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The Shore of the Inland Sea: In Snakewater, Montana, a university paleontologist named Dr. Alan Grant works a dig site with his group of student researchers. The group is there researching dinosaur nesting sites, specifically hadrosaur nests. Bob Morris, a representative from the Environmental Protection Agency, arrives and begins asking Alan questions about his relationship with the Hammond Foundation. The organization, set up by InGen’s owner John Hammond, had been donating $30,000 every year for the past five years toward Alan’s research. Alan explains John Hammond is a dinosaur enthusiast and donates similar amounts to other notable paleontologists. Bob asks Alan why the company paid him $12,000 in 1985 for “juvenile hyperspace” research. Alan explains he published a report on his findings at dinosaur nesting sites and the Hammond Foundation planned to build a children’s museum and had asked him to consult on information about infant dinosaurs, such...

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