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    Dawn of Extinction Jurassic Park 4 {Part 2}
    By Aragorn

    EXT. CONGO JUNGLE – DAY

    A helicopter zips through the air like a bee, passing each tree below it. The sound of its twisting blades is beating in our ears as it keeps flying.

    INT. HELICOPTER – DAY

    Lex, Thorne, Troy, Grant, and Ed Regis are in their seats looking out of the windows. Suddenly Lex stares at Ed Regis cautiously from head to toe.


    LEX
    So…what exactly are you here for?

    REGIS
    I interpret most African languages.

    GRANT
    Which is good, cause if we get caught, we’ll need someone like that. We’re here illegally. We didn’t have enough time to get Visas.

    TROY
    (motioning to Lex and Thorne) So how did you two end up meeting?

    LEX
    Well, when Richard worked for Dr. Grant, Dr. Grant introduced us and we started hanging out a little. He introduced me to Thorne one day and we were going out within a few days. I think Richard was a bit jealous cause he liked me, but I just didn’t have any feelings for him.

    GRANT
    And a good thing too. That man has no common sense. And speaking of common sense, I’m glad to see that Timothy didn’t want to come.

    LEX
    He’s busy with Collage.

    Grant
    He’s going to be coming to work for me as an intern next Year, isn’t he?

    LEX
    (nodding) He thinks I’m crazy for coming along.

    REGIS
    I looked into dinosaurs when I was younger, but I just don’t get what’s so great about them. Some were monsters and some were gentle giants…not much to be fascinated with; we’ve got animals like that now.

    GRANT
    What’s amazing is that they’ve been dead for millions of years, and we know next to nothing about them on the grand scale.

    LEX
    And that’s why my grandfather made his theme park.

    GRANT
    Except those weren’t proper dinosaurs. They were genetically altered to be better eye candy and to make him more money. The situation got out of control.

    THORNE
    I find that if a situation goes bad, it stays bad.


    REGIS
    I don’t agree with that. There can always be something good that goes on during a bad situation.

    THORNE
    But it doesn’t solve anything, does it? Because of John Hammond’s Jurassic Park, many incidents regarding his creations have happened, and that in turn, has partly led Richard to believe they’re still around. Because of Jurassic Park going out of control, we’re in this mess. Nothing good in the last ten years have fixed that.

    REGIS
    I guess not.

    The pilot’s voice enters their ears.

    PILOT
    (V.O.)
    We’re coming up on the drop point. You’re vehicles are already down there, waiting for you. I’ll be back to pick you up there in three days, as per our arrangement.

    EXT. HELICOPTER – DAY

    The helicopter starts to descend a little. From outside the window, we can see everybody hold on to their armrests. Grant uses his other hand to hold his hat on his head at the same time Regis does the same to his Baseball cap.

    EXT. CONGO – DAY

    The jungle is deep and lush, like a mass of very shiny green leaves covering everything in sight. There is only a little patch of mud where the vehicles are parked and a boarded-up house right next to it.

    The door of the chopper, which is still in the air, slides over and cables fall to the ground. Each person has a pack on and they have the cable wrapped around their hips. With a clip in hand, they each slide down the rope and into the unknown.

    EXT. CONGO - CAMP - DAY

    In a clearing, the group have set up a camp with tents and coolers. Troy takes out some food from the back of one of the Aztek jeeps and quickly shuts the back door. Grant has a map laid out over the hood of the same jeep.

    GRANT
    According to the map, the Cord Central is not too far from here. Once we get there, we can find some villagers to talk to. Maybe they have a clue where this ‘Largitga Agresivo’ is.

    THORNE
    We can take this path.

    Thorne traces a path with his finger.

    THORNE
    It seems to deviate from the main trail, but it’s a lot faster.

    GRANT
    Good, I want to get there and find Richard as soon as possible. Then I want to get the hell out of here.

    REGIS
    How about those walkie-talkies? Did you test them out yet?

    THORNE
    100-mile radius. I say we got a run for our money on that.

    Troy takes out his camera.

    TROY
    I’ll be ready to record anything.

    GRANT
    Which will be nothing. The only reason you came on this trip is because Richard had already signed you on.

    TROY
    You never know what we might find.

    GRANT
    You’re a complete waste of time and space on this trip. This isn’t the little adventure you signed on for. This is a trip to forcefully drag Richard back to the States.

    TROY
    Mr. Thorne, I thought you said I’d feel comfortable on this trip?

    THORNE
    Hop in and sit down in that car.

    Troy walks to one of the Azteks and opens the door. He sits in it quietly.

    THORNE
    Comfortable?

    TROY
    Kind of, yeah.

    THORNE
    Well, there you go.

    Troy sticks up his middle finger and lays back down in the seat. Something isn’t right though.
    There is a sound behind the seat that catches his attention. He turns around and looks back seeing only boxes of food, supplies, and a blanket. But there is something under that blanket. He moves out of the car and goes to the back of the car and opens it. He pulls the covers off and reveals a surprised David.

    EXT. CAMP – DAY - MOMENTS LATER

    Thorne pounds his fist of the hood of the car.

    THORNE
    What did I say? You were not to go on this trip. Did I not specifically say
    that?

    DAVID
    Yeah, kinda.

    THORNE
    Yeah, kinda?

    DAVID
    You’re not my father, Jack.

    THORNE
    That’s right, but I am your responsible older brother.

    Lex stands off to the side, watching the argument.

    LEX
    Jack, calm down.

    THORNE
    I will not calm…

    LEX
    (cutting him off) Come on David, we’ll play some cards or something.

    They both leave to go into a tent. Thorne sighs.

    GRANT
    Well this is just great.

    TROY
    If you’re not expecting anything to happen, then what’s the problem?

    GRANT
    Incase something does happen!

    TROY
    Well there’s nothing we can do about it now, so no point in being upset over it.

    THORNE
    I say we blame Richard.

    INT. TENT – DAY

    Lex plays a Queen of Hearts while David sits, tense. He finally decides to play the next card.
    It’s an Ace.

    DAVID
    Yes!

    LEX
    Great game of War. Want to play another?

    DAVID
    Alright.

    Lex shuffles the cards in her hands.

    LEX
    Dave, I’ve been meaning to talk to you about Jack. He really does love you.

    DAVID
    I know that. He just doesn’t do anything with me anymore. I remember when we were kids, he used to do a lot of fun stuff with me. And he was even in college then and busy with his college life. Now it’s just…

    LEX
    The workshop?

    DAVID
    Yeah.

    LEX
    That’s a part of being an adult. He has a lot to do to keep the business from plummeting. My dad was the same way. He told me, “Honey, I’ll try my best.” Every time I saw him after the divorce, he hardly even played attention to me. I confronted him about it one day and he hadn’t realized how caught up in his work he had caught and immediately started making time for me. So what do you say…give him another chance?

    David looks skeptical but he gives in. He smiles.

    DAVID
    Ok.


    EXT. CAMP – DAY

    Lex and David walk out of the tent. He’s a little nervous, seeing as how moments ago, Thorne had been really upset. As David goes to get some water from the supply box, Thorne eyes him.

    GRANT
    The natives should know about this secret location.

    TROY
    What the hell is it called again?

    GRANT
    Lagartiga Agresivo.

    TROY
    When do we get going?

    THORNE
    (smiling) Oh, we’re already gone!

    EXT. CONGO – DAY

    The camera pans above the Congo jungle and we see three people walking, one while pushing a motorcycle.


    EXT. CONGO – DAY - DIFFERENT SHOT

    Grant is walking on a narrow dirt trail. He looks around; he has a monitor in his hand and it shows life form indications (Blue dots). He’s with Troy and Thone andThorne has his motorcycle standing beside him, rolling it along, while Troy has his video camera playing.

    THORNE
    Man, you’ve got be full of shit to believe you can find him with that.

    GRANT
    Better than nothing at all. We should be getting close, according to those Natives we passed awhile ago.

    THORNE
    Regis should have continued on with us.

    GRANT
    We needed someone to stay and watch over Lex and your brother, and as useless as Troy is, Regis volunteered.

    THORNE
    Jungle’s getting more lush every step we take.

    TROY
    Right type of environment for a bunch of prehistoric animals.

    Grant shoots him a dirty look, but then looks back ahead again. Something on the right side of Troy makes him jump up. Something small and green zips from the foliage and bushes, then sprints off into another patch of bushes. Grant shoots his head back.

    GRANT
    What happened?

    TROY
    Something brushed up against my shoe and ran off.

    THORNE
    What? Like a chicken?

    GRANT
    In the jungle? I don’t think so.

    TROY
    It was green, but that’s really all I saw.

    GRANT
    I think Richard’s theory is getting to you.

    TROY
    No, I swear. I know what I saw.

    Thorne looks at the monitor that’s in Grant’s hand.

    THORNE
    What the hell?

    Grant looks at it again. There are a dozen little blue dots swarming around them.

    TROY
    Is that just my imagination too?

    GRANT
    Could be anything…wild rats maybe.

    The group pushes forward, until Troy spots a long tail flicker out from the brush. He runs to it with his camcorder bouncing up and down from his neck.

    TROY
    Through here! Quickly!

    They follow close behind, and Troy finally comes to a complete stop. His camcorder drops to the ground as the strap brakes.

    TROY
    Ah shit.

    He reaches down to get it when suddnly a reddish brown foot presses down into the ground right beside his camcorder. It is shaped rectangular, with big claws. Troy looks up at a 7 foot tall
    IGUANODON. It honks at him to step away and he does, almost immediately, forgetting his camcorder.

    Grant and Thorne stand nearby, amazed. Troy jumps up and down joyously. More Iguanodons come out of the foliage.

    TROY
    (in awe) Dinosaurs…

    A couple of juvenile BRACHIOSAURS enter the fray, extending their necks forward, looking at the humans.

    TROY
    Brachiosaurs!

    Troy points at them and starts counting them all.

    TROY
    (excited) Total of Nine dinosaurs in all!

    GRANT
    Our total will be down if we don’t get out of here quickly.

    THORNE
    These things are… dinosaurs....

    GRANT
    I know. And I’d like to know how they got here, and what else Hammond has kept secret.

    THORNE
    How is this possible? Surly they would have been discovered by now.

    GRANT
    In this area, the jungle is thick. You could walk three feet from a big creature and not know its there. You can fly above and not see through the tops of the trees.

    Troy grabs up his camcorder and starts filming the animals. A beep suddenly sounds from the monitor and Grant looks down at it.

    GRANT
    It’s human. Right next to two big dots. According to this, the size it’s saying they are, matches the size of a very dangerous predator.

    THORNE
    How far?

    GRANT
    More than 500 yards away to the south.

    Grant points in a direction. Thorne nods and pushes his motorcycle quietly through the jungle in the direction Grant pointed.

    EXT. REX NEST – DAY

    Thorne pushes away the long grass surrounding a TYRANNOSAURUS REX nest; he sees a dirtied Richard Levine with a notebook in hand, laying on the ground, watching the two adult Rexes take care of their infants. We can’t see the animals, but we can hear the noises.

    Thorne cocks an eyebrow as he sits on the motorcycle.

    LEVINE’S P.O.V:

    Levine looks up after writing a couple of notes and sees a Tyrannosaur looking straight at him. He stands slowly, firmly, and still, watching the Rex move her head slowly from side to side.

    Suddenly from the long grass, the motorcycle roars out and comes to a stop right beside Levine. The Tyrannosaur roars in agitation. Levine looks up, seeing Thorne.

    THORNE
    Get the hell on!

    Levine has no choice and jumps on the back of the bike. The Tyrannosaur roars again. After the motorcycle drives off, the enormous creature rears back and runs towards it at full speed, letting out a billowing roar.

    EXT. CONGO - DAY

    In the jungle, Thorne dodges broken limbs and fallen trees, while also avoiding the Tyrannosaur right behind them. On the back, Levine looks from behind his shoulder and sees the Tyrannosaur snap its jaws five inches from his face. Levine turns his head back around in fear.

    Seconds later, the Rex stops and bellows, turning back to the nest. Thorne sees that everything is clear and immediately slows the motorcycle to a stop. Levine jumps off instantly.

    LEVINE
    What the hell was that?

    THORNE
    I thought you knew your dinosaurs.

    LEVINE
    No, I mean why did you do that?

    THORNE
    I was saving your ass.

    LEVINE
    Since when did I need saving?

    THORNE
    Why the hell do you think we’re here? To get some ice cream?

    LEVINE
    I don’t remember ever asking you to come. I’m fine without you.

    THORNE
    Are you shitting me?


    As they continue to argue, Grant runs to them from up ahead.

    GRANT
    What’s going on? I heard the roars.

    LEVINE
    Your crew. Why are they here?

    GRANT
    Not mine, Richard. Yours. We thought you were in trouble.

    LEVINE
    I can take care of myself.

    GRANT
    Sure you can.

    Grant points at his dirtied and bloodied cloths.

    LEVINE
    I was doing fine until you guys showed up and ruined my studies.

    GRANT
    Richard, your studies were ruined the minute you started them.

    LEVINE
    What do you mean?

    GRANT
    These are InGen dinosaurs. Monsters. Far From the real deal.

    Levine shakes his head.

    LEVINE
    It’s still better then nothing. Better then looking at rocks and taking guesses.

    GRANT
    Not at all. These monters were engineered the way InGen wanted, not the way they really should have been.

    LEVINE
    How about you guys just get out of here before you cause more trouble,
    and I’ll be out of here in a couple of weeks.

    GRANT
    In a body bag.

    LEVINE
    I appreciate your concern, Alan, but...

    GRANT
    (cutting him off) Obviously you don’t.

    THORNE
    You’re coming with us whether you like it or not, Richard.

    LEVINE
    I can’t. I’ve found out a lot of stuff…

    GRANT
    Richard…

    LEVINE
    …About the Raptors…I know why they take the babies and…

    GRANT
    What? Why?

    Levine just stands there.

    LEVINE
    You really want me to show you?

    GRANT
    No, I want you to tell me.

    LEVINE
    No, no, it’s ok, it’s… (checks his watch) 1:34, they’re out for lunch.

    GRANT
    (giving in) Fine Richard, but make it quick. In and out.

    Thorne jumps in the way.

    THORNE
    Raptors? Are they carnivores?

    GRANT
    The worst kind.

    EXT. CAMP – DAY

    Lex and Regis are sitting on two fold-out chairs when the walkie-talkie clicks.

    GRANT
    (V.O.)
    We found Richard, I repeat, we found Richard. Over.

    Regis picks up the walkie-talkie.

    REGIS
    We copy that. Over. Anything else?

    GRANT
    (V.O.)
    Yes. There are dinosaurs here. Richard was right. Over.

    REGIS
    Are you joking?

    GRANT
    (V.O.)
    I wish I were. Wait for further contact. We’re heading over to check out a nest. Over and out.

    Lex sits, listening. Her eyes are wide with fear.

    REGIS
    I’ll believe it when I see it.

    EXT. RAPTOR TERRITORY – DAY

    Grant, Levine, and Thorne walk up a steep hill to a log laying on the ground and carefully peek over. In front of them are colonies of round nests made of mud. Surrounding that are bones…hundreds of bloodied bones, some still with strips of flesh on them. Small infant skulls lay scattered around. They watch as a couple of juvenile Velociraptors, standing about two feet tall and three feet long, fight over a piece of meat, pulling their pieces towards them.

    GRANT
    This explains a lot.

    LEVINE
    Yes, they take the babies cause they are lighter and easier for the young ones to practice on.

    GRANT
    The dinosaurs are invading our territories now.

    LEVINE
    That’s right.

    GRANT
    Which suggests they came not too long ago, otherwise they would have
    been spotted sooner.

    THORNE
    But from where? InGen went bankrupt years ago, and those two islands have been destroyed.

    GRANT
    John Hammond’s been on his deathbed for years. He can hardly talk. We won’t get any answers out of him even if we tried. What else is there that were missing here?

    Levine looks up over at Grant.

    LEVINE
    BioSyn Corp.

    EXT. OUTSIDE LEVINE’S TREE HOUSE – DAY

    The three men walk up to a gigantic tree; old and rotting. They find a large observation tree house. Like the tree, it’s old as well, but maybe by only a few years.

    THORNE
    When did you have time to build a tree house?

    LEVINE
    I didn’t. It was something left behind here.

    GRANT
    (growling) By BioSyn.

    LEVINE
    Among other things.

    TROY
    What’s BioSyn?

    GRANT
    A rival company that InGen competed with in the Genetics race. Hammond mentioned to me once that he feared that some of his employees had been spies for BioSyn.

    LEVINE
    Let me show you around.

    INT. TREE HOUSE – DAY

    Levine, Grant, and Thorne climb up into the Tree House. Grant and Thorne both sit down in two wooden chairs.

    LEVINE
    From what I’ve gathered, when InGen went bankrupt back in ’97, BioSyn immediately went to some of InGen’s old facilities and stole millions of dollars worth of dinosaur embryos and research. They secretly bred them here, where no one dared venture except superstitious Natives that no one would believe anyway.

    GRANT
    Makes sense.

    LEVINE
    But before they could get started on their own park, there was some kind of accident and all the creatures escaped. I’ve also found out that back in ’93 they hired an inside man to still embryos from the Isla Nublar facility. A man named Dennis Nedry.

    GRANT
    (To himself) That’s why the son of a bitch turned off the power.

    LEVINE
    Reports say he never made it to the dock though. Something must have happened to him on the island. It seems BioSyn has had just as much bad luck as InGen.

    GRANT
    How do you know all this?

    LEVINE
    I have an old BioSyn computer in my apartment. It seems they
    forgot to wipe some of their computers before selling them. According to the computer, there’s a facility here some place that just might still be operational.

    THORNE
    Where’s this facility?

    LEVINE
    I haven’t been able to locate it yet.

    GRANT
    You didn’t come here alone, did you?

    LEVINE
    Hell, no. I had a guide; an old friend and teacher named Diego. He got killed though. I don’t know by what though. It was quick. Came out of nowhere. I didn’t even see it, just that Diego got pulled into the jungle and I later found his body.

    Thorne starts looking around.

    THORNE
    Hey, where did Troy go? I don’t even remember seeing him come up here.

    Grant looks around and then goes to one of the windows.

    GRANT
    My God, that fool is more idiotic then I thought.

    EXT. LONG GRASS – DAY

    Troy positions his camera to the moving heard of Iguonadons. They are beautiful, gently gliding over the long grass. Then, they are startled suddenly and all retreat to the same area as they bunch together. Troy doesn’t have time to run after them. He steps back to watch all the herbivores disappear into the jungle.

    A hissing sound interrupts his thoughts and he turns back to find a stream up ahead. Something is crossing the stream, agile, and swift in movement.

    INT. TREE HOUSE – DAY

    Grant looks out the window and squints at the other animals entering the field of long grass.

    THORNE
    Uh, what are those?

    Grant squints harder, then sees what they are.

    GRANT
    Oh my God, We have to get him out of there!

    EXT. LONG GRASS – DAY

    Dark rain clouds are slowly forming in the sky as a breeze picks up. Troy hears soft screams coming from the trees and turns his head over to the direction and realizes his name is
    being called. Then something hisses right behind him and he makes a dash after it swipes at him, it’s claws tearing his camera from his neck. Troy runs in blinding grass; he doesn’t know where he’s heading and what will be waiting for him. He just keeps running, his heart pounding, full of fear. He meets up by another creature of the same structure. It’s a Raptor. It snarls and charges after him and he turns back around and speeds up faster.

    The Raptor leaps into the air, blocking the sun, it’s razor sharp killing claw on its middle toe protruding for immediate strike. But it falls to the ground with nothing to latch on to and keeps running after its prey. Troy’s visibly getting tired and he leaps to the side and out of sight from the dashing dinosaur. It runs into the direction he was going previously and doesn’t stop or change directions.

    Troy stops and catches his breath then jumps up to run in another direction, but doesn’t get anywhere as a Raptor jumps at him from within the tall grass and digs its toe claw into his hip and he goes dizzy, falling to the ground. The Raptor take’s its powerful jaws and latches onto Troy’s neck, snapping it in two.

    EXT. TREE HOUSE – DAY

    Grant, Levine, and Thorne watch in horror as even more Raptors come in to feast on Troy’s slashed up body.

    GRANT
    We need to get out of here before they find us.

    EXT. CAMP – DAY - CLOUDY

    Lex looks up from the fire, hearing engines. She places more twigs into the blazing area and walks over towards the sound. Thorne and Grant are on the motorcycle which is coming fast into camp. It stops at the edge and they both jump off.

    GRANT
    We found Richard.

    THORNE
    But Troy was killed. (Lex gasps and covers her mouth) Levine is going to pack his things and we’re getting the hell out of here.

    LEX
    (near tears) Oh my God, are you guys alright?

    THORNE
    We’re fine, honey. But Richard’s back up at his tree house and I’ll need to go back over there to pick him up once we’ve packed.

    GRANT
    (yelling) Mr. Regis! Satalite phone…Now!

    Regis runs out of a tent.

    REGIS
    We’re leaving? Why?

    GRANT
    Did you not hear me when I said that there were dinosaurs here?

    REGIS
    Is this some kind of joke?


    Grant’s about to say something when a loud honking noise cries out through the jungle. Regis turns his head to the direction of the noise, eyes going wide.

    REGIS
    Hell, that’s enough proof for me.

    He hurries off into the tent to retrieve the phone. Lex looks around.

    LEX
    Oh my God, where’s David?

    Thorne looks around as well.

    LEX
    He was right here with me a few minutes ago!

    THORNE
    David!

    A burst of laughter enters Thorne’s ears and he’s drawn over to its direction. Suddenly, out of the foliage comes David on top of a juvenile TRICERATOPS. It’s honking is the same noise they heard a few seconds earlier. Lex flinches when she sees it, and backs away slightly.

    THORNE
    What the hell?!

    DAVID
    Whoa, easy fella, easy.

    David pats the Triceratops on the back and it calms down, eating some of the greenery in front of it.

    THORNE
    Dave, get down from it, now!

    Regis walks out of the tent with a phone and sees the scene.

    REGIS
    Oh my God!

    He drops the phone to the ground as he turns and runs back into the tent.

    DAVID
    Come on, Jack…what’s it gonna do?

    THORNE
    Not it, but me. Get off of it now.

    David sighs and jumps off the Triceratops. Grant picks the phone up from the ground.

    GRANT
    We’ve got to get out of here. One death has already happened and
    there will be more if we don’t hurry up. Everybody pack up and into the jeeps.

    INT. JEEP – DAY – LATER

    The jeep still sits in teh clearing. The rain clouds are getting closer and there is a few small rain drops here and there on the windshield. Grant is in the driver seat and quickly draws down the window and hangs the phone in the air.

    GRANT
    No signal…just my luck.

    Regis opens the passenger door and gets into the passenger seat, shutting the door behind him.

    REGIS
    We’re probably far out into the jungle to get a clear signal.

    GRANT
    That would have been valuable information to know beforehand, Mr. Regis.

    Something catches them off guard. An oncoming STEGOSAURUS bumps right into the Aztek jepp, sending it spinning around. Grant and Regis hold on to the inside of the jeep.

    REGIS
    Woah!

    As the jeep comes to a stop, other Stegosaurs come into view. Grant watches as the second vehicle takes off up ahead, holding Thorne, Lex, and David.

    REGIS
    What do we do?

    Grant says nothing. He just starts the car and drives it towards the field. He has to drive slow however, because more then just Stegosaurs are now running around. A heard of GALLIMIMUS block their way as they dart here and there, also going in the same direction as the Stegos.

    GRANT
    They’re everywhere.

    Grant makes a quick turn to the right and out of the clearing. The second vehicle stays going straight, getting caught up in the ever-growing stampede.

    INT. SECOND JEEP – DAY - CLOUDY

    Inside the second Aztek is Thorne, Lex, and David. Thorne quickly stops the vehicle just as the stampeding herd of herbivores ram into them and they are jerked from side to side. David watches some Gallimimus’ jump and run up onto the vehicle, then back down to the ground on the other side. Lex is shaking and crying in fear.

    Then suddenly they hear deep horrific roars coming from the back of the herbivores.

    EXT. CLEARING – DAY - CLOUDY

    From the foliage come a group of four ALLOSAURS. They are tall carnivores, much like the Tyrannosaurs but not as built up and muscular. They take off at high speeds, running directly to the most helpless herbivore there, a lonely ANKYLOSAURUS. The Ankylosaur swishes its clubbed tail around, knocking one of the leading Allosaurs in the leg. It screeches out in pain and snaps back at the Anky with another Allosaur along side it.

    The other two carnivores go for the closest PARASAURLOPHOLUS, which is located right in front of the Aztek jeep. The first Allosaur snaps at the neck but misses and the parasaur simply whacks it on the face with its tail. The second Allosaur rams its head into the Parasaur, sending it to the ground. The two Allosaurs lower their heads and we hear crunching sounds.

    INT. SECOND JEEP – DAY - CLOUDY

    Thorne is horrified at the scene in front of him and Lex has her head burried in her hands. David has his eyes tightly closed as well, not wishing to view the grusome scene in front of them. Thorne puts the vehicle in reverse and starts to drive off.

    Lex slowly opens her eyes, but when she does, they shoot wide open.

    LEX
    Look out!

    EXT. CLEARING – DAY - CLOUDY

    The Aztek stops in front of the other two Allosaurs that are feasting on the Ankylosaurus. Thorne puts it in reverse, backs up, turns, and zooms off out of the clearing. One of the Allosaurs look up at the fleeing vehicle and snarls, giving chase.

    EXT. CONGO – DAY - CLOUDY

    Through the jungle’s branches and leaves the Allosaur bellows while chasing after the jeep. Its saliva slaps on the sides of its face as it heaves towards it. The jeep takes up more speed than the dinosaur can handle and it just stops and retreats back to its feeding spot.

    The jeep slows down and comes to a stop.

    INT. SECOND JEEP – DAY - CLOUDY

    THORNE
    Everybody ok?

    LEX AND DAVID
    I’m Fine.
    The CB radio clicks on.

    REGIS
    (V.O.)
    You guys alright?

    Thorne picks up the CB handle calmly.

    THORNE
    We’re good here, just ran into a little mishap. Put Grant on.

    GRANT
    (V.O.)
    You guys need to be careful not to disturb anything.

    Thorne smiles slightly.

    THORNE
    I understand.

    GRANT
    (V.O.)
    How far are you from the old camp spot?

    THORNE
    Not far. We just left it.

    GRANT
    (V.O.)
    Good. We saw the direction you were going in and according to the map, there’s a river close to you. You can follow that river up stream until you come across the long grass. We’ll be at the tree house near there.

    THORNE
    Sounds like a plan. Over and out.

    Thorne blows a sigh of relief.

    LEX
    I want to leave, Jack, I don’t want to be here anymore.

    THORNE
    I know honey, I know.

    11/20/2005 1:38:16 AM

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