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  • The Dinosaurs of Disneyland

    I love paleontology and through Cal Tech, I've had a chance to meet some of the the big names in the field. I have noticed some of my favorite fossils from the dinosaur world in the Disneyland Resort, and thought I'd review them in pictures -- enjoy!







    Both a mammoth and a sabertooth tiger in the same fossil field! Hmm...













    Is this a dinosaur? No, it's actually Pete's Dragon, but somehow it fits here!

    Last edited by RobotMirror; 11-06-2006, 03:23 PM.

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    Say hi to John Hammond for me and tell him that it's 1955, not 1956.

    You're also missing Lucky!


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      Thanks, Froggy. (If I may call you Froggy)

      The whole Primeval World thing often gets overlooked in the Pantheon of Disneyland attractions, and it is one of my favourite bits of the Railroad.
      I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out. - Bill Hicks

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        what is the name of the dinosaur that makes that horrible noise??!!??

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          Re: The Dinosaurs of Disneyland

          Originally posted by Loomis View Post
          The whole Primeval World thing often gets overlooked in the Pantheon of Disneyland attractions, and it is one of my favourite bits of the Railroad.

          There was a time when I was younger where I wished they did full scale animatronic scenes from Walt Disney's Fantasia for the railroad. The dinosaurs in the primeval world reminds me of The Rite of Spring.


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            Re: The Dinosaurs of Disneyland

            Originally posted by anaheimgirl79 View Post
            what is the name of the dinosaur that makes that horrible noise??!!??
            Barney.
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              I wish that they had incorporated the whimsical cave men from the World's Fair attraction into the diarama. I think it would have made it more entertaining. Does anyone know if those cave men exist somewhere at Imagineering or have been completely scrapped???

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                Cool Picture thread concept! Thanks for sharing

                A love of Disney that sometimes borders on the edge of crazy ---but I'm okay with that

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                  I love this thread Frogberto! My husband is also very into paleontology, he always shakes his head at some of the so-called dinosaurs in Primeval World. I always have to remind him we are at Disneyland, and then he reminds me that people are getting bad information etc...

                  Do you think the Mammoth and Saber tooth tiger are the ones from Ice Age, and that's why they are together? :lol: Hee , hee, hee...

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                    Re: The Dinosaurs of Disneyland

                    Originally posted by Angelica Gracey View Post
                    I love this thread Frogberto! My husband is also very into paleontology, he always shakes his head at some of the so-called dinosaurs in Primeval World. I always have to remind him we are at Disneyland, and then he reminds me that people are getting bad information etc...

                    Do you think the Mammoth and Saber tooth tiger are the ones from Ice Age, and that's why they are together? :lol: Hee , hee, hee...
                    Thanks! Don't get me started about the totally anatomically incorrect T-Rex that they have in that diorama - Disney, that thing needs to be fixed/updated like now!

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                      OMG! You sound just like my husband, the T-Rex is the one that sets him off too! You 2 should ride the train together and have a discussion...

                      Too bad my husband and I didn't get sit next to at the lunch... I could just imagine the converation - Amazing Randy & Dinos...

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                        Originally posted by DarkRider View Post
                        Barney.
                        :lmao:
                        "I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. "Groucho Marx

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                          Originally posted by Frogberto View Post
                          Thanks! Don't get me started about the totally anatomically incorrect T-Rex that they have in that diorama - Disney, that thing needs to be fixed/updated like now!

                          How so is the T-rex not anatomically correct?You rode the train and didn't tell me
                          Originally posted by LlamaLover
                          Okay I just have to derail this thread one more time because JCG that was not a bad joke, it was high-lar-e-us! It is a good thing I was not drinking something because it would have ended up all over my screen. This image of your cat, fully dressed, requesting a photo shoot (in an English accent mind you) just really got to me. Wow, I need to go catch my breath and maybe see what was in that bottled water I was drinking earlier...

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                            Cool thread, Froggy! I could have sworn this thread was going to be about older/obsolete attractions before I opened it...





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                              Enjoyed the pics thanks for sharing.

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