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Chris Pratt is a raptor whisperer in new 'Jurassic World' trailer

A new "Jurassic World" trailer debuts during the Super Bowl, with Chris Pratt training raptors and running from a newly made dinosaur that "will give parents nightmares."

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What kind of snacks does one give raptors to sit and heel, exactly? Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET

Bringing back the action and the horror of dinosaurs running amok, "Jurassic World" gave fans another glimpse of scenes from the upcoming movie in a new TV spot that aired during the Super Bowl.

In it, we get a quick look at a new dinosaur who "kills for sport," not survival. It appears no one is safe from this new threat, let alone all the usual creatures who like to eat humans. We're looking at you, pterodactyls!

But the best part of the trailer has to be more scenes of Pratt and his gang of raptors that act more like a pack of guard dogs than the uber-creepy predators from "Jurassic Park." We even see Pratt training the clever girls to obey his commands.

Pratt stars in "Jurassic World" alongside Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer and BD Wong, who returns as Dr. Wu, a character introduced in "Jurassic Park." The new movie is directed by Colin Trevorrow, with Steven Spielberg returning to the franchise as executive producer.

"Jurassic World" opens in theaters in the US on June 12, 2015.