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Sesame Street Unveils Jurassic Cookie

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Now it's official: everyone - even the writers of Sesame Street - is excited about the release of Jurassic World.

Continuing their incredible run of this-is-really-being-done-for-the-adults-isn't-it parodies, they've released Jurassic Cookie, starring the legendary Cookie Monster as the visionary owner of a cookie-based theme park.

But has he thought things through properly? Will the dream become a nightmare? Will biscuits find a way?

Find out by watching below: it's crunch time for the blue furry one.

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