Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler were among many people paleontologists that
were funded by a wealthy man by the name of John Hammond. The two of them
were visited by a man named Morris who was very interested in Hammond.
Apparently he had leased an island of the west of Costa Rica. He had some
big development going on for the past ten years. He also had been buying large
quantities of Amber which seemed useless due to it's low value. And Morris,
from the government, was very suspicious. Shortly after this visit the two
diggers were called by this man called Hammond. He wanted the two of them to
him on his island. It was some type of biological preserve that would change
world in science and Hammond needed all the opinions he could get on if it
safe. He called it, Jurassic Park.
Meanwhile there was a young man by the name of Dodgson who worked with
a rival company of John Hammond. He knew Hammond was on to something big
having to do with dinosaurs. He met up with one of Hammond's employee's named
Nedry who was the design of there park's computer system. Dodgson knew that
they're company was some how recreating dinosaurs by making embryos. There was
just one problem, they're company was ten years behind and would never catch
Nedry ended up taking the million dollar offer from Dodgson for the embryo's
would change there whole company and update them on ten years of research.
When Sattler and Grant arrived at the island they met up with other
acquaintances of Hammond. There was the famous mathematician, Ian Malcolm.
The big and rather rude man, Dennis Nedry. The intelligent scientist that was
behind the whole park, Henry Wu. And the lawyer, Ed Regis. Soon later the
the visitors arrived. It was Hammond's grandchildren. And then, it was ready
the tour to begin.
The tour consisted of six people. Hammond's grandchildren, Lex and... [continues]
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