Jurassic Park: Cretaceous Camp: Discover in this exclusive clip the tenderest creature in the Netflix series
The animation title opens on the streaming platform on September 18.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is the first animated series in the Jurassic World universe and will reach audiences with Netflix. Although there are still a few weeks left until its premiere, on September 18th, courtesy of the streaming platform we offer you in EXCLUSIVE a clip so that you attend one of the most important moments of fiction.
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If you are one of those who enjoy cartoons and at the same time enjoy any content related to the most famous dinosaur saga in the history of cinema, this is your series. Campamenteo Cretaceous follows six young people who have been chosen to live a fast-paced adventure in an enclosure located on the opposite side of Isla Nublar, where each and every one of these prehistoric species that exist in the world is located.
In the clip you can see about these lines appears a character by all known: Doctor Henry Wu played in the real action tapes by actor B.D. Wong. The video shows the protagonists in one of the laboratories. Without them, they are about to live one of the most important moments of their life: the birth of a dinosaur. A pretty obvious nod to the first installment of the Jurassic Park saga.
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Unlike the real-action film, the little creature that peeks out of the shell is an adorable calf that could perfectly remember a Kentrosaurus, those lizard-like dinosaurs with numerous bone spines on its back. As in the latest film installments, Dr. Wu hides some macabre plan, which seems to have just been disrupted by the birth of the little animal.
As events take place, chaos begins to be sown around the island and the camp becomes a real madness. After an unfortunate incident, the six young men are trapped in and unable to contact the outside world. From that moment they must join forces to try to survive and avoid being overdated.
The first season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous consists of eight episodes and will be available on Netflix from September 18. Then don't miss the trailer for the series!