With plenty of activity this year and for years to come, Alex, Ryan and Jack discuss their take on Fallen Kingdom, and discuss the possible story paths that Jurassic World 3 may take. We recount our time there and share some stories from the whole trip. Make sure you stayed tuned for the roach story and chlorine poisioning story.
John Arnold is the chain-smoking chief engineer at Jurassic Park. He is very experienced, and helped to build Disney World, in Orlando. He disagrees with Malcolm regarding chaos theory. Tina is bitten by a lizard.
Bobbie Carter is the American doctor in Costa Rica who treats the man who is mauled by a dinosaur at the beginning of the novel. Lewis Dodgson is head of product development at the Biosyn Corporation. He is known as the most aggressive geneticist of his generation.
He is unethical in his research, and his work at Biosyn involves industrial espionage. Donald Gennaro is the lawyer who represents the Hammond Foundation.
He is a former investment banker who helped Hammond raise the money to start the InGen corporation. Alan Grant is a forty-year-old professor of paleontology at the University of Denver, one of the foremost researchers in his field.
He is also a consultant to the Hammond Foundation. Grant is the main character in the novel. He takes care of the children after they are all attacked by the tyrannosaur, and gets them safely through all the obstacles and scary moments they face.
With his knowledge of dinosaurs he is able to fill in crucial pieces of information. It is Guitierrez who sends the remains of a dead lizard similar to the one that bit Tina to Columbia University for identification. John Hammond is the founder of the Hammond Foundation.
He is in his mid- to late-seventies. He is a flamboyant man, a born showman, who is so full of his vision for a dinosaur theme park that he refuses to face the fact that there are problems with it. He is eventually a victim of his own creation, when he is killed by scavengers called procompsognathids, known as compys.
Harding is the veterinarian at Jurassic Park. She believes that the drawing Tina Bowman made of the creature that attacked her is of a dinosaur. Ian Malcolm is a mathematician at the University of Texas in Austin. He is thirty-five, thin and balding, and he dresses entirely in black or gray.
He is an expert in chaos theory and believes all along that the park will end in disaster. He dies after being attacked by a tyrannosaur.
He is investigating the Hammond Foundation and visits Grant in Montana to unearth information. Robert Muldoon is the fifty-year-old park game warden. He spend most of his life as a guide for African big-game hunters, but over the last ten years he has worked for conservation groups and zoo designers ad a wildlife consultant.
He is more aware than the others of the dangers posed by the dinosaurs.Fan-based website featuring Kenner/Hasbro Jurassic Park toys and action figures. Tim is an expert on dinosaurs.
When the dinosaurs at Jurassic Park start attacking the park's guests, the perspective often shifts Tim to heighten the tension. Tim is noticeably more mature than his sister, making him the more reliable narrator of what happens to the children.
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