'Jurassic World' Site And Park Cams Are Online And Ready To Help Plan Your Visit
After Sunday’s Super Bowl trailer, everyone should be on board for Jurassic World. The park has shades of Sea World pageantry mixed with the danger of walking barefoot in a Piggly Wiggly parking lot after dark. What’s not to love?
In order to keep the interest in Jurassic World growing, the official website has opened up the park cam feed to the world. You can enjoy the employee breakroom, which has not yet been covered with worker body parts and filled with the screams of the doomed. Perhaps you would prefer to visit the Creation Lab, complete with Mr. DNA and mosquitos trapped in amber.
If boredom is your bag, you can stare at people while they stand on line for one of the rides. Unfortunately, none of them involve riding a horse-sized dinosaur around a track. Skip the line-creeping for my personal favorite, the
sh*t shovel cam Gentle Giants Enclosure, featuring piles of feces that Dr. Ellie Sattler would love to dig through.
The entire site is theme park perfection, from the “Did you know” facts to the park map. You can check out restaurants, on-site lodging, and sign up for a RaptorPass to get updates sent to your email. Hopefully they’ll alert you when the Gallimimus escape their pen and start stealing fruit from the guests. Or when any dinosaurs make an appearance, really. I at least expect an email when my trained dinosaurs are ready for pickup.
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