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Jurassic Park (Michael Crichton) - Where Did the Fence Go?
starts on page 154.
If all the paddocks are supposedly enclosed with fences, trenches, and/or moats, how is it possible that Sattler, Grant, Gennaro, Regis, Malcolm, Tim and Lex are able to visit with Dr. Harding when he's attending to the sick stegosaur? It doesn't seem likely that there would be any access to the animal paddocks from the tour road.
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Sylvalin on 05-10-2001
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Comments:
Patrick Coogan writes:
Only the dangerous ones eg. T Rex or Raptors are behind the fences. However the whole park itself is inclosed behind huge walls.
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Lennon writes:
I really hate easy ones like this. You should read my one on the disapearing trenches before. Well anyway, do recall that Ed Regis is a park employee. he would know where the access to he service roads are. Unlike the movie the guests were expected to get out of the car and see Harding. They mentioned his in the control room in the chapter before.
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lostwings writes:
You think a reptile bigger than a rhino isn't dangerous???
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JerryLee writes:
the whole park and all the dinosaurs are enclosed in electric fences, but they can be de-electrified at any time most likely. And with Dr. Sattler already in one of the fences, wouldn't it make sense for it to not be electrified? I don't know if a sick Stegosaurus would harm anyone or not, but I think cutting off the electricity in that area was a risk they could take.
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