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Welcome to Dino Off Road Adventure

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Off Road Adventure Rules

  • Stay in your vehicle
  • Make sure you STOP at all STOP signs
  • Do not bump the car in front of you under any circumstances
  • No phones on the ride
  • Do not touch or feed the dinosaurs (and they will not touch, or feed on you) 

Meet our Dinosaurs!

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Maiasaura

  • Pronounced: my-ah-SORE-ah
  • Name Meaning: Good Mother Dinosaur
  • Diet: Herbivore/omnivore
  • Lived: 75-80 million years ago
  • Size: 4 Tons – weighed as much as a hippopotamus
  • Fun Fact: Unlike most dinosaurs, Maiasaura would remain with their offspring after birth, giving them food and protection.
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Riojasaurus

  • Pronunciation: ree-oh-hah-SORE-us
  • Name meaning: Rioja Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Lived: 220-228 million years ago
  • Size: 30 feet long – the same length as three alligators in a row
  • Fun Fact: Unlike other long-necked dinosaurs, Riojasaurus could not raise itself up on its hind legs since its legs were all the same length.
Anchiceratops

Anchiceratops

  • Pronunciation: an-key-SERRA-tops
  • Name Meaning: Near Horned Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Lived: 70-74 million years ago
  • Size: 6 meters long – about the same size as a shipping container
  • Fun Fact: Unlike many of its relatives (like the Triceratops), Anchiceratops lived in marshlands that were green and humid.
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Tyrannosaurus Rex

  • Pronunciation: tie-RAN-oh-sore-us Rex
  • Name meaning: Tyrant Lizard King
  • Diet: Carnivore
  • Lived: 65-85 million years ago
  • Size: 12 meter long – the same as 3 cars laid end to end
  • Fun Fact: T-Rexes were extremely smart and had brains more than twice the size of other carnivores of the time.
Dilophosaurus

Dilophosaurus

  • Pronunciation: die-LOAF-oh-sore-us
  • Name meaning: Two-Crested Lizard
  • Diet: Carnivore
  • Lived: 175-200 Million years ago
  • Size: Weighed 700 pounds – the same as a full vending machine!
  • Fun Fact: Dilophosaurus is the official State Dinosaur of Connecticut.
Dsungaripterus

Dsungaripterus

  • Pronounced: Sun-ga-rip-ter-us
  • Name Meaning: Junggar Basin Wing
  • Diet: Piscivore (ate fish, shellfish, etc.)
  • Lived: 100-145 million years ago
  • Size: 10 foot wingspan – about 1 full car length
  • Fun Fact: Dsungaripterus’s unusual, upturned mandibles (jaws) were useful for finding and pulling out shellfish from soft beach sands.
Velociraptor

Velociraptor

  • Pronunciation: vel-OSS-ee-rap-tor
  • Name Meaning: Swift Robber
  • Diet: Carnivore and occasional scavenging
  • Lived: 70-74 million years ago
  • Size: 3 feet tall – about the same size as a turkey
  • Fun Fact: Velociraptors are known for their speed and could run at over 40 miles per hour!
Pachycephalosaurs

Pachycephalosaurs

  • Pronunciation: pack-i-SEF-al-oh-sore-russ
  • Name Meaning: Thick headed Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Lived: 65.5-100 million years ago
  • Size: Over 900 pounds – as heavy as a grand piano
  • Fun Fact: Pachycephalosaur skulls are over 9 inches thick, more than 30 times thicker than a human skull!
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Coelophysis

  • Pronunciation: seel-OH-fie-sis
  • Name meaning: Hollow Form
  • Diet: Carnivore
  • Lived: 190-225 million years ago
  • Size: Only weighed 50 pounds
  • Fun Fact: Like modern day birds, Coelophysis had hollow bones, which meant that it could run very fast – up to 30 miles per hour.

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Pteranodon

Pteranodon

  • Pronunciation: tuh-ran-uh-don
  • Name Meaning: Toothless Wing
  • Diet: Piscivore (Fish, shellfish, etc.)
  • Lived: 70-100 million years ago
  • Size: Stood 6 feet tall – the same size as a Christmas tree.
  • Fun Fact: Pteranodon was the first pterosaur (flying reptile) found outside of Europe
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Types of dinosaurs

  • A SAUROPOD was a large, four legged dinosaur that usually ate plants and leaves. What kind of animals that are alive today act like sauropods?
  • THEROPODS were two legged dinosaurs that were carnivores. As predators, they would hunt other dinosaurs. Can you think of any therapods?
  • RAPTORS were a type of therapod (two-legged carnivores) that had a specific type of hooked claw on its foot. That claw was retractable and still exists on some birds
  • PTEROSAURS were types of flying lizards that lived at the same time as dinosaurs, but weren’t actually dinosaurs themselves. How many Pterosaurs can you find in Dino Off Road Adventure?

Dino timeline

220-228 Millions Years ago

Riojasaurus

220-228 Millions Years ago

190-225 million years ago

Coelophysis

190-225 million years ago

175-200 million years ago

Dilophosaurus

175-200 million years ago

100-145 million years ago

Dsungaripterus

100-145 million years ago

65.5-100 million years ago

Pachycephalosaur

65.5-100 million years ago

75-80 million years ago

Maiasaura

75-80 million years ago

70-100 million years ago

Pteranodon

70-100 million years ago

70-74 million years ago

Velociraptor

70-74 million years ago

70-74 million years ago

Anchiceratops

70-74 million years ago

65-85 million years ago

T Rex

65-85 million years ago

T-rex sized appetite? Make sure you visit Fossil Fuel!

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  • Snacks of Prehistoric Proportion are waiting for you at our newest snack stand located across from Dino Off Road Adventure!

 

  • Try some ferocious Funnel Cake in the shape of a dinosaur’s footprint. Or, treat yourself to a timeless classic with a scrumptious Ice Cream Cone.
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