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The One Thing That Would Make "Jurassic World" Even Better

The crossover we never knew we always needed.

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As you may know, Steven Spielberg (executive producer of Jurassic World) was co-producer for the children's dinosaur cartoon The Land Before Time, alongside George Lucas.

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So while everyone is buzzing about Chris Pratt wrangling velociraptors, there's something that would make this Spielberg flick EVEN BETTER...

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A JURASSIC WORLDLAND BEFORE TIME CROSSOVER.

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Which might mean a tribute to Ducky on one of the park's banners...

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Or Petrie fleeing from the jaws of a massive T. rex.

And that would DEFINITELY need to be a CGI version of Sharptooth.
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And that would DEFINITELY need to be a CGI version of Sharptooth.

Or Spike staying out of danger, chillin' with the rest of the stegosaurus squad.

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Classic frenzied Littlefoot would need an appearance too.

Although we'd probably have to remind him to take a deep breath — there are no asteroids or random ground-splitting here, only tourists who forget to turn off their flash.
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Although we'd probably have to remind him to take a deep breath — there are no asteroids or random ground-splitting here, only tourists who forget to turn off their flash.

And of course Cera would join the velociraptor crew, because let's face it: She wouldn't hesitate to rip your face off with her teeth just to prove she can.

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OR MAYBE THEY COULD USE LITTLEFOOT'S MOM'S DNA TO BRING HER BACK TO LIFE. Ahem, Mr. Spielberg: I think we need to talk.

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