Universal Pictures’ “Jurassic World: Dominion” movie released a “pseudo-documentary”-style promotional video, showing dinosaur sightings around the world in areas where dinosaurs entered human life.
Some people encountered Ankylosaurus in California, Pterosauria was captured by cameras in Malaga, Spain, there were images of Mosasaurus in the Pacific Ocean, and there were even people who kept compsognathus as a pet in Oregon, USA, and a group of British people watched carnivorous dinosaurs sleep.
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This film tells that since dinosaurs entered the human world, Jurassic Park has ceased to exist, but greater challenges and crises are imminent. At 2 hours and 26 minutes, the film is the longest in the series.
“Jurassic World: Dominion” opens in North America on June 10.
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