Here is how the Raptor Eggs and the laboratory were discovered in Genesis Park III.
Later, The search party for Melody begins when Nyx spotted something.
Nyx: Uh, guys. Look.
Emerald: I don't believe it!
Dusty Crophopper: No way.
There are a lot of eggs in a few nests of the Velociraptor.
Princess Yuna: Raptor. There could be a pack of any type of raptors, Let's go.
Human Rarity secretly stole a few raptor eggs and puts them in her hand bag.
Human Rarity: There.
Emerald: Come on, Rarity!
Princess Yuna: Look! An old laboratory? Twilight, What do you make of it?
Human Twilight Sparkle: It seems to be abandoned for decades.
Soon, The group goes inside the lab.
Armor Bride: Look!
The foals discovered some old jeeps, tour vans, pickup trucks and rescue vans.
Armor Bride: Those are Jurassic Park Jeep.
Princess Skyla: What are they doing here?
Princess Yuna: They must have moved them here.
The foals saw some Jurassic Park Tour Vehicles, it was painted green, yellow and red.
Princess Yuna: Amazing!
Later, Sir Ector and Sir Kay found something.
Sir Ector: Look at those!
Sir Kay: Those are embryo safe.
Thunder Spectrum: (taking pictures of the embryos)
Human Trixie took a look at the embryo safe one by one. Then stopped at the Velocirptor.
Human Trixie: (blowing raspberry)
Velociraptor: (blink it's eye)
Human Trixie: What the...?
Human Rarity: (screams)
Princess Yuna: It's a real raptor!
The Velociraptor chased them around the lab, Then all over the cages.
Human Flash Sentry: It's locked!
Human Apple Bloom: Here's another one! (opens the other one)
Velociraptor: (screech trying to tear them to peaces)
Princess Yuna: (force the door to trap it)
Velociraptor: (screeching for help)
Princess Yuna: My word!
Human Twilight Sparkle: What is it?
Princess Yuna: It's calling for help.
Human Twilight Sparkle: Let's get out of here!
Velociraptor: (climbs up the door to escape)
Yuna and the others ran out of the lab and into the jungle again.
Velociraptor: (calling the other raptors)
The Velociraptors begins the chase, The group ran into the herds of dinosaurs and other prehistoric herbivores.