We spend three days to design the "Jurassic Park" in Edmonton, and spend two months to manufacture more than 50 pieces of dinosaurs. It is a indoor exhibition of the dinosaur history. There is a giant apatosaurus skeleton replica over 15m in the park.
The days of the dinosaurs roar to life again in Jurassic Forest, a 40-acre prehistoric preserve, just minutes from Edmonton and millions of years from the present. Gigantic, life-sized and startlingly realistic dinosaurs live and breathe in Jurassic Forest. Massive and majestic vegetarians like Stegosaurus and Triceratops peacefully graze while deadly meat eaters like Albertosaurus and the lethal Tyrannosaurus rex hunt down their prey or battle one another for supremacy.
Human visitors to the Forest will enjoy guided safaris with expert Jurassic Forest staff. Families, school children and corporate guests will watch dinosaurs in action, dig for ancient remains and camp and picnic in a land populated with plants and animals that ruled the planet 250 million years ago.