Meet the Dinosaur Families, social creatures that travel in groups and care for their young. The gregarious behaviors of these North American beings range from nested colonies of hadrosaurs, to flocks of pteurosaurs, to herds of sauropods and ceratopsians.
Hear a Maiasaura roar in joy as it and its three juveniles watch eggs hatch, then listen to the trombone-sounding vocal calls of a Corythosaurus guarding its hatching eggs. Forage in the forests of North America with a Triceratops and its young, while a coastal Pteranodon and its offspring fly overhead. Watch a long-necked Apatosaurus and long-frilled Chasmosaurus munch on vegetation in North America with their young.
Operate an animatronic Apatosaurus using a remote control. Discover fossils while digging through the sand, and uncover fossils by rubbing crayons on paper-covered templates. Take a photograph riding a Triceratops or inside the deadly jaws of a T. rex.
This is an expedition for the whole family!
Two Apatosaurus & Young
Two Apatosaurus and their young roam the North American wetlands.
Chasmosaurus & Young
A Chasmosaurus forages in the North American forests with its young.
Maiasaura with Three Young & Nest
A Maiasaura roars in joy as it and its three juveniles watch eggs hatch.
Triceratops & Two Young
A Triceratops and two of its young graze on plants in North America.
Pteranodon & Young
A Pteranodon and its offspring soar over the coast in search of fish.
Corythosaurus & Nest
A Corythosaurus guards its hatching eggs in North America.
Remote Control Apatosaurus
Operate a robotic Apatosaurus using a remote control.
Discover fossils while digging through the sand.
Uncover fossils by rubbing crayons on paper-covered templates.
Photo Opportunity (T. rex & Triceratops)
Take a photograph riding a Triceratops or inside the deadly jaws of a T. rex.