Jurassic Park’s chief geneticist. Dr. Henry Wu was the man who engineered all of the dinosaurs to be female, to prohibit their breeding as a form of population control. He also made them lysine-deficient, so that if they ever got off the island they would be unable to survive for very long. Dr. Wu didn’t believe Dr. Ian Malcolm’s theory that “life would find a way.” He insisted his efforts had ensured complete control over the animals in Jurassic Park. He was gravely mistaken. But, luckily for Dr. Wu, he left the island before the accident along with InGen’s other unessential employees on the boat back to the mainland. Dr. Henry Wu was played by B. D. Wong.
The veterinarian at Jurassic Park, Dr. Gerry Harding made sure all the dinosaurs remained healthy and when one became ill, he was on hand to treat it. He was first seen treating a sick Triceratops. With paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler’s help, he was able to diagnose the animal’s condition. Apparently, it had eaten a poisonous plant called the West Indian Lilac and become ill, despite his previous belief that the dinosaurs didn’t eat them. Later, Dr. Harding drove Ellie back to the visitor’s center in his gas-powered jeep. He left the island prior to the accident, along with Dr. Henry Wu and the others. Dr. Gerry Harding was played by Gerald R. Molen, who was also one of the film’s producers.