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If you have jurassic park , dinosaur park , theme park , amusement park , kids playground or any kind of attraction event show , our animatronic dinosaurs will always be the best models for attract peoples attention in your place.

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Fourth order from a Croatian customer about Dinosaurs Fossils Digging Replica & Bones Replica & Dinosaur Eggs & Animatronic Dinosaurs

After eleven months, we received the fourth  dinosaur order – dinosaur fossil digging area etc…from our Croatian customers.
Their new park has been built and trial runs.
This time customer need some dinosaur fossils and children’s playground equipment such as animatronic dinosaurs , dinosaur bench etc….to perfect their park.
Below are the design and completion drawings of their park.

The products ordered this time are mainly dinosaur fossil replicas and children’s dinosaur kidding model. The dinosaur fossil digging area is customized according to the photos we found on google.
It is also for the construction of children area in the park.
Not far from the park, there is a scene of a dinosaur fossil site. As a famous site of ancient Egyptian excavation , there will naturally have a large number of visitors from other countries.Therefore, the requirements from customer are extremely professional and high-quality expressiveness, which is a difficult challenge for us .
Below is our engineering production process for making this dinosaurs order.


1).Material: Advance Resin + Fiberglass

2).Movements: None

3).Sounds: None

4).Power: None

5).Accessories included: None

6).Remarks: All of our kids digging dinosaur models made up of well treated metal frame ( international export standard) fleshed with a high density fiberglass and resin , sculpted by our professional artists team , which make an alive-look , good touch and smooth surface of dinosaurs body.

Suitable for indoor and outdoor use .

Can be displayed at Exhibition show , Dino & theme park , Museum , Playground , Exhibition show , Super market etc…

Want to know more about dinosaur fossils replica ? Here we go : https://www.dinosaurs-world.com/product/artificial-fossils-triceratops-head-dwf006/

Dinosaur fossil digging area Making Process In Factory December 10th 2018
Dinosaur Fossil Making Process In Factory December 10th 2018
Dinosaur Fossil Making Process In Factory December 18th 2018-1
Dinosaur Fossil Making Process In Factory December 18th 2018-1
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Dinosaur Fossil Making Process In Factory December 18th 2018-2
Robotic Dinosaur And Dinosaur Fossils Replica Finished In Factory December 27th 2018-1
Robotic Dinosaur And Dinosaur Fossils Replica Finished In Factory December 27th 2018-1
Robotic Dinosaur And Dinosaur Fossils Replica Finished In Factory December 27th 2018-2
Robotic Dinosaur And Dinosaur Fossils Replica Finished In Factory December 27th 2018-2
Robotic Dinosaur And Dinosaur Fossils Replica Transported From Factory To Shenzhen Port January 4th 2019
Robotic Dinosaur And Dinosaur Fossils Replica Transported From Factory To Shenzhen Port January 4th 2019

Second Animatronic Dinosaur Order Finished For Romanian Customer In Our Factory

Someone like Triceratops very much , but a few people know that there is a dinosaur which looking similar with Triceratops but with more horns on its head , we called it Styracosaurus.

Styracosaurus was a relatively large dinosaur, reaching lengths of 5.5 metres (18 feet) and weighing nearly 3.2 tonnes. It stood about 1.8 meters (5.8 feet) tall. Styracosaurus possessed four short legs and a bulky body. Its tail was rather short enable to keep the balance of the body.

Customer like Styracosaurus very much and ask us to customize this dinosaur according to the photo on google , and after 20 days hard working by our engineers in factory , we have finished this dinosaur park animatronic dinosaurs – Styracosaurus for our dinosaur park customer in Romania.

Here below are the photos and video when we finished this animatronic dinosaur order in our factory for you reference.

DWD133 Artificial Customized Dinosaur Styracosaurus 1pc

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DWD133 Dinosaur park Styracosaurus
DWD133	 dinosaur park animatronic dinosaurs Styracosaurus
DWD133 Artificial Customized Dinosaur Styracosaurus
DWD133	 Artificial Customized Dinosaur Styracosaurus
DWD133 Artificial Customized Dinosaur Styracosaurus

All of our animatronic dinosaurs are lifelike appearance, flexible movements with vivid roaring, loved by visitors in the amusement park , Jurassic dinosaur theme parks, indoor dinosaur museums, and many kinds of prehistorical exhibitions.

We consult with paleontologists to ensure each animatronic dinosaur are customized based on the correct scientific data.

We also can design and produce many kinds of animatronic dinosaurs according to customer’s requirements and specifications.

Start to share your ideas right now , you will have your own dinosaurs with high quality and our reasonable price.

Any questions just email to info@robotdinos.com 🙂

How We Customize Animatronic Dinosaurs For Our European Dinosaur Park Customer

Romanian customers contact us again after ordering our indoor dinosaur exhibition products for one year.

Customer in their dinosaur park needs to purchase a new batch of animatronic dinosaur for the celebration of the fourth anniversary of the park which will be held from June 15th to 17th.

The theme for this year is ” the end of the hegemony ” , which means there will be a large number of children going to visit their dinosaur park.
They want to show a scene which the time is the end of the Cretaceous period.

A Styracosaurus rest in the bushes when the fierce Tyrannosaurus was quietly approaching it. The sky instantly became dark just when it was about to reach the Triceratops. And a huge fireball not far away fell from the sky .

This is the moment when the planet hit Earth on 65 million years ago. It changed the dominance of dinosaurs and also changed the life structure of the whole earth.
Children will learn and understand something in this real simulation scenarios.

Knowledge is not just a source book, but more importantly a source of life. This is the philosophy that Romanian customers want to convey.

Isn’t this also our philosophy? Not overpacking on sales, we are just making real, safety and high quality dinosaur products.

DWD133 Styracosaurus Making Process In Factory June 16th 2017
DWD133 Styracosaurus Making Process In Factory June 16th 2017
DWD133 Styracosaurus Making Process In Factory June 19th 2017
DWD133 Styracosaurus Making Process In Factory June 19th 2017
Indoor Dinosaur Exhibition Styracosaurus Finished In  Factory June 26th 2017
Indoor Dinosaur Exhibition Styracosaurus Finished In Factory June 26th 2017
Indoor Dinosaur Exhibition Styracosaurus Packing Finished In Factory June 30th 2017
DWD133 Styracosaurus Packing Finished In Factory June 30th 2017
DWD133 Styracosaurus Transported From Factory To Shenzhen Port July 3th 2017
DWD133 Styracosaurus Transported From Factory To Shenzhen Port July 3th 2017

New Dinosaur Species Which is close relative with triceratops, the regaliceratops, discovered in Canada

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An artist’s reconstruction of the new horned dinosaur Regaliceratops peterhewsi. Illustration: Julius T. Csotonyi/Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta.

When fossil experts first clapped eyes on the skull, it was clearly from a strange, horned dinosaur. When they noticed how stunted the bony horns were, its nickname, Hellboy, was assured.

The near-complete skull of the 70 million-year-old beast was spotted by chance 10 years ago, protruding from a cliff that runs along the Oldman river south of Calgary in Alberta, Canada.

Painstakingly excavated, cleaned up and measured since then, the fossilised remains have now been identified as a relative of the three-horned triceratops, and the first example of a horned dinosaur to be found in that region of North America.

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The near-complete regaliceratops skull, first spotted protruding from a cliff in Alberta, Canada. Photograph: Sue Sabrowski/Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta

Like triceratops, the new species was a herbivore. But it sported a more impressive shield, or frill, at the back of its skull, decorated with large triangular and pentagonal plates. The extraordinary features led researchers to name the new species Regaliceratops peterhewsi, a reference to the impressive crown-like frill, and to Peter Hews, a Calgary-based geologist who first spotted part of the skull jutting from the rockface in 2005.

Researchers came up with the Hellboy nickname long before they had liberated the full skull from the cliff face. The main reason was that the rock the fossil was embedded in was incredibly hard, making excavation a hellish, and years-long, task. That job was made even tougher because the Oldman river is a protected fish-breeding ground, meaning the scientists had to erect a dam at the site to prevent debris from the excavation falling into the river.

“It was a coincidence, but when we noticed that the skull had these short horns over the eyes, that really solidified the nickname,” Caleb Brown at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology in Alberta told the Guardian. In the Hellboy comics and movies, the eponmymous demon grinds his horns to stumps with an electric sander to help him fit in with mere mortals.

But the horns of the dinosaur tell a more interesting story. Triceratops belonged to a group of horned dinosaurs called chasmosaurines. These had a small horn over the nose and two larger horns over the eyes. And while regaliceratops is definitely a chasmosaurine, it has a long nose horn and puny horns over its eyes. These features, opposite to those characteristic of triceratops, are seen in a different group of horned dinosaurs, called centrosaurines, which were extinct by the time regaliceratops came along.

The bizarre mix of features is an example of convergent evolution, where one species evolves bodily characteristics that arose separately in other species through the course of prehistory. Brown and his colleague, Donald Henderson, describe the creature’s remains in Current Biology.

“This is a really interesting new dinosaur,” said Steve Brusatte, a vertebrate paleontologist at Edinburgh University. “It’s a close relative of triceratops, but it’s horns and skull frill are very different. They look a lot more like other types of horned dinosaurs that lived earlier in time, which went extinct before triceratops thrived.

“What it’s indicating is that there was massive convergence between the horns and frills of those horned dinosaurs that were thriving during the final few million years before the asteroid hit and killed off the dinosaurs. Because this new dinosaur is one of the latest surviving horned dinosaurs, living at a similar time as triceratops, it is also telling us that horned dinosaurs remained quite diverse right until the end. To me, this is a strong hint that these dinosaurs were at or near the top of their game when that asteroid fell out of the sky,” he said.

Jurassic World Unleashes A Ton Of Dinosaur Mayhem In New Footage From CinemaCon


It was just this past Sunday that Universal Pictures released the brand new trailer for Jurassic World, revealing some previously unseen footage, and putting on a show of some serious dinosaur action. Well, it turns out that wasn’t the only big preview that the studio had planned for the upcoming blockbuster this week, as a brand new sizzle reel just debuted at CinemaCon.

Wrapping up the week for the Las Vegas-based theater owners convention, Universal had their big studio presentation this afternoon, and after showing off a great deal of footage from a number of films on their upcoming slate, the company closed things out by debuting clips from Jurassic World edited together for the CinemaCon crowd. Director Colin Trevorrow and star Chris Pratt were on hand to introduce the footage, promising big things for the blockbuster this summer.


Rather surprisingly, the reel began with not dinosaur action, but instead a wild pig running through what looks like a wild forest – pretty clearly running from something in fear. A voice calls out that there is a pig on the loose, and it becomes clear that the pig isn’t actually wild, but instead running around inside of a dinosaur paddock. From a trestle way above, a Jurassic World employee reaches down with an animal wrangling pole, but discovers in the worst way that the pig is moving too fast. This is because he winds up actually getting knocked off the railing and falls into the enclosure below. This wouldn’t be that bad, but the pen actually belongs to a pack of Velociraptors who are hunting and very happy to have a new kind of meat locked in with them. This sends everyone into alert mode, but it’s Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) who comes to the rescue, getting out in front of the fallen employee and holding out his arms in the hope of calming the creatures down.


From there we see some of the footage that has already been in the trailers about the brand new attraction at Jurassic World, the genetically modified Indominus rex. It’s explained by Bryce Dallas Howard’s Claire Dearing that ticket sales spike whenever a new attraction is introduced, so corporate has decided that it would be best to introduce a new kind of dinosaur: one that is made from a secret cocktail of DNA and “built” to be bigger than the T-rex. Things start to get scary when it’s revealed that this new dinosaur actually killed its own sibling while in captivity, but things get much, much worse when it’s discovered that the creature is escaping.

From there we see Owen right outside of the Indomnius rex pen during the breakout, and he is understandably terrified. He hides under a truck as he watches people around him get stepped on and eaten, and then takes the initiative to crack the car’s fuel line and cover himself in gasoline to hide his scent. With nobody left to kill, the Indomnius rex begins to sniff around for more prey, and while Owen does his best to stay absolutely still, the giant dinosaur’s maw appears right next to the vehicle, both sniffing around and baring its teeth.

From this moment the footage cuts and has Owen calling for evacuation of the park – but in what very well could be an homage to Jaws, it’s explained by Claire that the Indominus rex is four miles out from the rest of Jurassic World and that evacuating the park is an overreaction. Unfortunately, it’s becoming clear that the loose dino is very interested in where it stands on Earth’s food chain, and Owen warns that what it winds up discovering only spells bad news. The creature’s intelligence is demonstrated when it’s noted that it has managed to remove its embedded tracking chip, and things only get worse when Owen and Claire find a field of dead Apatosauruses and realize that the dinosaur is not killing for food, but instead for fun.

The sizzle concluded with two sequences, the first moving away from the Owen and Claire action and instead focusing on Zach and Gray, the young brothers played by Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins. They are in a travel orb checking out Jurassic World, and have slowed down to check out a pack of Ankylosauruses. Zach remarks how incredible it is to be so close to four living, breathing dinosaurs – but Gray corrects him and tells him that he means five. While the former doesn’t understand what he means at first, they both then turn to discover that the Indominus rex is right behind them, and begins to do its best to break into the orb.

Finally, the action then moved into the park proper, where Pterodactyls have been set loose from their enclosure due to a crashing helicopter, and begin terrorizing the many patrons of the theme park. One of the flying dinosaurs manages to grab a person and drops them over water – but then a giant Mosasaurus leaps out of the water and snatches the Pterodactyl with its giant jaws.

It was definitely a cool preview that did a good job of further exploring some of the interesting elements revealed in the trailer earlier this week, and we’re excited to see how it all comes together when Jurassic World arrives in theaters on June 12th.

Scientist’s Discover New Species Of Dinosaur


Despite the dinosaur’s extinction millions of years ago by what is thought to be believed by doom by a wayward comet, scientists have recently discovered an entirely new species that may have roamed the world 100 million years ago.
The species has been nicknamed the Sibirosaurus, a creature though to be related to the giant Titanosaurs, which are believed to have grown 40 meters tall and weigh 100 tonnes.
Titanosaurs were some of the biggest dinosaurs ever discovered up to date, and were the equivalent of NINE African elephants, or NINE double decker buses, at the astonishing 100 tonnes.
Titanosaurs have very long necks, whip-like tails, tiny heads, and thick stump-like legs. They were strict herbivores and were armored with small bony plates along their backs, which helped protect them from oncoming predators as they grazed. Titanosaurs are a diverse group of sauropod dinosaurs that includes the Saltasaurus, Diplodocus, and Brachiosaurus, and now the newly discovered Sibirosaurus.scientists_3249178b
It is believed some of the species used their long tails to crack whip like to deter predators, or make sonic booms. They are named after the mythical Titans of Ancient Greece, giant Demi-gods of incredible strength that rivaled the Gods.
The find by experts from the Tomsk State University was made in Russia, in Western Siberia, near the village of Shestakovo in the Kemerovo region in the Southwest, whose fossils were encased in rocks on the bank of the neighboring Kiya River. The university extracted fragments from fossils from the sandstone there. The area is known to be a dinosaur necropolis.
Based on preliminary examinations, the Sibirosaurus is thought to have been a very large herbivore, and rivaled the Titanosaurs, at 20 meters tall.
Experts say it took years of research just to uncover that it was its own separate species.
Dr. Stephan Ivantsov, a scientist from the university working in the Laboratory for Mesozoic and Cenozoic Continental Ecosystems said, “When we discovered this finding, it was only clear that the remains belonged to a very large herbivorous dinosaur from the sauropods group. It was the first scientifically described dinosaur from this group in Russia.”
The dinosaur is thought have lived in the Cretaceous period, about 100 million years ago. The newly discovered giant is named Sibirosaurus, after Sibir, the Russian word for Siberia. Experts believe a foot that was found at the same location in 1995 may also belong to the newly discovered species.
For anyone interested in traveling to see them, the bones, including a shoulder blade, and a cervical vertebrae, will be exhibited permanently in Paleontological Museum at Tomsk State University.

Dinosaur footprints uncovered on beach after giant tide


(NEW YORK) — A giant tide on France’s North Atlantic coast on Saturday enabled paleontologists to find hundreds of dinosaur footprints on a beach in the Western region of Vendee.

The 200 million-year-old footprints measure about 17 inches wide and are only visible when the tide is low. They were discovered in 1963 by a local engineer and chemist Gilbert Bessonnat.

“This open-air museum of dinosaur footprints counts among the richest we have from the Jurassic era,” local authorities said on the city hall website.

France’s National Hydrographic Service was expecting more than 15.3 yards difference between low tide on Saturday afternoon and high tide in the evening.

The trail would have been left by animals measuring between 8-feet 2-inches and 9-feet 10-inches, amateur paleontologists told French TV while visiting the site. A dozen different species are known to have lived on a 26,000-foot tall mountain, now a cliff eroding into a beach.

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Birmingham scientists discover killer dinosaur newt the size of a car



Artist impression of the newt, Metoposaurus algarvensis which has been discovered by scientists
A killer newt the size of a small car terrorised lakes and rivers during the rise of the dinosaurs, Birmingham scientists have discovered.

The ferocious amphibian, a distant relative of salamanders living today, took the place of crocodiles as one of the Earth’s top predators more than 200 million years ago.

Fossil remains of the species, Metoposaurus algarvensis, were found buried at the site of an ancient lake in southern Portugual which may have been home to several hundred of the creatures, said scientists.

Report author Dr Richard Butler, from the University of Birmingham, said: “Most modern amphibians are pretty tiny and harmless. But back in the Triassic these giant predators would have made lakes and rivers pretty scary places to be.”

Dr Steve Brusatte, from the University of Edinburgh’s School of GeoSciences, who led a study of Metoposaurus published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, added: “This new amphibian looks like something out of a bad monster movie.

“It was as long as a small car and had hundreds of sharp teeth in its big flat head, which kind of looks like a toilet seat when the jaws snap shut. It was the type of fierce predator that the very first dinosaurs had to put up with if they strayed too close to the water, long before the glory days of T.rex and Brachiosaurus.”

The family of giant salamander-like amphibians to which Metoposaurus belonged included other species found in parts of modern-day Africa, Europe, India and North America.

All were wiped out during a mass extinction 201 million years ago, long before the death of the dinosaurs.

This event marked the end of the Triassic Period, when the super landmass of Pangaea, which included all the world’s present-day continents, began to break apart.

The extinction killed off many groups of vertebrates, including giant amphibians, and paved the way for dinosaurs to take over the Earth.

Members of the Portuguese Metoposaurus colony are thought to have died when the lake they inhabited dried up.

Only a four square metre fraction of the site has been excavated so far, and work is continuing in the hope of unearthing more fossils.

Inside the Museum at Prairiefire, dinosaur research roars to life

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Erica Knetter and daughter Emma Knetter, 5, of Tonganoxie, Kan., studied an exhibit on Tyrannosaurus rex in motion Saturday at the opening of “ Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries” at the Museum at Prairiefire in Overland Park. The exhibit runs through July 12. SUSAN PFANNMULLER SPECIAL TO THE STAR Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article15766115.html#storylink=cpy


Jake Barbara had long bought into the “ Jurassic Park” myth that a Tyrannosaurus rex could keep pace with a speeding vehicle.

That thinking was destroyed quickly Saturday when the 11-year-old and his family toured the “ Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries” exhibit at the Museum at Prairiefire.

When dinosaurs ruled Earth, the T. rex stood about 12 feet tall, weighed 15,500 pounds and was about 40 feet long. That “ Jurassic Park” scene where the dinosaur escapes an electric fence and tries to make an evening snack of the frightened occupants of a fleeing Jeep was moviemaking poetic license.

In reality, T. rex was a slowpoke, perhaps not able to run at all. Its top speed barely hit 10 mph.

“I was disappointed,” said Jake, who attends California Trail Middle School in Olathe. “But I still think they look cool.”

The exhibit at the Overland Park museum opened Saturday and runs through July 12. It features a full-size cast skeleton of a T. rex, a variety of fossil specimens and fossil casts, interactive and touchable features, mounted dinosaur skulls and a 60-foot-long model of an Apatosaurus skeleton. Three large high-definition video screens behind the Apatosaurus illustrate the fossil skeleton.

Jake had bugged his parents for months to take him to the museum.

The exhibit was created by the American Museum of Natural History in New York. It examines how paleontologists have used enhanced technology to investigate and re-examine beliefs about dinosaurs.

For example, dinosaurs such as the T. rex may have had feathers and did not drag their tails while walking.

“We have enough facts to feed our brains and give us some real information,” said Uli Sailer Das, the museum’s executive director. “But there are so many unknowns about them that a lot is left to the imagination. The science keeps on progressing and they are making new discoveries.”

Taylor Jones of Kansas City was thrilled as she and her family walked through the exhibit. The fifth-grader earlier created her own mosasaur while using an interactive feature. The display allowed Taylor to create the creature and then have it appear moments later on video screens in the entrance of the museum.

“It looked pretty cool and I wanted to learn something about it,” she said. “I really haven’t learned anything about dinosaurs before, so this will really help me in school.”

The dinosaur exhibit also featured the Liaoning Forest, which was in eastern Asia. The 700-square-foot diorama depicts a variety of animals that lived in the forest 130 million years ago.

“We discover new species and we learn new information about dinosaurs all of the time,” Das said. “We now think that T. rex was covered in feathers and may have even had a feathered head crest.

“I bet that is new to a lot of people.”