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The Next ‘Jurassic Park’ Movie Just Might Change the Way You Look at Animal Rights

A combo of breathtaking CGI and a powerful message that animals are not "ours to use" could make the next "Jurassic World" an instant hit. The post The Next ‘Jurassic Park’ Movie Just Might Change the Way You Look at Animal Rights appeared first on PETA.
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