The Ruyang or Huanghetitan ruyangensis may have been a new discovery for paleontologists in China, but the residents of Shaping Village had used its fossil bones for decades in traditional medicines. The community believed that the bones belonged to a flying dragon and had healing properties. Because of this, paleontologists have only been able to recover 40 percent of its remains.
Prepare to enter a world of huge, hulking herbivores and fierce, flesh-eating carnivores – a world with continents very different from our own.
Prepare for Dinosaurs Alive! at Dorney Park! With the most animatronic dinosaurs in the Mid-Atlantic, it’s the dawn of a new era of thrills.
Tickets to this one-of-a-kind experience are just $5 per person!
Please note that Dinosaurs Alive! is located inside of Dorney Park and is a pay-per-experience attraction that not included with Park admission.