It seems like it's going to be a good day after all.
They found another one! C'mon.
Gennaro struggles to keep up.
ROSTAGNO and GENNARO move into the dark, dripping cave, where at
least a dozen other WORKERS are gathered in a tight circle, staring at
Rostagno fights his way to the center of the group. One of the
WORKERS hands him something and Rostagno examines it carefully.
It's a chuck of amber, a shiny yellow rock about the size of a
If two experts sign off on the island, the insurance
guys'll back off. I already got Ian Malcolm, but they think he's too
trendy. They want Alan Grant.
Grant? You'll never get him out of Montana.
Because he's like me. He's a digger.
Rostagno turns and holds the amber up to the sunlight streaming
through the mouth of the cave.
With the light pouring through it, the amber is translucent, and
we can see something inside this strange stone - -
- - a huge mosquito, long dead, entombed there.
Hay que lindo eres vas hacer a much gente feliz.
(Oh you're so beautiful. You will make a lot of
5 EXTTHE DIGDAY
An artist's camel hair brush carefully sweeps away sand and rock
to slowly reveal the dark curve of a fossil - it's a claw. A dentist's
pick gently lifts it from the place its has laid for millions of years.
Pull up to reveal a group of diggers working on a large skeleton. All
we see are the tops of their hats. The paleontologist working on the
claw lays it in his hand.
Four complete skeletons. . . .
such a small area. . .
the same time horizon - -
They died together?
The taphonomy sure looks that way.