Thanks to Chris Pratt in “Jurassic World” and movies like Disney’s “The Good Dinosaur,” we all really wish that dinos could be lovable pets - especially movie velociraptors, those things are the cutest. Sure, they have an unfortunate tendency to eat people all the time, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want them to be happy.
That’s why Mashable cut together different clips from the “Jurassic Park” franchise to reimagine it as a heartwarming nature documentary. “Mashable Nature invites you to an incredible island, where life finds a way!” the friendly voiceover guy says.
Follow the inspiring journey of Little-Tail, a velociraptor who hatches from an egg, grows up, explores the world, faces the dangers of nature, hunts in the jungle, finds a mate and eventually has eggs of her own.
Dinosaur enthusiasts may be a bit annoyed that the video uses footage of the hatching Indominous Rex from “Jurassic World” and the tiny adult Compsognathus from “The Lost World” and tries to play it off as footage of Little-Tail as a baby - those are SO OBVIOUSLY different species, you guys - but we’d still watch the crap out of this on Netflix.