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Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Easter Eggs & Fun Facts

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Easter Eggs

Netflix’s Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous in available to stream, I had the opportunity to interview Director/Writer Scott Kreamer and Producer Colin Treverrow on all the behind the scenes of making this series!  Of course, as a fan of the jurassic World franchise, I wanted to find out about some of the Easter Eggs and fun facts on making it!  I had spotted some of my own, but check out what they said about the Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Easter Eggs!

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Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Easter Eggs

Originally they were going to try to set a piece in Camp Cretaceous at the water park from Jurassic World but production limitations wouldn’t allow it so they pivoted to the underwater caves.

They go to the Research Facility in this series, which was never seen before. The sign to the Research Facility is passed by the ambulance when the kids were running from the Raptors in the first film Jurassic Park. It is a sign that points to the left, but you never see the actual facility in the movie.

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Easter Eggs

The scene when they are in the kayaks while exploring the underwater cave is taken from the Jurassic World movie. In the background in a shot in Jurassic World, you see people on a kayak ride with a bunch of Apatosaurus’ on the shore.

Scott Kreamer voices one of the workers in the series, the very first worker and character in the series to be eaten by a dinosaur.  The original voice of the worker sounded too much like one of the cast, so his voice was used.

The gyrospheres featured in Jurassic World is used by campers to help herds of dinosaurs migrate from one side of the park to the other.  They even come upon a crashed gyrosphere, that was a scene from Jurassic World.

Sammy Gutierrez, who turns out to be a spy, actually mirrors Denis Nedry’s character in Jurassic Park. She even sports a very similar shirt with the same pink flower and leaf pattern as Nedry.

The raptor ‘Blue” makes two appearances in the series.  When Kenji and Darius escape a velociraptor paddock.  As they’re being pulled from the gates, you see a quick appearance of Blue. She also makes an appearance at the end of the series before the credits roll.

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Easter Eggs

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