This T-Rex conducting the Jurassic Park theme with an orchestra is all you could ever want

It might just beat the melodica cover from 2012

A video has surfaced of a Tyrannosaurus Rex conducting the Colorado Symphony in their performance of the Jurassic Park theme tune.

In the hilarious clip, the conductor suitably dressed up as the dinosaur, can be seen passionately embracing his role in the performance. He even starts jumping at one point.

The event took place in March 2017 at the Colorado Comic Con. The video quickly went viral on Twitter and you can watch it below.

Twitter users responded, with one saying that their High School had done a similar stint when performing the famous John Williams’ theme song.

The viral video follows a 2012 YouTube clip that saw user P. Lo cover the theme song with a melodica. Since uploading the video, it has amassed almost 15 million views worldwide. You can watch it below.

Meanwhile, the first trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was released last month, showing the first glimpse of Jeff Goldblum’s return as Dr Ian Malcolm.

In the trailer, Dr Malcolm appears to be addressing an unspecified committee hearing – before the trailer eventually concludes with an utterance of his iconic line ‘life finds a way’.

Production on the film began in London back in February, before it moved to Hawaii – with producer Frank Marshall revealing the news on his Twitter account.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom also sees J.A. Bayona taking over directorial duties from Colin Trevorrow and is set for release on June 22 2018.