All of the strands of the high voltage electric fence Tim was hanging on were tied together. This means that all of the wires and Tim were at the same electrical potential. Tim wouldn't have gotten shocked. This phenomenon is referred to as "bird on the wire." Birds sit on live electrical wires all the time and do not get shocked because they are not touching the ground and therefore the electricity has no where to go. The only way for Tim to be shocked would be for him to be touching the fence and the ground simultaneously. See more...
The two leads are named Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler. Two real dinosaur book authors are named Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler. See more...
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|Original entry||When the T-Rex is knocking the car with Lex and Tim in it, he knocks it once, and then again making the Jeep flip over. If you watch that exact scene in slow motion, you can see a big wooden pot containing one of the fake trees for the set and a stage light.|