Main Ave. and 12th St. by the Giant Car Lever
Please welcome our newest inhabitant – the Spinosaurus. It resides near the southeast entrance to the Washington Pavilion, at the corner of Main Ave. and 12th St. by the Giant Car Lever. Our new Spinosaurus can’t wait to have you visit – but please don’t climb on it.
- Meaning: “Spine Lizard”
- Length: 41 to 59 feet
- Weight: 7 to 23 tons
- Size: Largest carnivorous dinosaur that existed
- Diet: Survived primarily on fish; scientists believe its eating habits resembled that of modern-day crocodiles.
- Time Period Lived: North Africa during the Cretaceous Period
- Human to Spinosaurus Comparison:
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