That strikes me as the sort of dinosaur where in addition to the electrified fence they should have a plexiglass screen between them & the tourists. That way some poor sap out walking on park grounds doesn't have to worry about getting spat on.
But I have forgotten my manners, and replied to a comment without leaving my own. Well done, OniPunisher, on this and all your enclosures. I like the viewpoint from the window of the tour vehicles, very clever!
I agree. I read the novel when it first came out, and I thought, "This would make a great movie, if only they could come up with convincing animation for the dinosaurs." I was excited when the movie came out, but disappointed by the changes to the plot (making Hammond into a kindly old elf, instead of the mean old bastard he should have been) and the liberties with the paleontogy, like shrinking Dilophosaurus down and giving him a lizard neck frill. Crichton was much better than that. And forget about the sequels, both Crichton's follow-on novel and the movies.