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  WHAT'S EATING YOU?
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Jurassic Park
(1) The offer that Hammond made to finance Dr. Grant's dig for another three years. (2) A genetic safety mechanism called the Lysine Contingency. A gene was created to trigger a faulty enzyme in their protein metabolism, which would eventually cause the animal to fall into a coma and die after its body stopped manufacturing the amino acid Lysine. That was one way to keep the animals from getting too far if they ever got off the island.
(3) Because the dinosaurs imprinted on the first creatures they came in contact with. It helped him gain their trust. (4) Concrete moats and a motion sensor tracking system (5) He returned with all fifteen species.

(6) They were told to keep absolutely still because the animal's vision was based on movement. (7) He thought it might have been the power trying to come back on. (8) Because it was moving forward and it was only hit once. It took two blows to flip the children's jeep over. (9) He promised not to fall asleep while they were up in the tree. (10) It also devoured Gennaro, a goat, and a Gallimimus. This should have been an easy question if you got most of the others right.

Mimic
The males were lighter in color and they had no wings.
 
Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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An invitation to a park with genetically-bred dinosaurs? Say no more! Dr. Grant (Sam Neill), to everyone's astonishment (including our own), had his reservations, mostly because he didn't want to leave the work he was doing. What finally convinced him to go?
2. Want to make one of your own? Find a 65 million-year-old mosquito that's encased in amber. Gently extract a few drops of preserved dinosaur blood. Mix it with the code of a frog to fill in any missing strands of DNA, incubate and viola - instant dinosaur! If you wanted your dinosaurs to come out exactly like Hammond's (Richard Attenborough), you'd also have to add what other ingredient?

3. Hammond insisted on being present for the birth of every dinosaur on the island. Why?

4. Jurassic Park was no different from any other zoo in regard to some of the safety mechanisms that were put into place. The only difference was, Hammond's had to contain a T-rex. One of the ways to do that is to construct a 10,000-volt perimeter fence. Another? Anyone?
5. Ah, ah ah. Ha, ha, ha. That's us laughing at what Nedry (Wayne Knight) was offered for each viable dinosaur embryo that was smuggled off the island. The amount would have doubled if __________ .

6. That, sir, is an obstruction of justice and our hard-earned dollars. Lose the trees or you're
losing us! What were Hammond's' grandchildren (Ariana Richards and Joseph Mazzello) told to do when it the park's T-rex finally emerged - and tore its way through the perimeter fence?

7. Shake, rattle and roll (for cover!) That would be our advice if a T-rex ever comes after you. What did Gennaro (Martin Ferrero) think the sound of the creature's impact tremors were when he first heard them?

8. It doesn't take a Mythbuster to figure this one out, just someone with
a better memory than ours'. Why didn't the gas-powered jeep roll over like children's jeep did when it was head-butted by the T-rex?

9. Forgive, but never forget, not when a failed promise could have resulted in a late-night snack for the closest carnivore. The one we remember had something to do with Dr. Grant and Hammond's grandchildren.

10. When the T-rex killed the raptors in the film's closing sequence, it was the fourth time the creature fed. Who and/or what else did it devour?
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Full quiz available in Volume 1 of
Lights, Camera Trivia
Steven Spielberg, 1993
Mimic
Guillermo del Toro, 1997
Do you know what you get when you cross breed termite and mantis DNA? We do - a deadly new species of insect that can mimic its prey. That would be us. Our plan to exterminate the buggers involves separation through identification. Remove as many of the males as you can from the nest, and you'll limit their numbers. The problem is distinguishing one from the other.