November 7, 2016: Dinosaurs Live on at a Prehistoric Park in NJ

November 06, 2016 at 12:01 pm

It just takes a short trip to Leonia, New Jersey to travel more than 65 million years back in time. At Field Station: Dinsosaurs, paleontologists-in-training get a peek into a prehistoric world and learn how to study it as a scientist. The park is covered with more than 30 life-sized robotic dinosaurs, including several that lived – and died – in New Jersey. MetroFocus reporter Andrea Vasquez visited the Jurassic site.

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