Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 4 Photo Reveals Spinosaurus' Return – Screen Rant

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 photo reveals the return of the Spinosaurus’ after the species’ first introduction in Jurassic Park III.
A new image from Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 reveals the return of the Spinosaurus. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is an animated series and part of the Jurassic Park franchise. While the series is connected to the Jurassic World series, it is a more family-friendly take on the dinosaur survival films. The show follows a group of teenagers whose trip to Isla Nublar for Camp Cretaceous’ summer camp turns into a fight for survival when the dinosaurs break free from their habitats. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ season 4 teaser revealed that the season will introduce a new island to the group.
The animated Netflix series has proved quite popular due to its provision of family-friendly content, while also revealing interesting ties and connections to the Jurassic Park franchise. Part of the fun of the series is in watching it closely for Easter eggs and clever nods to the franchise. The show has subtly and cleverly included such things as Jurassic Park‘s quaking footprint, familiar components of Isla Nublar, the gyrosphere from Jurassic World, and references to Jurassic World characters. Most intriguingly, the director of Jurassic World: Dominion has confirmed that Camp Cretaceous will connect to Jurassic World 3.
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As shared by Jurassic Outpost, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 will feature the Spinosaurus’ return. The image shows the kids running from the raging dinosaur. The Spinosaurus species is particularly recognizable due to the distinctive sail-like fin on their backs. The frightening dinosaur was first introduced in Jurassic Park III, but only its skeleton was featured in the Jurassic World films. Thus, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous will be the first in awhile to feature a living Spinosaurus. Check out the image below:
It's official – Check out the first look at the Spinosaurus in Season 4 of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous shared by Netflix! pic.twitter.com/I2QH1kU4LT
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The Spinosaurus’ return in Camp Cretaceous is exciting and makes one wonder if it is a hint for their return in the live-action films, as well. Meanwhile, the season 4 photo also displays some other interesting components. One will notice that there is quite a bit of advanced technology displayed in the image with what appear to be numerous drones in the sky and a robotic dog is seen running alongside the kids. The advanced technology, Spinosaurus, and desert-like environment certainly arouse suspicion for just where Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 takes place. The mismatched components of the photo might point to something scandalous such as a biosphere or experiment.
It is difficult to tell what the Camp Cretaceous season 4 sneak peek truly means until the season premiere on December 4th. However, the teasers and photos that have been dropped so far certainly point to something quite outside the realm of what the show has tackled so far. A new island, new dinosaur, and new technology certainly holds a lot of potential for a large plot twist. Most importantly, it has a lot of potential to further substantiate Camp Cretaceous‘ place within the Jurassic Park franchise. It is harkening back to Jurassic Park III and also likely setting itself up to connect in a big way to Jurassic World: Dominion. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 4 is gearing up to have a big impact by both paying tribute to the Jurassic Park films and by adding fuel to the Jurassic World films.
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Source: Jurassic Outpost
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