Netflix Accidentally Classifies Jurassic Park as Nature Documentary (and Sets New Single-Day Viewing Record)

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You know how the old saying goes: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” While you certainly shouldn’t feel like a fool, you should know one thing: you’ve been tricked (for a good cause)!

In the spirit of April Fools’ Day, we here at GreaterGood have playfully transformed our Click-to-Give program into a “Trick-to-Give” program. To do so, several “imposter” articles will continue to be shared throughout the day, the links of which have led you right here. The best part is that more shares will protect more land for jaguars.

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Netflix Accidentally Classifies Jurassic Park as Nature Documentary and Sets New Single Day Viewing Record

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