Jurassic Park III

Eric is alive and saves Grant from the velocoraptors. Cooper, Nash and Udesky are killed, and Billy also appears to die after rescuing Eric from a nest of pteranadons. After escaping the spinosaurus and the pteranadons, Grant, Amanda, Paul, and Eric are confronted by the raptors. They return the eggs Billy stole from the raptors' nests, and the raptors leave without harming them. They are rescued by both the navy and marines, who were contacted by Dr. Ellie Sattler, Grant’s colleague who he called on the satellite phone just before it went dead. An injured Billy has also been rescued and is aboard the waiting helicopter. On the chopper, Alan and Eric see the pteranadons, who escaped from their cage, flying away from the island.


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