• Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. Rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved.
  • Dino Safari features fossils, interactive games, cutting-edge research, and many varieties of advanced animatronic dinosaurs.
  • Dig up ancient fossils, see how you measure up to the massive T. rex, and race a Raptor.
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Visitor appeal

  • Over 20 full-scale, moving, scientifically accurate animatronic dinosaurs with smooth, and realistic movements provide a thrill.

  • Easy-to-access audio guide (available in both English and Spanish) provides an entertaining storyline to follow along as you walk through the experience full of scientifically accurate educational information about dinosaurs.

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Based on real science!

DR. GREGORY M. ERICKSON, a world-renowned paleontologist, is the Senior Scientific Advisor for Dino Safari.

One of only 150 full-time professional dinosaur paleontologists in the world, Dr. Erickson received his doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley and conducted post-doctoral research at Stanford University and Brown University before joining the faculty at Florida State University in Tallahassee. Dr. Erickson’s research focuses primarily on dinosaur growth, life history, physiology, behavior, and feeding biomechanics. He is curator of the University’s zoological museum, and holds research appointments with the American Museum of Natural History in New York, The Field Museum in Chicago, and university of Alaska’s Museum of the North in Fairbanks.

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Dr. Erickson’s notable discoveries include:

  1. Determining the growth rates of dinosaurs showing they were likely warm-blooded.
  2. Discovering the age, growth rates and evolution of giantism in T. rex.
  3. Revealing that Archaeopteryx (the first bird) was physiologically more like a dinosaur than a modern bird.
  4. Pioneering studies on dinosaurian population biology (e.g. survivorship, mortality rates).
  5. Recognition of a “lost world” of polar-adapted dinosaurs.
  6. Co-naming a half dozen dinosaurs including Guanlong(a fully-feathered tyrannosaur), Anchiornis (a miniature four-winged gliding raptor) and Ugrunaaluk(a polar duck-billed dinosaur).

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