1.First, in case you're wondering, YES it's still a boat ride...
2....and it still has that impressive 85-foot drop.
3.However, the iconic signs and gate now say: "Jurassic World."
4.The boats themselves have been given a little makeover, too.
5.The queue is meant to immerse you as though you're really AT Jurassic World — so there are a bunch of ~informational~ signs that talk about Isla Nublar and the dinosaurs, especially the newer ones, like Indominus rex.
6.And all the queue videos have been majorly updated, too.
7.You'll see Jurassic World "news" interviews with Chris Pratt as expert Velociraptor handler Owen Grady.
8.And Bryce Dallas Howard as Jurassic World's operations manager Claire Dearing does a very appropriate corporate-style intro.
9.Also, parents — take note! There is a height restriction to the ride.
10.The ride still features animatronic dinosaurs, but they've been majorly updated with new technology.
11.And there's a new "water tank" part of the ride where it looks like the mosasaurus is swimming around you.
12.You can expect to get A LOT more wet on this new ride compared to the old one.
13.The story has also been revamped to follow the escape of the Indominus rex.
14.Which, of course, climaxes during a battle with the Tyrannosaurus rex — just like in Jurassic World!
15.Just outside the ride, you can visit the updated Raptor Encounter, now featuring Owen's favorite — Blue from Jurassic World.
16.But if you're into more ~docile~ dinos then you can also meet Juliet the Triceratops...
17....or a very cute baby Raptor if size alone scares you.
18.There's even new food at Jurassic World! You'll have your choice of some ~fancy~ Costa Rican-inspired cuisine served at Jurassic Café.
19.And finally, you can get flavorful Tiki cocktails at the all-new tropical Isla Nu-bar (hehe, get it?).
Hold onto your butts...it's gonna be super fun (and super wet)!!!
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