has its own Dinosaur Park, where life-size
creatures from the Jurassic Era and beyond loom up from the
trees and bushes.
information boards where you can find out their names, sizes
and how and when they lived.
has an Education Centre with videos, exhibits and wall-mounted
illustrations provided by the Dinosaur Society.
also meet traditional farm animals like sheep, cows and pigs
at the park as well as the more unusual ostriches, deer and
Jurassic period, 208 – 145 million years ago, the single huge
continent of Pangea started to divide into two continents, Laurasia
cooler temperatures and higher rainfall of the Jurassic world
created a warm, wet climate that was ideal for reptiles. Although
some inland areas remained as deserts, elsewhere forests and
open plains of ferns grew and rivers and deltas were formed.
long-necked herbivores, like Brachiasaurus and Diplodocus, and
the plated, bird-hipped dinosaurs such as Stegosaurus (with
armoured plates on its back) were among the mighty dinosaurs
which roamed the Jurassic world.
Lenwade, Norwich NR9 5JW
For details and bookings
t: 01603 876312
of the Dinosaur Park
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