Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Horror
A dormant volcano deep with the Turkish forest holds within it a deadly secret. Perfectly preserved, a nest of pterodactyl eggs are ready to hatch...
Many of the characters are named after famous science-fiction and fantasy writers - Burroughs (Edgar Rice Burroughs), Clarke (Sir Arthur C. Clarke), Donaldson (Steven Donaldson), Heinlein (Robert A. Heinlein), Herbert (Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert), Lem (Stanislaw Lem), Lovecraft (H.P. Lovecraft), Serling (Rod Serling), Yolen (Jane Yolen) and Zelazny (Roger Zelazny).
Perhaps you should have thought of that before ignoring State Department warnings about traveling to the Turkish-Armenian border, sir.
The opening scene shows the pterodactyl eggs hatching, but it can easily be seen that there is a lot of empty space in the shell (hatchlings fill most of the volume of an egg when they emerge) and their skins are dry - animals freshly hatched are always damp from the remaining fluid inside the egg.