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People are losing it over this clip of Chris Pratt and a baby raptor from the new Jurassic World movie

Clever girl.

BACK IN THE summer of 2015, Jurrasic World made an absolute killing at the box office – but one of the main criticisms of the movie was the perceived lack of quality of the CGI.

So, perhaps with that in mind, the sequel’s screenwriter Colin Trevorrow went on Twitter yesterday to share the very first clip of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

And it features Chris Pratt ~bonding~ with a baby dinosaur

If you can’t see the video, click here

It might only be a six second loop, but its cuteness is enough for Jurassic Park fans everywhere

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Vanity Fair speculates that it might not even be CGI:

This hyper-realistic and seemingly robotic creature looks like it delivers on a promise made by director J.A. Bayona in 2016. He told The Hollywood Reporter: “Obviously, you don’t have real dinosaurs—sometimes you have people playing dinosaurs—but we love animatronics, and we’re trying to do as much with them as possible. It’s complicated because the audience now is so used to seeing C.G.I. that they’re sometimes reluctant toward animatronics. But, at the same time, I think animatronics bring soul and reality to it. We’re trying to find the balance between animatronics and C.G.I. in order to cheat the audience, so they don’t know what they’re seeing.

It’s so realistic that children are actually convinced it’s real because of the clip

In a franchise where you’re used to dinosaurs becoming unstoppable killing machines, this is a nice break

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Jurassic World fans are shook

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And Bryce Dallas Howard responded with a classic Jurassic Park moment

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It does have a touch of Disney to it

Baby raptors, the best thing they could possibly put in the first ever teaser.

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