<p><br> Climb to the top of a life-size <i>Tyrannosaurus rex</i> for an up-close view of its teeth at this real-world Jurassic park. Purchase souvenirs at a museum shop located inside Ms. Dinny, a 150-ton <i>Apatosaurus</i> considered the largest concrete dino in the world.</p>

Cabazon Dinosaurs, Cabazon, California


Climb to the top of a life-size Tyrannosaurus rex for an up-close view of its teeth at this real-world Jurassic park. Purchase souvenirs at a museum shop located inside Ms. Dinny, a 150-ton Apatosaurus considered the largest concrete dino in the world.

Photograph by Kevin Stanchfield

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