This is the scene where Masrani speaks with Dr. Wu about the Indominus Rex in Tino Tonitini Goes to Jurassic World.
(Cut to the research lab)
Dr. Wu: You know that I'm not at liberty to reveal the asset's genetic makeup.Modified animals are known to be unpredictable.
Marsani: It's killed people, Henry.
Dr. Wu: That's unfortunate.
Marsani: What purpose could we have for a dinosaur that can camouflage?
Dr. Wu: Cuttlefish genes were added to help her withstand an accelerated growth rate. Cuttlefish have chromatophores that allow the skin to change color.
Marsani: It hid from thermal technology.
Dr. Wu: Really?
Marsani: How is that possible?
Dr. Wu: We used strands from their DNA to adapt her to a tropical climate. But I never imagined--
Marsani: Who authorized you to do this?
Dr. Wu: You did. "Bigger." "Scarier." "Cooler" I believe is the word that you used in your memo. You cannot have an animal with exaggerated predator features... without the corresponding behavioral traits.
Masrani: What you're doing here... What you have done... The Board will shut down this park, seize your work, everything you've built. And Hammond won't be there to protect you this time.
Dr. Wu: All of this exists because of me. If I don't innovate, somebody else will.
Marsani: You are to cease all activities here immediately.
Dr. Wu: You are acting like we are engaged in some kind of mad science. But we are doing what we have done from the beginning. Nothing in Jurassic World is natural. We have always filled gaps in the genome with the DNA of other animals. And, if their genetic code was pure, many of them would look quite different. But you didn't ask for reality. You asked for more teeth.
Marsani: I NEVER ASKED FOR A MONSTER!
Dr. Wu: "Monster" is a relative term. To a canary, a cat is a monster. We're just used to being the cat.