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Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous’ shows animated children in grave danger

Kid’s Dino-Camp at Jurassic Park? What could go wrong?

Netflix released a trailer today for its upcoming Dreamworks animated series, Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous. The 8-episode cartoon, which takes place concurrently with 2015’s Jurassic World, follows a group of kids as their awesome dinosaur camping trip turns into a fight for survival.

I know this show is being marketed to kids and all, but the trailer sure makes it look like at least a couple of them are gonna get chomped before its over.

I like dinosaurs as much as anyone, but any parents who’d send their kids off to a camp with live dinosaurs (especially in a world where they’ve already escaped before) deserves a call from child services. That being said, it does appear to have created a scenario where we’ll get to see some cool animated dinos.

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous is produced by Steve Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow. All eight episodes will premiere September 18.

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