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Three Thai national parks could be filming locations for Jurassic World 4

The National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department is expected to take a few days to consider a request from the production team of “Jurassic World 4”, the latest film the Jurassic Park franchise, to use three national parks as locations.

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The department’s director-general, Atthaphon Charoenchansa, said today that the Hollywood production has already submitted its detailed plan for the use of the locations between June 17 and 28, which include the Kradan Island and Morakot cave in the Hat Chao Mai National Park in Trang province, Huai To waterfall in Khao Phanom Benja National Park in Krabi and Tapu, Nakha and Song Phi Nong islands in Phang-nga Bay National Park in Phang-nga province. Drones will also be used during the shoot, he added.

Full story: thaipbsworld.com

By Thai PBS World

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