“Jurassic World,” a theme park with fully functioning dinosaurs, was the dream of a character called John Hammond in the 1993 movie "Jurassic Park." A new trailer video of the upcoming sequel features a voice-over of the character and a second trailer shows children in the park hugging baby dinosaurs.

Hammond is a billionaire who owned Isla Nublar, the island that is home to the dinosaur theme park. The character was played by the late actor Lord Richard Attenborough in the 1993 movie and again in the 1997 movie"The Lost World: Jurassic Park."

New footage in the trailer shows two young cast members Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins traveling around in the park in their gyrosphere. Just as the two young characters in the 1993 movie were helped by Alan Grant (Sam Neill), “Jurassic World” will feature Owen (Chris Pratt) as the guardian of the kids.

Another trailer shows how the children are allowed to play with the dinosaurs under the supervision of the park staff. One child can be seen hugging a baby dinosaur.

According to the movie's official website, the “Gentle Giants Petting Zoo” is located at the park's visitors center. Visitors are also allowed to ride a small Triceratops dinosaur, provided they wear helmets.

The park also houses a first aid center right next to the pool where the Mosasaurus feeding show takes place. The first aid center may come in handy when some of the dinosaurs escape their paddock in the movie. The new attraction in “Jurassic World,” which will be the main focus of the movie, is the hybrid dinosaur called the Indominus Rex.

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