Amongst Jeff Goldblum‘s prosperous acting career, 1993’s Jurassic Park stands tall as one of his most memorable roles. In commemoration of the film’s 25th anniversary, a statue of the actor in his character of Dr. Ian Malcolm was erected in London.

A STATUE OF JEFF GOLDBLUM APPEARS IN LONDON

Those who’ve seen Jurassic Park may recall a scene where Goldblum, surviving a tyrannosaurs attack, relaxed by sitting on his side. His shirt was open too, exposing his bear chest.

NowTV, a streaming service, remembered that scene vividly, enough so to model a statue after it. The replica is rather sizable, sitting at 330 pounds and 25 feet. The statue debuted on Wednesday, lying along Potters Field, giving it a scenic view of the Tower Bridge.

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One fellow on Twitter commented about the “nonsensical” nature of the sculpture, noting that the film’s anniversary was one month ago and how neither the actor nor movie have anything to do with London.

Goldblum, meanwhile, remains dedicated to his craft, appearing in films such as Thor: Ragnarok and the brand new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, reprising the role of Dr. Malcolm in the latter.