Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is back on Netflix for season 2 but the final episode has left fans with questions about the dinosaur in room E750.
In September 2020, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous arrived on Netflix, quickly winning over fans and earning a second season in the process.
That second season roared onto Netflix on January 22nd, 2021 and left fans begging for more with a final tease as the final episode came to an end, a mysterious new creature being kept in room E750.
But just what kind of dinosaur could be lurking in room E750? A familiar foe or a whole new dinosaur altogether?
Camp Cretaceous season 2 on Netflix
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous returned to Netflix for season 2 on January 22nd, 2021.
The new batch of episodes continues the story of the group of teens who were left stranded on the dinosaur-infested island of Isla Nublar.
Following the dinosaur escape we see in 2015’s Jurassic World, the Cretaceous campers must look to find their own way off the island before they all become dino chow.
What is in room E750?
- The dinosaur in room E750 has not been revealed at the time of writing.
The new and mysterious creature in room E750 has been teased throughout season 2 of Camp Cretaceous but it’s never been revealed exactly what is being kept there.
The closest we have come to seeing the mysterious creature was a frozen tank where the frosted glass prevented us from seeing exactly what had been created.
In episode 8 of season 2, the Camp Cretaceous crew finally have a moment of safety as they reunite at long last but that’s quickly changed when some ravenous Compys chew through some power cables.
Electrical systems across island cut out, including all the security mechanisms on the mysterious room E750, where something is stirring within.
Fans theorise about E750
It’s safe to say that fans who have binged their way through season 2 have been busy discussing the new episodes and have offered plenty of theories about the new dinosaur.
While another added: “We’re not getting any more hybrids, it’s most likely a young spinosaurus or it could be the sound they chose to give the giganotosaurus in the film part of the franchise”
According to the Jurassic Wiki fan page, E750 could be any of these potential dinosaurs: Allosaurus, Spinoraptor, Giganotosaurus, Siats, Spinosaurus, Troodon, Carcharodontosaurus, Indominus rex, Unidentified new hybrid.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous are available to stream now on Netflix.