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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Toys Are A Lot Like The Ones From The '90s

Check out some of the latest dinosaurs in Mattel's new Jurassic World line.

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While the next installment of the Jurassic World series--titled Dominion--isn't hitting theaters until 2021, there is an animated Netflix series called Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, which actually looks a bit terrifying for a show geared towards children, which hits the streaming service on September 18.

Of course, with a new Jurassic Park title comes a ton of Jurassic Park toys. Mattel has launched the new Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous toy line, and it's very reminiscent of the original Jurassic Park toys. While these dinos don't have that sweet battle damage the original toys had in the '90s, they look and feel like the toys from your childhood. Check out some of the new ones Mattel sent our way below.

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Above, is the Epic Roarin' Tyrannosaurus Rex, the Camp Adventure Set, and the 15 Action Mini Dinos. These are just a few of the latest toys in the set. While the toys are based on the upcoming animated series, the look and feel of them all feel like the original Jurassic Park toys. Obviously, there are a few technological improvements as well.

The T-Rex roars, it's mouth opens, and its whole head shakes when you press the button on its tail. It's one of the scarier Jurassic World toys we've seen so far. The Camp Adventure set features three dinos--one of which was mini--and dinosaur expert/camper Darius Bowman--who is voiced by Paul-Mikél Williams (Westworld) on the show. Each of the dinos has an action button as well.

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And yes, the camper fits inside the T-Rex's mouth because of course you're going to try and have the dinos eat the campers. These toys are available now at Target and the T-Rex is currently available on Amazon for $40. The 15-pack of mini dinos is on Target for $30 and the Camp Adventure set is available at Target for $40.

Speaking of new and upcoming toys, Hasbro revealed the next wave of Power Rangers figures, which includes another Goldar. NECA also has a brand-new set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys based on the classic '90s movie. Finally, if video games are more your thing, you can learn more about the Lego Mario Bros sets, which are now back in stock.

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