Roaring into theaters this weekend is the next step in the evolution of “Jurassic Park,” now rebranded and made anew for Disney World size crowds, “Jurassic World.” Since blending the old with the new plays a large role in “Jurassic World,” it makes sense that many of the dinosaurs that will thunder across the silver screen are from previous “Jurassic Park” movies. After all, where would “Jurassic Park” be if not for the terrifying T-Rex or the quick kills of its feisty Velociraptors?

Here's a list of all 18 dinosaurs coming to theaters this Friday in “Jurassic World”:

1. Ankylosaurus
A herbivore with a spiky turtle-like shell makes for an unfortunate lunch early in “Jurassic World.” Ankylsaurus wasn’t seen in the series until the third “Jurassic Park” movie.

2. Apatosaurus
Although this gentle giant, not too dissimilar to the Brachiosaurus of the first film, is only seen in skeletal remains in “The Lost World,” the large herbivore will enjoy its big screen debut in “Jurassic World.”

3. Baryonyx
A fish-eating dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous period, this crocodile-like biped has made mini-appearances in previous movies. 

4. Dimorphodon
Not exactly the cutest of the coop kept in the “Jurassic World” aviary, this flighty and toothy menaces will make their park debut in the new movie.

5. Edmontosaurus
This duck billed herbivore has the ability to switch from walking on its hind legs for food to grazing the plains on all four legs. Edmontosaurus will make its second cameo in the series in “Jurassic World.”

6. Gallimimus
Known to roam the park plains like a flock of birds, Gallimimus has been a staple of the franchise since the original 1993 movie.

7. Indominus Rex
This genetically engineered dinosaur is the “Jurassic World” equivalent of Frankenstein’s monster. Incredibly smart and lethal, Indomnius Rex is a frightening take on what happens when science goes wrong.

8. Metriacanthosaurus
This funky striped carnivore is slated for a spot on the Cretaceous Cruise attraction. Keep your eyes open!

9. Microceratus
These docile pack dinosaurs are among the smallest of “Jurassic World” residents. Hopefully, they can survive when chaos breaks lose.

10. Mosasaurus
The star of the big tank attraction looks like a crocodile-whale cross. If that’s not scary enough, watch the aquatic carnivore jump out of the water and eat an entire great white shark in the trailer.

11. Pachycephalosaurus
A popular hold over throughout the series, these head butting herbivores sometimes make for comic relief when they not nearly trampling visitors.

12. Parasaurolophus
Another “Jurassic Park” staple, this crested lizard is easily recognizable among other dinosaurs for its notable headgear. These herbivores have appeared in the series since the first movie.

13. Pteranodon
These iconic winged dinosaurs first appeared at the end of “The Lost World,” and have stayed with the series since. They will pull off a very similar scene to their feathered cousins in Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” in “Jurassic World.”

14. Stegosaurus
Known as the “Roofed Lizard,” this iconic plated herbivore can also be seen through all of the “Jurassic Park” movies, including the latest one.  

15. Suchomimus
Another toothy carnivore with a taste for fish, Suchomimus is to make its on-screen debut in “Jurassic World.”

16. Triceratops
The three-horned dinosaur, a "Jurassic Park" original, acts much like a rhinoceros and would charge an opponent if feeling threatened.

17. Tyrannosaurus Rex
The “Tyrant Lizard” was on top of the food chain back when “Jurassic Park” opened in 1993. But with the addition of Indominus Rex in “Jurassic World,” T-Rex, pictured above, may be dethroned from its perch.

18. Velociraptor
These “clever” creatures find a new calling when Owen (Chris Pratt) trains them in “Jurassic World.” These carnivorous baddies from the first movie like to hunt in packs and therefore communicate with each other to coordinate their efforts. The pack in "Jurassic World" will share a terrifying family resemblance to the Indominus Rex. 

“Jurassic World” opens in theaters Friday.