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Jurassic Bonds

By Dramaking14

Adventure / Scifi

You bred raptors?

So this is a little story I had been thinking about before the events of Jurassic World. This is a prequel so don't expect any leaks from the film, and I'm hoping to write a sequel when the film does come out.

Among the darkness of a noisy and alive city, ontop a hill. Laid a laboratory, with a bustling and busy network of scientist getting to work. But while many people set about with their business. Some people among the many cages that rested at the departing bay kept their distance from them, and for good reason... inside of each of them was a creature that no person would want to meet in a dark alley... Velociraptors.

It had been 20 years sense John Hammond had attempted his dream. A dream where people could walk right up dinosaurs, not some robot, but a living, breathing dinosaur, a dream he named 'Jurassic Park'. But after the famous disaster on Isle Nublar, and his heartbreaking death. That dream of his died with him... or so it seemed.

Now, after years of research and eventual victories. 'Masrani Global Corporations' had turned Hammond's dream into reality. On the very same island that dinosaurs walked on after millions of years, now stood a thriving, famous land. A land called 'Jurassic World'.

But no dream is without it's nightmares, with the success of Jurassic World. Other companies sort to turn that dream into something more sinister...

As trucks loaded up into the departing bay, raptors shirked and growled in anger. Some even tried to snap at the workers who helped loading them on board, and it was up to Ranger to keep the raptors in cheek.

Ranger was by far no nice man, his brown cap and menacing eyes made him someone who would walk into the room and go 'this is my place now!'. But yet again, he had to have a attitude like that to be working with creatures like velociraptors.

One particular raptor was acting more aggressive than usual, a large grey female. Her aggression was something that Ranger was coldly familiar with, and had experienced first hand. But even tonight as she was set to be destroyed, she seemed to unleash her true fury...

As one worker made his way to her cage. The raptor lunged at the worker, only ripping into the metal bars that stood between her and the worker. Understandably, the worker backed off in fear.

"She's can't hurt you from in there." reminded Ranger coldly pushing the worker back to the cage. "Now load her up!"

But as the workers moved her onto the truck, the raptor rammed into the cage. Sending both workers falling back. Seeing a clean and tempting chance, the raptor bit into one of the workers legs, ripping out flesh from bone.

Instantly, Ranger got out his stun gun. Zapping the raptor like a thousand votes of electricity. But this only seemed to make the raptor bite down even more.

Eventually, Ranger gave up using the stun gun and resorted to brute force.

With great force, Ranger punched the raptor in the eye. Causing it to let go of he target as pain overcame her. But in her blind pain, she unwittingly kicked bedding about, and something more important... an egg.

Not knowing it was there, the raptor whipped her only egg out of the cage. Out of the view of Ranger and rolling down the hill like a small stone.

At the bottom, a chicken company was just about move their package of eggs. As the deliverer turned around to open the truck, the raptor egg rolled right next to his foot. Curiously, the deliverer picked up in confusion. He'd never seen a chicken egg as big as this, or as thin. Not making too much a deal about it, the deliverer opened up the package of eggs where he placed the raptor egg among them. With one egg more, the deliverer finally loaded the eggs onto the truck before setting off to deliver his cargo.

Up at the top of the hill however, the raptor had finally gotten over the wave of pain in it's eye. Hissing in anger, the raptor eyed Ranger and the worker limped off to get help.

Coldly, Ranger keeled down to the raptors level as he looked into it's raging, reptilian eyes.

"Certainly won't be missing you." growled Ranger as he walked off, leaving the raptor to be loaded away.

But as Ranger left, the raptor realized something. Using her claws as digging tools, the raptor tired desperately to find her only egg, but to no avail.

Overwhelmed with sorrow, the raptor shirked to the top of her lungs as she was loaded up for being destroyed.

She may of lost her life, but her egg was now on it's way to a safer place...

I know, it's a bit short. But I'm planning on making it much longer in the future, so give me your thoughts, and I'll load up the next chapter soon.

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