'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom': Mt. Sibo volcano details and more

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'Jurassic World'
A still from the movie "Jurassic World." Jurassic World/ Facebook

Promos for  “Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom” have begun. Just like last time, the viral website created specifically to promote the film has started to tease certain details, which involve the active volcano, Mount Sibo, and the danger it poses to the island and its inhabitants.

The plot of the upcoming movie focuses on saving the dinosaurs from an active volcano threatening to destroy the whole island. Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) is leading the effort to educate people about their responsibility towards the animals that were created by mankind.

A fictitious activist initiative called Dinosaur Protection Group is spearheading the campaign to raise awareness of the plight of the dinosaurs. The producers of the film have also created an official website of this group.

The latest content on the website shares details about the status of Mount Sibo on Isla Nublar. Just as there were “live” cameras from the dinosaur theme park on the website for the 2015 film, the recent one gives “live” feed of the tremor readings from the fictitious island.

A name that fans may get to hear in the film is Costa Rican Institute of Volcanology (CRIV), the institute that first reported on the reactivation of the dormant volcano. The viral website shares details from a report created by this fictitious institute.

The volcanic mountain is situated on the north-west edge of Isla Nublar. The viral website also has a simulation of the effect of an eruption. The trailers of the film already show the eruption happening. The only question is: will Owen (Chris Pratt) save the dinosaurs?