide.
"May be disturbing for small children"? DAMN RIGHT!
"May be disturbing for small children"? DAMN RIGHT!

  Some very blatant advertising.
Some very blatant advertising.

  A medical center, hey? That'll come in handy...
A medical center, hey? That'll come in handy...
..Just so you know where the raptors are hiding!
..Just so you know where the raptors are hiding!

One of the stand-outs for me is that we can expect a guest appearance from Jimmy Fallon!! While I certainly wasn't expecting a cameo like that, Fallon is a great, contemporary choice to try to give a sense that the movie is happening not necessarily here, but definitely now.

And then? Then the magnum opus of the entire guide...

Then THIS:

Woah!! That - right there - is a list of all the dinosaurs we can expect to see in Jurassic World. Incredible.

That said, I'm still totally confused at how the disaster present in the last three films wasn't enough to stop a new park from opening. Because...

... And if there's one thing we learned from the first three movies, it's that things in Jurassic places go wrong. Very wrong. So, with this in mind, what can we expect to kick off in the fourth installment of the Jurassic franchise? How are the park's exhibits going to kick the ass of unsuspecting holiday-makers this time around?

I have a few ideas.

The T-Rex Feeding Show

A feeding show for the very same beast that - on watching Jurassic Park for the first time - made 7-year-old me puke with fear when he ate Martin Ferrero's character right off the crapper?

Good luck with that one, guys...

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The Mosasaurus Feeding Show

Half T-Rex, half shark. Full carnivore.

Something tells me this feeding show will also end in salty tears - just like the T-Rex feeding show - but underwater. Let's quit with the feeding shows already.

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The Creation Lab

Recreating "all the dinosaurs that have ever existed"? Ian Malcolm and his "Gee, the lack of humility before nature that's being displayed here staggers me" monologue has gotta be face-palming right now.

The dino theme park's guide now just needs to add the "all visitors must sign one of our Darwin waivers before entering" caveat...

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The Jungle Trek

A wonderful photo op... For a masochist!!

Run with herds... Just hope they're not hungry.

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The Aviary

Just watch the clip and tell me you really believe - as the visitor's guide description for this one says - that the aviary is going to be "safe for all guests"...

Let's just say it's going to make Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds look like a walk in the (non-Jurassic) park.

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But, behold, probably the most dangerous and terrifying of Jurassic World's exhibits...

The Golf Course

Forget dinosaurs - quite aside from stray golf balls flying through the air at 30mph, providing a caddy AND full on-site catering? A recipe for indigestion waiting to happen, if ever I heard one... God save us all.

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Which park exhibit are you most looking forward to seeing in Jurassic World? And where is dino sh*t first going to hit the fan?


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