Behold, a giant Jeff Goldblum statue has appeared in front of London's Tower Bridge. Commissioned by U.K. cable provider Now TV, the 25-foot sculpture was erected to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, per the NME.

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Steven Spielberg's first Jurassic Park originally hit theaters back in the summer of 1993. The celebratory statue presents Goldblum as he appeared in the film — as Dr. Ian Malcolm, a mathematician who specializes in chaos theory.

"Just your average day in Tower Bridge, walking in the sun, paying respects to the shirtless Jeff Goldblum statue wait what??????" wrote one Instagram user. What would you do if you saw a giant Jeff Goldblum? Sound off in the comments!

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