Our favourite bear brothers Briar, Bramble and their human friend Vick embark on an adventure to the Wild Land, where humans are being transformed into animals with gene-altering bracelets. To add to the adventure, the Wild Land is hosting a competition with a million-dollar prize. When Vick and Bramble decide to enter, they astonishingly win the tournament. Yet soon after, they discover that the hybrid guests are going feral and attacking others…
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