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Dinosaur Park


The Dinosaurs Park was found in 2016. Thanks to sophisticated animatronic techniques dinosaurs move and breath, that is they look alive!

The perfect occasion to travel back in time when the Earth was dominated by this prehistoric giants, the most famous and fascinating animals of all time. Dinosaurs are represented in real dimensions with great details, thanks also to the support of famous paleontologists. During our stroll, among others, we can admire and touch an Apatosaurus of 18 meters moving its tail and neck, a T-Rex of 12 metres which is surely the most famous hunter of the mesozoic era. 

You will go through the history of the world starting from the permian-triassic mass extinction, to the cretaceous-tertiary mass extinction, 65 million years ago, well-know because is the reason why all the dinosaurs became extinct.

The journey starts with fossils, as a reconstruction of a complete skeleton of Dilophosaurus of about 4 meters, famous for two bone crests on his head that it could use as display. You can also admire the skull of the famous T-Rex .

The real exhibition starts with the Dimetrodon, a synapsid reptile lived in the permian period, to continue with Coelophysis, one of the first dinosaurs and if we turn back we will be able to admire the Dilophosaurus that grabs our attention with its roaring. Than the giant plant-eating dinosaurs: Shuosaurus and Apatosaurus, which could reach 24 metres and 30 tons of weight, it was probably very slow but surely lived in herds and this make it stronger. The path continues with the Spinosaurus, the biggest bipedal carnivorous who ever lived, the Kentrosaurus and the Stegosaurus, well known dinosaurs because their bodies were fully covered with bony plates and so were their tails. On the other side there is the giant Quetzalcoatlus, with its 11 metres of wingspan, was the biggest pterosaurus ever.

The life and death struggle continues near the Ginko Biloba, a famous tree that was thought to be extinct and still considered a living-fossil plant. An hunting scene: three Deinonychus are attaching and hunting an Iguanodon. If we look carefully we can also see an Oviraptor, considered for a very long time an egg taker, brooding its nest.

The park ends with an Adrosaurus and a Parasaurolophus, called duck-billed dinosaurs and nearby them an Ankilosaurus, covered with its bony armor and provided with its club-like tail that could give hard times also to T-Rex. Obviously the T-Rex and the Triceratops are the last two dinosaurs of the park, fighting against each other. The T-Rex is the most famous carnivorous dinosaur of all the time, the king at the top of the food chain. Our T-Rex reach 12 meters, that is real size.

Dinosaurs became extinct at the end of the Mesozoic Era, 65 million years ago. The only one who survived were birds and mammals, that were able to adapt to the climate changes and survive the natural disasters as Vulcan eruptions and meteorite fall. Mammals survived and became bigger and bigger, the dominant animals on the Earth in the Cenozoic Era and for this reason, the characters of the Ice Age as Mammoths, Smilodons and Sloths are represented at the end of this park.