|Mosasaurus Feeding Show|
|Time||Every 2 hours|
|Film appearances||Jurassic World|
- "Satisfy your prehistoric appetite for thrills when our massive Mosasaurus gets a serving of shark."
- —Park Map(src)
The Mosasaurus is fed every two hours. The event can be watched from a large tribune, probably from the Underwater Observatory. A great white shark, or some other big shark, is hung high above the water surface. The Mosasaurus will jump out of the water and snatch the shark. When it falls back into the water, it generates a huge splash that could wet the tourists on the tribune, which is protected from the predator by an electified fence.
Visitors are advised to bring a poncho "because the Mosasaurus Feeding show is one big splash zone." The show might be disturbing for small children.
Behind the scenesEdit
As revealed in an interview with Empire Magazine, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow came up with the idea of the Mosasaurus Feeding Show during one of his first meetings with Steven Spielberg and Frank Marshall. He mentions that in his original concept there is a separate facility that mass-produces the sharks the Mosasaurus eats via cloning. Additionally, this drawing by a British artist was claimed to be the inspiration for the scene, as the artist tweeted the picture to Trevorrow. 
- ↑ Empire Magazine - Empire's Jurassic World Trailer Tour: Page 9. Retrieved from http://www.empireonline.com/features/jurassic-world-teaser-trailer-tour/p9
- ↑ the comment section of the website