Summerlee expounds on his hypothesis that the Andes Mountains were formed by "plate techtonics". In 1912 Alfred Wegener published his first mention of his hypothetical 'continental drift'. The term 'plate techtonics' was first used around 1969. See more »
Once again the two bickering professors must join together to save the lost world. The five members of the first expedition return (see The Lost World, 1992, for a list of actors). A man seeking oil brings a drilling crew to the plateau. Instead of striking oil they tap an underground volcano which threatens all life in the Lost World. The oil crew clash with the native people and the scientific expedition. Although the situation looks hopeless.... (I'm not going to tell you the ending).
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