Jurassic Park Essay | Jurassic Park

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Jurassic Park.
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Jurassic Park

Summary: A book review and summary of Michael Crichton's "Jurassic Park."
Michael Crichton's bestseller Jurassic Park is a wonderfully written story full of drama and suspense with a scientific background. John Hammond, the imaginative and overzealous dreamer filled with greed, used biotechnology to recreate the environment of the Jurassic period - when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. He managed to clone dinosaurs through DNA. Theoretically, scientists believed this could be done, if dinosaur DNA complete enough was found. Hammond found this DNA in insects that had been preserved in amber. In prehistoric times, blood-sucking insects, like mosquitoes, existed, and when the insects came to rest on a tree, sometimes they would come to rest on a tree, sometimes they would become preserved in the sap that rolled down the trunk of the tree. This sap hardened and became a beautiful golden color in what we know today as amber. Through careful extraction, dinosaur DNA was attained. However, the DNA strand...

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