Parent Guide: Camp Cretaceous

About Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous debuted on Netflix in 2020 as an animated series set in the Jurassic Park universe. The story is set around six teens attending and adventure camp on Isle Nublar but when dinosaurs break free from their habitats the young campers are left stranded and must band together to survive.

Rated: TV-PG

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Parent Guide

Best for: Ages 9 and up

Violence

The dinosaurs can be scary, especially when they attack or kill other dinosaurs.

A few human characters are killed by dinosaurs although no blood or gore is shown.

There is blood occasionally seen coming from hurt or dying dinosaurs.

Profanity

Characters occasionally use mild insults

Mature Content

None

Intensity

People are eaten or killed by dinosaurs

There are several intense scenes where the fate of characters is unknown

There are a few mild jump scares in the later seasons

Overall

Camp Cretaceous is a great addition to the Jurassic Park universe and more accessible for younger audiences. However, some of the action scenes may be too intense for sensitive or very young children. The story is very well developed and is highly entertaining even for older audiences like tweens, teens and adults. Many of the episodes end with a cliffhanger enticing viewers to watch more episodes. Throughout the series the young campers bond and learn to overcome their differences in order to survive. Even though this may be a more intense animated series than other dinosaur fans will enjoy this addition to the Jurassic Park family.

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