September 28, 2009
Our latest Dinosaur Sighting (and a special Monday edition since Friday brought the exciting news of Anchiornis) comes from the Denver Botanical Gardens, where this year’s fall maze is a Tyrannosaurus carved out of a cornfield. This bit of artistic gardening coincides with the park’s current “Jurassic Garden” exhibit, which features living relatives of prehistoric plants right alongside dinosaur statues.
If you have any photos of Denver’s “Jurassic Garden”, or have spotted a dinosaur in another place that you did not expect, send those pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. You might see them featured here!
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