The Center for Cretaceous Studies
and most likely the world's ONLY
Live Dinosaur Reserve & Theme Park
|ALL DINO SPECIES ARE NOW AT THE CENTE.... WHAT TH
|And So The Final Round Ups Continue
PROUD MEMBER OF THE MID-AMERICA PALEONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY
even though they asked us to go away
the official CRETACEOUSLAND! website you poor misguided soul.!
You've just discovered the only LIVE Dinosaur reserve and theme park on the entire planet! You're also about to discover
one more thing: ALL the DinoResidents are now back indoors at The Center for the
coming winter season. They'll be staying inside the Indoor Paddocks until the 2015
Spring DinoMove. Nice Timing, Pal!
When they do return next spring, here's what you can expect. Right here you can overload your senses -- and probably
your underwear -- all the while seeing real, live, breathing, roaring, ferocious, meat-eating, ravenous, killer Dinosaurs
in the great outdoors!
You'll experience Terrible Lizards that will tear you, your family, your friends, and people you don't even know, to shreds
with no hesitation whatsoever with a devastation so severe it will actually hurt your ancestors. But don't worry...
you can still pet them!
As the world's only live DinoReserve, CRETACEOUSLAND! is located only a quick
ambulance ride from The Center for Cretaceous Studies. In fact, we fight over the
same parking spots.
So detailed and exact in the presentation of natural Cretaceous Period conditions, our scientists have gone to great lengths
(+/-2 centimeters) to raise the same vegetation found dozens of millions of years ago -- much to the chagrin of the U.S. EPA.
We've been in court over most of this stuff for decades.
In the meantime, we've allowed you the opportunity to see Cretaceous Period flora and fauna in outdoor Habitats as they originally
and naturally appeared 65+ MA (Million Years Ago), or BA as we call it (Before Asteroid). This also gives you an excellent
chance to contract some heretofore unknown and incurable prehistoric disease or allergy! See? It just keeps getting better
and better, doesn't it?
Take a moment or three and see what's in store for you and your family this summer when you resign yourself into visiting
CRETACEOUSLAND! as a last ditch vacation idea, which it usually is.
Educational? Nope. Fun? Nah. Good value for the money? No way.
None of these apply here. But odds are, you'll never get to, er... want to... leave!
site for future news and information, as the CRETACEOUSLAND! company information (aka: water cooler rumors), found below,
is updated every few days during the season!
We think you'll agree with that one guy who made it out of here alive:
A day at CRETACEOUSLAND! is like no other!
|CEO & FOUNDER JUST BEFORE BEING ASKED TO LEAVE DIG
|Booted From Hundreds Of Sites Hasn't Stopped Him From Screwing Up Around Here
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The Latest And Sorta-Kinda-Up To Date Information On Who...What...Where...When...And Why ME?
On All Things CRETACEOUSLAND!
LAST UPDATED 27 OCTOBER 2014
REALLY BIG SKULL, OTHER STUFF UNCOVERED IN HAB85
Thing Is Big, Says Guy
A portion of a really big skull and what appears to be just as big teeth or perhaps tusks have been uncovered in southeastern
Habitat (HAB)85, and experts (if we can call them that) say a rare entire skeleton might be buried there.
Cretaceousland! experts estimate the huge, gigantic, mammoth skull belonged to a DinoResident that was about 16 years old
and lived about 70,000 to 120,000 hours, or something like that, in what was a savanna-like Habitat that is now populated
with large, pretty leaves.
The skeleton was spotted earlier this month by an employee out picking berries inside a live DinoResident Habitat and working
as a volunteer for Cretaceousland!. It was partially excavated by the volunteer until he became extinct - if you know what
A DinoDig team had to postpone their work Oct. 18 as the football season began, completing some of their tasks while standing
at the bar of The Horseshoe Road Inn. They plan to return next summer when the bowling season begins.
"Nobody wants to see that. It gives us a little more time to drink and if this is a complete really big skull as it looks
to be, to get the defense funds together," said Tom Sunsgazell, Collections Manager at a local agency. "This is going
to require a substantial amount of drinking to go out and excavate a really big, dare I say mammoth, skull inside a live Dinosaur
He said more bones remained in the bank that couldn't immediately be removed because the bank closed at 3. "There may be
a whole animal there, so that is rare," Sunsgazell said. He was unable to provide figures for how many banks have animal
Nearly all dead or dying DinoResidents become a food source for other species. Only when a smaller species is responsible
for the dispatching of a dead animal do any bones remain. To find an entire skull is very rare.
The area, Sungazell said, has produced various species over the decades, ranging from 4-ft Avimimus portentous, 6-ft
Huaxiagnathus orientalis, and giant Giganotosaurus carolinii. One of the most often found feeding on deceased
DinoResidents are 6-ft Dromaeosaurus albertensis, somewhat similar to Velociraptor but larger and with giant
"It's a very important site,"Sunsgazell said, then for some odd reason naming a time period that ran from 1.8 minutes
ago to 10,000 nanoseconds ago. "We have researchers from all over the company coming here to study this giant skull."
Besides the enormous skull, there are also tracks of other predators where they crossed into HAB85 eons of nanoseconds ago.
Sunsgazell said he hopes to have the portions of the mammoth skull the team managed to get out put on display early next year
if he can find a spot over his fireplace. "My crew is mainly students so they get paid with beer," he said. "These
skulls aren't things that are very unusual."
Read the REAL story: Mammoth skull, tusks uncovered in Idaho