This is the scene where the Baby T-Rex's parents arrives in Tino Tonitini and The Lost World: Jurassic Park.

(Dr. Malcom runs through the trees, as Sara, and the others help the baby T-Rex)

Sara: Get the amoxicillin and fill a syringe. Quick injection of antibiotics and he's out of here.

(Malcom makes it to the trailer and gets in)

Malcom: For once in your life, would it kill you to pick it up? Help me get it out of here.

Rex Owen: Wait! Hold on!

Sara: No, we just set its leg.

(Suddenly they see one of the vehicles gets rolled over and fell into the cliff)

Malcom: Mommy's very angry.

(They look outside of the window, then suddenly an adult T-Rex showed up and roars)

Max Taylor: Whoa! A T-Rex!

(Then another T-Rex came)

Tino Tonitini: Another one!

Sakura Avalon: What are they're doing!?

(Two Tyrannosaurus begins to look at their baby, one of them was the male roars as Sara, Zoe Drake, Laura, Dan, Runo, Marucho and Julie scream in fear and nuzzle the trailer)

Ursula (Dinosaur King): AAAAH!!! Hold me!

(The Baby tries to speak but the belt still shut it's mouth)

Zander: What are there doing here?!

Sara: This isn't hunting behaviour, Ian. They're searching. They came for their infant.

Lola: What do we do now?

Malcom: Let's not disappoint them.

Max Taylor: I guess we have to return the baby back to it's parents.

Li Showron: Good point, Max.

Sara: Let me get his head, okay? Careful. Be careful. I got him.

Nick Van Owen: Muzzle off.

(Nick takes off his belt as the Baby T-Rex roars in crying making it's parents follow them as they open the door they return the Baby T-Rex back to it's parents and closes the door)

Ian: Yes, Eddie?

Eddie: They're going back to the jungle.

Ian: I know. I see. How's Kelly?

Eddie: She's fine. She's right here.


- Kelly, are you okay?

- Yeah, I'm good.

Stay there. Don't move.

I'll be right back up. Understand?

Yeah, I understand.

I beg people to listen to me.

I use plain, simple English.

Shut up.

That should make an interesting chapter

in your book.

The debate over the parental instincts

of the T. Rex is now academic.