Cruz: I don't know how much longer those embryos will last. We need to meet our contact at the boat.
Yoder: We're staying here until Oscar gets back.
Cruz: We don't even know if he's alive.
Yoder: Oscar's fine. He's coming back and come hell or high water, we are not leaving. Then again, maybe you have a point.
Cruz: Come on. We've got to run.
Yoder: No time, hide.
Cruz: Damn it!
Yoder: Get out of here. Get out of here. Get out of here.
Cruz: Don't move. It can't see you unless you move.
Yoder: Get off my you face, stupid . . . Go away! Easy girl. Damm it. Leaving now.
Sorkin: Care for a lysine supplement?
Harding: No, thanks. You know what, actually you know, maybe I will. All this running around, my muscles probably need whatever protein I can give them.
Sorkin: My thoughts exactly. I haven't gotten this much exercise since Carnival.
Harding: I guess we've got a lot of extra lysine now that the parasaurs don't need the external supply.
Sorkin: Yes, about that. It's not just the parasaurs, we added the antidote to the main water supply.
Harding: But that will reach every dinosaur in the park, the lysine contingency. You're insane. Denying the dinosaurs lysine was the only safety mechanism we had to keep them out of the global ecosystem.
Sorkin: We've already denied them the right to breed. That's their death sentence.
Harding: Yes, but who knows how much damage they could do by then. A single brachiosaur can destroy as much jungle in one day as a whole herd of elephants. I can't imagine the impact a group of them would have on a rain forest.
Sorkin: Do I need to remind you that there are 120 miles of ocean between Isla Nublar and the mainland. The lysine contingency was cruel and unnecessary.
Harding: Do you know for a fact that none of these animals can swim.
Sorkin: Oh, come on Gerry.
Harding: That's how Asian elephants migrated to Sri Lanka from India. There's precedent.
Sorkin: You're being ridiculous. There's no evidence sauropods were swimmers, none. You see them in the field every day, have you ever even seen one of our dinosaurs try to swim.
Harding: We keep them in cages, Laura. They don't get the chance. I know this, more quadrupeds can swim than can't.
Sorkin: All right, I'll concede that It's possible that there are sauropods that can swim. But I still believe that 120 miles of open water is an effective barrier. The remote possibility that a dinosaur could make it to the mainland, is far outweighed by our responsibility, to treat these animals humanely. They're here because of us.
Harding: Look, let's just agree to disagree for now. But I'll have to tell InGen when this is all over.
Sorkin: I understand.
Jessie: Are you guys done yet?
Harding: Jess, where'd you go?
Jessie: Just down the hall looking at stuff. Not that you noticed I was gone.
Harding: I'm sorry honey. I was distracted, but don't go off alone like that, okay.
Jessie: Yes, okay.