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The Boneyard

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At A Glance Kids playground and exploration area in Dinoland USA.

The Boneyard area of Dinoland USA is an exploration area particularly suited to the parks younger guests, where they can dig for fossil dinosaur bones in a large discovery-oriented playground.

The area is themed to resemble a paleontological dig site, complete with a cast replica of a fossilised dinosaur waiting to be discovered. It is also littered with clues about how the dinosaurs lived and ultimitely died.

There are a range of other attractions in the area as well for those not interested in digging for bones. A playable bone xylophone, varoius slides and a fossil filled maze for example, whilst dinosaur footprints (pawprints?) emit a range of roaring sounds when they're stepped in.

The two sides of the Boneyard are linked by the OldenGate Bridge - a gateway structure built out of the giant skeleton of a dinosaur.



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