Regular zoos with elephants and lions have giant trenches and fences to keep the animals in. Jurassic zoos with giant predators need no such precautions. After all, what are the odds that the fences would ever shut off? (0) Comments
When you've created an island full of the world's most deadly creatures, never destroy the island with bombs or napalm or anything. Instead, just fly away and let it work itself out. It's better for the sequel that way. (2) Comments
When designing the roads for your resort theme park island, make sure there is at least one high voltage gate between your visitor's center and the dock. Otherwise, all the people might escape. (0) Comments
A T-Rex has an odd gait: as long as it is out of sight it only places a foot on the ground every few seconds or so, thus making your jello wobble. I guess it holds the other one in the air in the mean time. They run like heck when visible, though. (0) Comments
There's a deleted board room scene from The Lost World in which it is revealed that the family members of those who were killed on Isla Nublar are suing InGen and that InGen's stock is dropping. The executives then vote to remove Hammond from the office of CEO.
The first and foremost thing on Hammond's mind when developing dangerous, unpredictable dinosaurs is to show them to kids with minimal security systems in place, and the first ones to test them are his own grandchildren. Spared no expense. (0) Comments
According to the book, Hammond didn't want his expensive attractions to be harmed and resisted having any weapons on the island. When Muldoon threatened to quit and expose InGen's lack of concern for safety to the press, InGen allowed for two laser-guided missile launchers to be kept in a locked room for which only Muldoon had keys.
If you build a big-ass zoo, with the sole purpose to show big-ass ancient creatures which you can genetically built in masses, make a real animal-friendly living environment for them with all kinds of trees, instead of just making a huge field where you can see them. (0) Comments
If you're at a dangerous fight involving hungry angry beasts (especially if one of them has lost a pack member) it's a good idea to just stay and watch. Don't leave too soon. You won't see her chuck that bitch a skeleton! (0) Comments
When rich people something was acquired "spared no expense" expect tem to hav really skimped out on some practical things, like signs that are durable and can't be easily adjusted by hand, or locks on doors and a visitor's facility that can prevent dangerous predators from easily going inside undetected. (0) Comments