Jurassic Park (1993): How It's Done Part 2

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The clip how it's done Part 2 from Jurassic Park (1993) Until Jurassic Park scientists came along. Using s...
The clip how it's done Part 2 from Jurassic Park (1993) Until Jurassic Park scientists came along. Using sophisticated techniques, they extract the preserved blood from the mosquito, and bingo.: dino D.N.A. A full D.N.A. strand contains three billion genetic codes. If we looked at screens like these once a second for eight hours a day, it'd take two years to look at the entire D.N.A. strand. It's that long. Since it's so old, it's full of holes. Now that's where our geneticists take over. Thinkin'machine super-computers and gene sequencers... break down the strand in minutes. And virtual-reality displays show our geneticists the gaps in the D.N.A. sequence. We use the complete D.N.A. of a frog to fill in the holes... and complete the code. Phew! And now, we can make a baby dinosaur.
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