'Jurassic World': L.A. Zoo Zookeepers Among Those Recreating Chris Pratt's Raptor Training Scene (Photos)

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Bend the knees and extend the arms.

Chris Pratt's Jurassic World velociraptor training scene is going viral with zookeepers worldwide.

Since the dinosaur film hit theaters a week ago, zoos around the globe have been reenacting Pratt's open-armed stance in front of in-existence animals, including penguins, otters and dolphins.

In Jurassic World's opening weekend, it scored the biggest global debut of all time with $524.4 million.

See the comedic reenactments below.

 

Move over @prattprattpratt, here comes #JurassicZoo from @thelosangeleszoo!

A photo posted by The Los Angeles Zoo (@thelosangeleszoo) on

 

Be it penguins or velociraptors, zookeeping is hard work. #JurassicWorld #Prattkeeping #RaptorSquad #CleverGirls #JurassicZookeeper

A photo posted by Woodland Park Zoo (@woodlandparkzoo) on

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