This is how Dr. Malcom, Sarah, Tino and the other heroes finds out that InGen is capturing the dinosaurs in Tino Tonitini and The Lost World: Jurassic Park.

Tino Tonitini: Look!

Sunset Shimmer: What is it?

Tino Tonitini: It's InGen.

Runo Misaki: What are they doing here?

Zoe Drake: They're about to capture the dinosaurs.

Sci-Twi: This is not good.

Sakura Avalon: That's awful!

(The InGen are in they're vehicles racing)

Peter Ludlow: This is as good a place as any for base camp. That's first priority after we're finished. I want it up and running in 30 minutes. That's half an hour. Understood? Over.

Roland Tembo: Cancel that order!

Peter Ludlow: What? Why?

Roland Tembo: This is a game trail, Mr. Ludlow. Carnivores hunt on game trails. Do you want set up base camp or a buffet?!

Peter Ludlow: Let's find new spot shall we? Over and out!

Roland Tembo: Peter, if I run your little camping trip, there are two conditions. First, I'm in charge. If I'm not around, Dieter is. All you need to do is sign the checl, tell us we're doing a good job, and open your case, serve us Scotch after a good day. Second, my fee. You can keep it. All I want an exchange for my services, is the right to hunt a Tyrannosaurus. A male. A buck only. How and why are my business. If you don't like those conditions, you're on your own. So go ahead, set up base camp here, in a swamp, or in the middle of a Rex nest. I've had too many safaris with rich dentists to listen to any more suicidal ideas. Okay?

Peter Ludlow: Okay.


Roland Tembo: Cycle, break off the stray from the herd and flush him to the right. Snaggers, stay ready. He's bringing them out to you. It'll be a... Pachy.... Pachya.... Oh, hell. The fat head with the bald spot.


Dr. Robert Burke: Pachycephalosaurus.

Soldier: Carnivore?

Dr. Robert Burke: No, herbivore, late Cretaceous. See the distinctive domed skull? Nine inches of solid bone. Now, careful. A pachy's neck attaches at the bottom of its skull, not at the back of its head. When it lowers its head, its neck lines up with its backbone... which is perfect for absorbing impact.