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    Wild Dinosaurs?

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    CompsognathusMember0 XPNov-21-2014 5:33 PM

    ALOHA...

     

    No, Wait...

     

    Hello.

     

    There we go.

     

     

    Anyways,

     

    While exploring the Masrani site, I uncovered a little Ingen Nugget...

     

    "Simon Masrani used subsidaries Axis Boulder Engineering and Timack Construction to work on the preparation and planning prior to construction on the island. Construction workers were protected from native wildlife by InGen security over the course of the three years from 2002 until completion in 2004. With over $1.2 billion alone spent in concrete and building materials, this project was never underestimated."

     

    Native Wildlife?

     

    As far as it's known, Isla nublar had a Substancial Bird Population *With the only Evidence being Michael Crichtons JP*.

     

    Most of these Species would be pretty harmless...

     

    It also States somewhere that Dr.Wu Returned to the Island to "Clean up"

     

    ***RED FLAG CANNON FAILURE: Whoa whoa whoa whoa... Didn't it say in the JPTLW Outtake with the Ingen Executives deciding to Remove hammond from power and Use Site B, That they had to cut the losses of Site A? Meaning that they just kinda left it there... 

     

    "After the unfortunate incident at Jurassic Park, Dr. Henry Wu returned to Isla Nublar in November of 1994 to assist the clean up teams in cataloging specimen numbers, and to identify exactly how the animals were breeding. Despite the island’s presence of seemingly same sex animals, it was the inclusion of amphibian DNA which he himself had underestimated. Dr. Wu noted that the inclusion of DNA sequences from several species of amphibians including the Common Reed Frog (Hyperolius viridiflavus) adapted extremely well to the cloned DNA of the dinosauria - eventually enabling the animals to change their sex through a chemical trigger which disintegrated the female organs to create male sex organs.

     

    This event intrigued Dr. Wu and inspired him to write the book ‘The Next Step: An Evolution of God’s Concepts’ in 1995. Within its pages he included a theory claiming that, with the right tools and research, he could bring brand new species into fruition by the combination of various species. “Much like selective breeding within domestic animals,” he writes, “but with this, we would be combining several species into one new animal. Today's technological limitation means we are decades away from achieving this, maybe even fifty years away, but who knows, hopefully in my life time we could see it become a reality.”

     

    By May of 1997 Dr. Wu and his research team at a financially struggling InGen had successfully combined several species of plant life together giving birth to the Karacosis wutansis (or Wu Flower) which gained world-wide media attention, including the attention of Simon Masrani - who incidentally acquired InGen the following year. The son of a close friend of the now late John Hammond, Simon Masrani promoted Dr. Wu within the ranks of the InGen company in December of 2000 and brought the scientist onto the Jurassic World project. Dr. Henry Wu was instantly looked at as a valued member of the Masrani company, proving his unique skill not only as a successful scientist, but a great visionary."

     

    Ah huh...

     

    So, They did just Catalouge the Left over animals on Site A, But... Why did Ingen count this as a Loss then? And... Why did they decide to use Site B?

     

    I mean... Obviously, not much could've happened to the Island over the Year of human absense.

     

    Most of the lab equipment would've been fine, Due to the Power Circuit still running when Grant left the island, And the locked doors. 

     

    The Dino Embryos would've been a loss, I'd guess around 24 million dollars for both Embryo towers. 

     

    The fences would've been lost, But salvagable. 

     

    Many dinosaurs would've died...

     

    So...

     

    Lack of Cannon connection there...

     

    But, it would appear at least until they got Jurassic World up and running, There was some Wild Dinos that Required a Heavy Security force to handle. *With their Possible Irradication later on after the Park was ready to be Launched* 

     

     

     

    Life cannot be contained, it breaks walls, crashes through barriers sometimes painfully, but uh... Life uh, finds a way

    5 Responses to Wild Dinosaurs?

    Gojira2K

    CompsognathusMember0 XPNov-21-2014 6:16 PM

    I think the reason they used Isla Nublar is that most of the construction was already completed. All they had to do was renovate it and add what they wanted to.

    "There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self." - Ernest Hemingway.

    dinoboy22

    CompsognathusMember0 XPNov-21-2014 6:38 PM

    well its a out take so i dont think it actually counts

    Jhawkins1987

    CompsognathusMember1 XPNov-22-2014 1:43 AM

    Either way though , glad u posted it on here because it meant i disnt have to go back on the site to check just to add to the discussion :) so well done 

     

    see ur point a little ! But i agree with DINOBOY22 it was a cut scene so it takes it out of canon. Technically that scene napalms the island so be thankful. Cos we wouldnt even have a jurassic world if they left it in! It was like spielberg knew one day #theparkisopen :)

    JPCerato

    CompsognathusMember30 XPNov-22-2014 2:41 AM

    Nice and interesting post! I enjoy reading posts like this. Can't wait for the film, quite a lot will be answered...

    Sci-Fi King25

    AllosaurusMember4297 XPNov-22-2014 6:45 AM

    The movie (hopefully) will answer these questions and more!

    “Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

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