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
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
So. Many. Dinosaurs. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
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
Pratt) bonding with baby Blue, the alpha raptor from
Jurassic World. We later see their reunion, which
doesn’t seem to go so well.
Owen and baby Blue in a flashback scene. (Photo: Universal
Compsognathus: The diminutive dino frolics
among the souvenirs in the trashed park.
Those toys are so lifelike. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Brachiosaurus: These towering sauropods with
the distinctive snouts were first seen in Steven Spielberg’s
original Jurassic Park.
Photo: Universal Pictures
Tyrannosaurus rex: We bet the iconic,
battle-scarred titan of Isla Nubar won’t stay down for long.
Photo: Universal Pictures
Stegosaurus: She’s all packed up and ready for
Is this covered under Amazon Prime? (Photo: Universal
Baryonyx: This carnivorous dino, which
resembles a Spinosaurus sans sail, is new the Jurassic
scene … and apparently hungry.
Baryonyx is on the scene. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Pteranodon: The flying reptiles (not
technically dinosaurs) have been fixtures in several
Isla Nubar’s air force. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Gallimimus: The stampeding ostrich-like
dinosaurs from the original Jurassic Park are still
on the move.
An erupting volcano sends the dinos off to the races.
(Photo: Universal Pictures)
Apatosaurus. Don’t get in the way of
these ginormous sauropods.
Triceratops: The three-horned creature’s
Jurassic lineage stretches back to the 1983
Outta the way! Apatosaurs (with the long necks) and
Triceratops coming through. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Carnotaurus: Another newcomer to the
Jurassic-verse, the terrifying horned theropod might be best
known for being the antagonistic species in Disney’s animated
Everything about Carnotaurus is frightening, except its
teeny-tiny arms. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Allosaurus: Previously only seen in
holographic form in the visitor’s center, the Allosaurus is
almost as formidable as T. rex.
Eww, dino drool! (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Ankylosaurus: The armor-plated dinosaur
might be an herbivore, but that tail can do some damage.
The gyrosphere gets an escort from an Apatosaurus,
Pteranodon, and Ankylosaurus. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Styracosaurus: A relative of the
Triceratops, the imposing Styracosaurus has a spiked frill …
but can it swim?
Let’s hope she can do the dino paddle. (Photo: Universal
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters
June 22, 2018. Watch the trailer:
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