Transcript of the recording within the Land Cruisers as narrated by the voice of Richard Kiley during the first Park Drive tour just before the Isla Nublar Incident (taken from the Jurassic Park Film Script):


They pass through two enormous, primitive gates, torches blazing on either side.

The Explorer's speakers BLARE with fanfare of trumpets, and the interior video screen flashes "Welcome to Jurassic Park". A familiar VOICE comes over the speaker:

"Welcome to Jurassic Park. You are now entering the lost world of the prehistoric past, a world..."

"...creatures long gone from the face of the earth, which you are privileged to see for the first time."


"To the right, you will see a herd of the first dinosaurs on our tour, called Dilophosaurus."

"One of the earliest carnivores, we now know Dilophosaurus is actually poisonous, spitting its venom at its prey, causing blindness and eventually paralysis, allowing the carnivore to eat at its leisure. This makes Dilophosaurus a beautiful, but deadly addition to Jurassic Park."

Corny SCARY MUSIC plays over the speaker.

Tyrannosaur PaddockEdit

"The mighty tyrannosaurus arose late in the dinosaur history. Dinosaurs ruled the earth for hundred and fifty million years, but it wasn't until the last..."

Will you turn that thing off?

Look out 4Edit

(The sounds of a Dilophosaurus plays though the speakers.)

"Did you guess Dilophosaurus?"

"That was actually the call of a whooping swan. Dinosaurs share many features with modern day birds. For insistence, we now know that many theropod dinosaurs from the Jurassic period have vocal organs just like modern birds."

"We are arriving at the 4th of 7 look outs along the tour."

"Your Jurassic park tour will stop for 5 minutes to let you stretch your legs and take pictures of the animals."

"Next stop: The Jurassic park marine facility and Aquinarm."