Henry Deacon: [indicating the microscope] Um, look at this. It's the cellular structure. The DNA markers are humanoid, but slightly different than ours.
Jack Carter: [looking through the microscope] Oh, wow.
Henry Deacon: Do you have any idea what you're looking at?
Jack Carter: No. Not really.
Henry Deacon: They are regressive genetic traits that haven't been seen in maybe a million years. You'd have to be a neanderthal to still carry genetic markers like that. Oh, and here's the kicker. The, uh, the tooth that you gave me... doesn't belong to this thing.
Allison Blake: So there's another one of these things running around?
Jack Carter: One that eats bears.
Henry Deacon: [holding the tooth] Yeah, and judging by the size of this, it's bigger. Much bigger.