The Rex just fed, so he won't be hunting for a while.
Dr. Ian Malcolm:
Just fed? I assume you're talking about Eddie? You might show a little more respect, the man saved our lives by giving his.
Then his problems are over. My point is, predators don't hunt when they're not hungry.
Nick Van Owen:
Yeah, only humans do.
Oh, you're breaking my heart. Come on! Saddle up, let's get this moveable feast under way!
Peter, if you want me to run your little camping trip, there are two conditions: first, I'm in charge, and when I'm not around, Dieter is. All you have to do is sign the checks, tell us we're doing a good job, and crack your case of scotch when we have a good day. Second condition: my fee? You can keep it. All I want in return for my services is the right to hunt one of the tyrannosaurs. A male, a buck only. How and when is my business. Now if you don't like either of those conditions, you're on your own. So go ahead, set up base camp here, or in a swamp, or in the middle of a Rex nest for all I care. But I've been on too many safaris with rich dentists to listen to any more suicidal ideas, OK?
It is absolutely imperative that we work with the Costa Rican Department of Biological Preserves to establish a set of rules for the preservation and isolation of that island. These creatures require our absence to survive, not our help. And if we could only step aside and trust in nature, life will find a way.