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Exhibit Spotlight: Pteranodon longiceps

Look Ma! NO TEETH! A staple of the Mesozoic in the popular imagination, no picture-book illustration succeeds without at least […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Hesperornis regalis

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many restaurants to temporarily shut down, Hesperornis has resorted to getting a sashimi fix […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Amargasaurus cazaui

Why do theropods get all the attention? I'm not just some vanilla sauropod! Sheesh, I grow these neck spines and […]
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Paleontology Newsflash: Elessaurus gondwanoccidens

Let him go or I'll fossilize you, Longshanks! This newly discovered Triassic reptile fossil doesn't come from a dinosaur, but […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Microraptor zhaoianus

The only thing that could make this more awesome is if it were riding a shark and wielding a machine […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Ceratosaurus nasicornis

Photo of display at the Museum of Ancient Life, Lehi, Utah. The dinosaur park features a different cast of the […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Brachiosaurus altithorax

Easy. Breezy. Beautiful. Brachiosaurus. Steven Spielberg did well in using this iconic giant to make the first full appearance of […]
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Paleontology Newsflash: Dineobellator hesperonotus

Chuck Norris probably kept one as a pet. [Picture used under Creative Commons license, from Jasinski et al. 2020, margins […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Carnotaurus sastrei

With Carnotaurus featuring so prominently in the recent Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer, it seems apropos to review the science […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Baryonyx walkeri

The new trailer to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom appears to include Baryonyx as a new (to audiences) addition to the […]
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Exhibit Spotlight: Spinosaurus aegypticus

A unique physical profile gave Spinosaurus an early edge in the popular imagination despite the fact that for nearly a […]
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Did You Eat Dinosaur for Thanksgiving This Year?

Paleontology on a platter . . . or IS it?! By now the idea that birds represent the only surviving […]
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Get Involved and Learn More about the Natural World

At the Dinosaur Park, we are dedicated to preserving the natural history of our planet and inspiring curiosity and wonder about the world around us. By getting involved and participating in our educational programs and events, you can learn more about prehistoric life, geology, mineralogy, and the natural world.
Plan your visit to The Dinosaur Park today and discover the wonder and excitement of the prehistoric world. We look forward to welcoming you to our park!
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