Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom‘s first trailer debuted Thursday, and making good on his promise, director J.A. Bayona delivered more dinosaurs in two-plus minutes than we’ve seen in any of the four previous Jurassic movies.
The preview is jam-packed with prehistoric beasties, from longtime franchise favorites like Velociraptor and T.rex, to several species we haven’t seen before (or were listed in the park’s database); the climax features dozens and dozens of stampeding creatures racing from an exploding volcano toward an ocean-fronting cliff.
We set playback on super slo-mo and revisited the Fallen World trailer to catalog each of the creatures onscreen. Here’s a quick field guide.
Velociraptor: Our first glimpse of the saga’s seminal hunter comes early on, with a flashback showing Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) bonding with baby Blue, the alpha raptor from Jurassic World. We later see their reunion, which doesn’t seem to go so well.
Compsognathus: The diminutive dino frolics among the souvenirs in the trashed park.
Brachiosaurus: These towering sauropods with the distinctive snouts were first seen in Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park.
Tyrannosaurus rex: We bet the iconic, battle-scarred titan of Isla Nubar won’t stay down for long.
Stegosaurus: She’s all packed up and ready for delivery.
Baryonyx: This carnivorous dino, which resembles a Spinosaurus sans sail, is new the Jurassic scene… and apparently hungry.
Pteranodon: The flying reptiles (not technically dinosaurs) have been fixtures in several Jurassic films.
Gallimimus: The stampeding ostrich-like dinosaurs from the original Jurassic Park are still on the move.
Apatosaurus. Don’t get in the way of these ginormous sauropods.
Triceratops: The three-horned creature’s Jurassic lineage stretches back to the 1983 Spielberg original.
Carnotaurus: Another newcomer to the Jurassic-verse, the terrifying horned theropod might be best known for being the antagonistic species in Disney’s animated feature Dinosaur.
Allosaurus: Previously only seen in holographic form in the visitor’s center, the Allosaurus is almost as formidable as T.rex.
Ankylosaurus: The armor-plated dinosaur might be an herbivore but that tail can do some damage.
Styracosaurus: A relative of the Triceratops, the imposing Styracosaurus has a spiked frill… but can it swim?
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters June 22, 2018. Watch the trailer:
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