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Jurassic World Live Park Cams Offer Glimpse Into The Fictional World

Kristina Atienza | PopWrapped Author

Kristina Atienza

03/21/2015 11:35 pm
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Jurassic World Live Park Cams Offer Glimpse Into The Fictional World | Jurassic World
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For most movie franchises, use of clever or creative marketing / advertising tactics aren't really necessary to get people to watch the movie. For the makers of the Jurassic Park Franchise, they decided to make a statement for the fourth installment. If the combination of Jurassic World's Super Bowl Commercial (Youtube), the phenomenal graphics that give the dinosaurs a brand new life or just the inclusion of Chris Pratt as the lead character didn't already make you want to run to theaters when the movie comes out, the newest update might change your mind. The official Jurassic World website already presented people with opportunity to feel like the park is a very real place with use of constantly updating statuses about things like the park capacity, what's happening now around the park, see what times certain dinosaurs will be fed and even wait times for some of the "exhibits." But now, people can get an even better inside look at the park. Jurassic World Park Cam The newest feature allows people to choose from a variety of Live in Park Web cams. People have the option to take a look at the hatching area, see the line for the gyrosphere or even see the less appealing sights like employees cleaning up after the dinosaurs. It's uncertain if the footage is exclusively for the website's purposes or if it is from the movie itself. Although the T-Rex paddock only showed birds flying past and no dinosaur, the footage of each live cam seems very legitimate in comparison to what you'd see in normal zoos. Jurassic World just seems to be getting more and more interesting with these type of interactive features, not including the obvious problems that comes with humans playing god with dinosaurs. Jurassic World will crash into your local theaters on June 12th.

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