Jurassic Park is funded by the InGen corporation, a genetics research company founded and owned by billionaire Dr. John Hammond
To build the park he first needed some tropical real estateWe know from the movie that there were two islands: Site A, where the park was built, and Site B, where the dinosaurs were raised.
Both of these islands are off the coast of Costa Rica.
According to Costa Rican real estate websites, two islands with a total landsite of 66 square miles would be about $10 billion.
Add to that the total cost of surrogates, embryo development, Stem Cells Research and gene modification, and you get a total of $8.5 million.
JURASSIC PARK WOULD REQUIRE A VERY SPECIAL STAFF. THEY WOULD HIRE SCIENTISTS, PALEONTOLOGISTS, ANIMAL CARETAKERS, A LEGAL TEAM, AND MORE. PUTTING ALL OF THESE SALARIES TOGETHER, THAT WOULD BRING US TO ABOUT $7.9 MILLION.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND CLONING THE DINOSAURS HAS ITS OWN COST. BIO ARTS, A COMPANY IN CALIFORNIA THAT WILL CLONE YOUR DOG, CHARGES $150,000 FOR THEIR SERVICES. MULTIPLY THAT BY 50 BECAUSE OF THE 50 DINOSAURS ON THE ISLAND.