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What's the matter, boy?
What are you looking at?
It's okay, there's nothing out there.
Come on, hey, quit your whimpering, eh?
Let's get back to camp.
Come on. Come on, Dock.
Hey, Dock, come on.
For centuries, mankind has been the dominant species.
We've domesticated animals,
locked them up, killed them for sport.
But what if, all across the globe,
the animals decided, "No more"?
What if they finally decided to fight back?
Get ready to have a good day.
Five accepted mass extinction events.
What are you doing?
Did he say you could look at that?
He's out cold with a hangover.
Go and get the trucks ready.
Rise and shine, Jackson.
We have a dozen impatient Swedes
waiting for us to show them the rhino.
The dinosaurs sensed the impending devastation.
You're not going away, are you?
Major biotic crises--
volcanic, glacial, oceanic.
Global de-evolution, extinction events.
What if, prior to any of these events,
the animals knew what was coming?
Though we may be too ignorant,
too unwilling to recognize it,
we can even ignore the... the defiant pupil.
What does your father mean, Jackson?
Of course you are, little man.
What does he mean when he says
"The defiant pupil"?
I don't know. He was a professor.
He had a student who wouldn't listen.
Defiant, like you, Daniel.
Now, go see to the trucks and put the radio parts on the plane.
We'll bring them out to Simon this afternoon.
- Radio parts? - The radio at Simon's camp is on the blink.
I thought we could fly out there and help them fix it.
I haven't been able to reach him for two days.
What is this?
remedy the effects of drinking with the Swedes.
Come on. Don't be such a coward.
It's just lemon, nutmeg,
grape seed oil, herbs.
And two heaping tablespoons of baboon dung.
This delta is an actual oasis in an arid climate.
There have been over 70 species of fish
that have been catalogued to live in this delta.
Now, the thing to remember about the black rhino,
which is why they're tricky to find,
is that they live in transitional habitats.
What the hell'd you do that for?!
We are opposed to animal murder in this zip code.
I have a valid license to hunt that rhino.
Well, just because it's legal doesn't make it right.
Are you kidding me?
I paid 200 grand for that license.
Well, I paid nine dollars for this hat.
Seems like we both got ripped off.
We have a problem here?
N-No problem, Rafiki.
What do you mean "No problem"?
Trust me, Mr. Weber. There is no problem.
Enjoy the beautiful day.
She really said she wants an open relationship?
- Yeah, she did. - That is kind of awesome, no?
Until you factor in the secondary component.
- Which is? - So can she.
So can she what?
Sleep with anybody she wants to.
- And I can't get mad. Really?
Can I have her cell phone number?
I got to be honest,
the moment she said that,
I lost all interest in other women.
It's like when you're a kid and your ma says
you can have all the French fries you want.
Then suddenly you don't want French fries.
You know what I mean, dude?
Three dead and five others wounded
as a pair of lions escaped City of Angels Zoo
and made their way
into the crowded Mid-Wilshire section of Hollywood,
where they killed two more men in an alley.
It took LAPD and Animal Control Services till nearly sunrise
to take them down.
Yes, I understand. You said that.
And please tell Mr. Fremer
that I do not accept that explanation.
Why? Well, for one thing,
those lions behaved entirely out of character.
They escaped the zoo by killing their trainer,
a trainer who had been with them for years,
since they were cubs.
They've had a regular routine for all of that time,
until eight months ago when the zoo began feeding its animals
- with food from Reiden Global. - Campbell.
So for Mr. Fremer to say that there's no correlation...
- She wants to see you. - I got a thing.
Yeah, she doesn't care about your thing.
First, let me direct you to the masthead.
This paper's masthead.
My paper's masthead.
Which indicates it's owned by...
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