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Dinosaur Sighting: Another Mini-Golf Dinosaur

It looks like, outside of museums, mini golf courses are a good place to find dinosaurs. After last week's sighting from a defunct Maryland course, the owner of Sudbury, Ontario's Dinosaur Valley Mini Golf let us know that their course boasts more than 20 skeletons of prehistoric animals. Not all o...

One of the many dinosaurs that inhabit Dinosaur Valley Mini Gold. Photo courtesy Josee Rainville.


It looks like, outside of museums, mini golf courses are a good place to find dinosaurs. After last week's sighting from a defunct Maryland course, the owner of Sudbury, Ontario's Dinosaur Valley Mini Golf let us know that their course boasts more than 20 skeletons of prehistoric animals. Not all of them are dinosaurs, and I think I saw a dragon among the mix, but it still looks like one of the most dinosaur-infested courses around.

Have you stumbled across a dinosaur in an unexpected place? If you have, and have a photo of the encounter, send it to us via dinosaursightings@gmail.com!
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Brian Switek

Brian Switek is a freelance science writer specializing in evolution, paleontology, and natural history. He writes regularly for National Geographic's Phenomena blog as Laelaps.

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