What is the poison spitting dinosaur in Jurassic Park?

The poison-spitting dinosaur reconstructed in Jurassic Park is Dilophosaurus. At the time the movie was produced, there was no evidence that this or any other dinosaur spat poison or had poisonous saliva of any kind.

Is Dennis nedry related to John Hammond?

Bio: Nedry, Hammond’s step-son, works for Hammond as the system’s programmer and is in charge of networking Jurassic Park’s computers.

What does Hammond tell Wu is his greatest fear concerning the park?

After receiving their dessert, John Hammond talks to Wu about his greatest fear for the park: dying before Jurassic Park opens and that he will never see the delight of the children visiting.

Which dinosaur eats Newman in Jurassic Park?


Dilophosaurus Temporal range: Early Jurassic (Sinemurian),
Phylum: Chordata
Clade: Dinosauria
Clade: Saurischia
Clade: Theropoda

Why did Nedry leave the Raptor fences on?

In the end Dennis Nedry was hired by a competiting organization/company for industrial espionage, to steal the embryos. So producing some disaster by turning off the fences could on the one hand help him escape unnoticed or at least unbothered.

What killed Dennis Nedry?

The dinosaur attacked, killing Nedry, but the extent of the event was left up to the viewers’ interpretation with only the outside of the Jeep being shown. In the book, Nedry also returned to the vehicle after the venomous Dilophosaurus blinded him.

Why can’t dinosaurs breed in Jurassic Park?

The research scientists retrieved dinosaur DNA from biting insects that have been preserved within ancient amber. Dr. Wu explains that to prevent breeding, their dinosaurs are sterilized and engineered to be female.

How does Tim distract and trap the raptor?

How does Tim distract the two raptors chasing him and Lex? Tim throws a baby raptor at them and the raptors run over to eat it.

What was Dennis Nedry eating?

The Barbasol can was a modified shaving cream can that Dennis Nedry used to smuggle dinosaur embryos from Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar.