Jess: Yeah, it's a great view, but where are the dinosaurs?
Gerry: There should be Triceratops out there. Sometimes they're kind of hard to spot.
Jess: Oh yeah?
Gerry: Where'd you get those?
Gerry: Yeah, those.
Jess: That guy gave them to me. Your boss, John Hammer or whatever. He likes me.
Gerry: That was generous of him.
Jess: Yeah. I see jungle and stuff, but no dinos.
Gerry: Just look around, you'll find them.
Jess: Hey, there's a zoom thingy. I see a... oh, never mind. It's a rock. I see a rock. Hey, there's a dinosaur shaking that tree! Ah forget it, just some birds. Can we go down there and see the dinos up close?
Gerry: When I worked in San Diego, did I let you into the tiger enclosure?
Jess: That was totally different. Besides, I was only, like, seven.
Gerry: Right. And you scared the daylights out of me.
Jess: There's a car down there.
Gerry: Must be Hammond's visitors. He's go some hotshot paleontologists here to see the park.
Jess: I bet they get to see some dinos up close. What's that yellow flower? It's kind of like mom's bird of paradise only, you know, healthy.
Gerry: Sounds like Heliconia. We imported them from the mainland to brighten up the place.
Jess: There's a pile of, like, brown stuff. Is that...?
Gerry: Probably. And that would tend to indicate a dinosaur in the area.
Jess: I'm thinking more like 10. What's that little bunker building?
Gerry: Just a maintenance shed.
Jess: For dinosaurs that need repairs?
Gerry: Yeah, sure. We like to keep them tuned up, you know.
Jess: Wouldn't it be, like, educational if I stuck around here another day or two?
Gerry: You know, I think your mom might miss you a bit.
Jess: Are you kidding me? She'd be, like, totally happy.
Gerry: Oh, come on. No, she wouldn't.
Jess: Yeah, she would. You guys have more flowers here than dinosaurs.
Gerry: Yeah, but they're good-looking flowers, right?
Jess: Wait... wait, I definitely see one! Aw... He just ran away.
Gerry: Actually it's a she, they're all female. So which way did she go?
Jess: There's a bunch of, like, dinosaur footprints around that plant.
Gerry: Our Triceratops are big fans of banana leaf. They're probably nearby.
Jess: How come you fence in the nice dinosaurs?
Gerry: It's safer for them and safer for us. Herbivores can be dangerous too.
Jess: The footprints go in the stream.
Gerry: Sure, the Triceratops went in for a dip. She must have come out somewhere.
Jess: There's footprints coming out of the stream.
Gerry: You're on the right track.
Jess: Okay, I see her. Wait, there's a bunch of them. Oh, awesome, they're fighting. I totally wanted to see this!
Gerry: Well actually it more of a dominance display that a fight. You remember how Patchie was when your mom got that new puppy? Lady Margaret's like that with the younger Triceratops.
Jess: Seriously? Lady Margaret?
Gerry: Yep, that's what we call the Alpha. See those horns? They're more than three feet long.
Jess: Good for fighting T. Rex, right? When do we get to see that?
Gerry: That's not going to happen. I'm busy enough without holding gladiator fights. Which reminds me... remember I said I've got a sick Triceratops to check on? I should get going. I'll drop you at the guesthouse.
Jess: Really, already?
Gerry: It'll give you some time to pack your stuff. The boat leaves tonight, remember.
Jess: I don't have any stuff. I practically just got here.
Gerry: Well, at least you got to see Triceratops fight.
Jess: Actually, it was more like a dominance display.
Gerry: Smart ass. Come on, let's go. Let's hope for clear skies tonight. No fun on that boat when the waves are rough.