The clip Dinosaur DNA Part 2 from Jurassic Park (1993) with Richard Attenborough, Martin Ferrero
waited for millions of years with the mosquito inside.
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.
And now, we can make a baby dinosaur.
This score is only temporary.
It all has very dramatic music, of course. Rum-pum-pum!
A march or something. It hasn't been written yet.
And then, of course, the tour moves on.
Well, lookie here!
Those hard-workin'cowpokes you see behind the glass-
This is overwhelming, John.
Are these characters, uh, auto-erotica?
No, no, no, we have no animatronics here, no.
Those people are the real miracle workers of Jurassic Park.
...D.N.A. in unfertilized emu or ostrich eggs.
Wait a minute. How do you interrupt the cellular mitosis?
Can't we see the unfertilized eggs? Shortly, shortly, shortly.
Now, a whole team of genetic engineers-
Can't you stop these things? I'm sorry, it's kind of a ride.
One, two, three.
Uh- You can't do that.