Friday Photos: Eccles Dinosaur Park

Ceratosaurus snarls at Eccles Dinosaur Park. Photo by the author.

For many years, I ran a Photo of the Day feature on this blog. Then I killed it. I got bored with it, and there seemed to be little interest in the photostream. But I have piled up so many photos from museums, zoos, national parks, and other places that I feel I should do something with them. So I’m going to try out a weekly post of five photos from some of those places.

I’m kicking things off with a few shots from Eccles Dinosaur Park in Ogden, Utah – a roadside stop inhabited by an aggregation of concrete dinosaurs. Here’s a look at a few of the theropods in the park.

Acrocanthosaurus is looking extra spiky today. Photo by the author.
A pair of coelurosaurs out enjoying the afternoon sun. Photo by the author.
Tyrannosaurus were not the best role models. For one thing, they clearly didn't floss. Photo by the author.
And inside the park's small museum, a bumpy little Allosaurus squats below a skeleton of the famous Jurassic predator. Photo by the author.

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