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New Season! New species! Dinotrux brings back the half dinosaur, half truck tons of fun!

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Ty and his best friend Revvit are back, building and battling in an all-new DINOTRUX Season 2! The turf war escalates when D-Structs unveils a buzz-saw tail, battles with battering-ram Skya and kidnaps Revvit.  Together the team saves the Ottos from a meteor crash, goes underground to escape the Desert Scraptors and builds a racetrack with Ton-Ton’s friends the Dumps. The fun never ends with the crew that’s half dinosaur, half truck and all awesome! From Dreamworks Animation, DINOTRUX Season 2 premiered March 11, only on Netflix.

Check out the clip: MEET THE OTTOS

 

New Characters & Species

  • ROLLODON (MONTANOCERATOPS + STEAMROLLER): Steamrollers crossed with Chasmosaurs, the powerful Rollodons are always on the move, migrating in herds like wild buffalo and flattening everything in their path.  They use their giant rollers to crack and churn ore out of the ground, eating on the go, and their simple jaw structure allows them to say only one word: “roll.”
  • GLUPHOSAUR (DILOPHOSAURS + GLUE GUNS): Lightning fast and fiercely protective of their treasured green ore, gluphosaurs will spit sticky glue at any Trux who dares get too close!
  • TOWACONSTRICTOR (SNAKE + TOW CHAINS): Slithering metallic snakes of the Mechazoic World, these rattlers can cause trouble for anyone who ventures too close to their nest in The Dark Forest… but they can also be convinced to link together to form long tow cables to help a Trux or Tool in need.
  • SCRAPTOR WITH GIANT HORN: Sun-bleached and with crooked metal horns growing out of their heads, desert scraptors hide underground, using ore to lure unwitting Trux to their secret trap doors where they pounce out and attack.  Creatures of instinct, they honor a very specific system of hierarchy and rank, following the “Alpha Scraptor” with the biggest horns.

GLUPHOSAURS ATTACK

Seeing as though this premiered a few days ago, I had the opportunity to sit and watch this with my son Jaxson who is five. It was a really cute show and it captured Jaxson’s attention. He giggled and smiled and has wanted to continue watching this over the weekend. I do have children that are various ages, and they too enjoyed this equally as much. As an adult, I didn’t mind watching this with them and found it cute as well as entertaining. I would highly recommend this series, so feel free to check it out on Netflix!

 

SKYA’S BATTERING RAM

 

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