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CLIP: Meet the Gluphosaurs in Season 2 of “Dinotrux”


DreamWorks Animation Television and Netflix have provided Toonzone with an exclusive clip from season 2 of Dinotrux, set to premiere on Friday, March 11, 2016, on Netflix. The new clip introduces the newest Dinotrux species the gluphosaurs: “Lightning fast and fiercely protective of their treasured green ore, gluphosaurs will spit sticky glue at any Trux who dares get too close!”

The Dinotrux find themselves stuck in a sticky situation, and it’s Revvit’s turn to step up and save the day! Watch all your favorite Dinotrux in an all-new season on Netflix March 11 from DreamWorks Animation.

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! DreamWorks Animation’s DINOTRUX Season 2 premieres March 11, 2016, only on Netflix.

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