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PHOTOS: The Best and Weirdest Roadside Dinosaurs

The concrete and plastic dinosaurs beside America's highways can be strange and beautiful. Tell us which one you think is the best

Wire Spinosaurus, Granger, Washington

Wire Spinosaurus, Granger, Washington
(Marc Shecter)
1993 the town of Granger, Washington decided to build a number of steel, chickenwire, and cement dinosaurs to attract tourists. The first dinosaur (a “Brontosaurus”) was unveiled the following year, followed by Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, and a number of other famous dinosaurs.

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