As an experienced hunter, Robert Muldoon initially expressed skepticism that there would be any remains left after the Tyrannosaurus attack. He explained to Donald Gennaro that, in the animal attacks he’d witnessed in Africa, there had been few remains left over at the scene, and that inexperienced people had the complete opposite idea of what animal attacks usually amounted to. Most people, he explained, envisioned horrifically bloody scenes with body parts strewn everywhere; in actuality, blood was rare at the attack sites and only small fragments of the victims’ clothes were ever found. The scene would simply appear as though the person just walked off into the bush and never came back.
Jurassic Park By Michael Crichton Pg 223 (First Edition)