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We have more than 200 life-size dinosaurs to astound you!

The stars of our theme park are our 200-plus dinosaurs. You can find a complete list here.
The Jurassic giants such as Brachiosaurus, Diplodocus or Barosaurus will impress you with their enormous size. Large therapods such as Allosaurus, Gorgosaurus and the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex will remind you how dangerous they once were. But there are also many other, smaller dinosaur species with interesting shapes to discover and admire.
Many dinosaurs are presented in scenes that – if you let your imagination flow – help you envisage how they lived and fought for survival in primeval times. You will find informative explanations in German and English on how and when every dinosaur lived.

  • Tyrannosaurus

    One of the most well-known dinosaurs is the Tyrannosaurus. Its incredible body length of some 15 metres and enormous jaws full of sharp teeth must have struck terror into many animals. The therapod probably grabbed and killed its victims outright between its jaws.

  • Deinosuchus

    A Deinosuchus drags itself up the slope. The name translates as “terrible crocodile”. The largest crocodile in the history of the Earth, it could reach a body length of 18 metres. Its skull alone was 3 metres long.

  • Camarasaurus

    Heavy rain has flooded large parts of the landscape. The shallow pools of water left behind have made the soil swampy and extremely dangerous. The Camarasaurus (the large dinosaur on the right) has spotted this too late and fallen prey to the swamp.

  • Allosaurus and Stegosaurus

    Fierce resistance: the Allosaurus, almost lying on the ground, underestimated its opponent, the Stegosaurus. Its lightning attack has gone wrong. The Stegosaurus has wounded it severely with its powerful tail.

  • Antrodemus and Camptosaurus

    Two Antrodemus are putting the Camptosaurus in big trouble. Their jaws gaping and teeth bared, the two pounce on their almost defenceless victim.

  • Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus

    Giant herbivores: the Brachiosaurus (left) measured up to 15 metres and the Diplodocus (right) up to 30 metres.

  • Dilophosaurus and Scutellosaurus

    A Scutellosaurus has not managed to outrun the dangerous Dilophosaurs. They have it firmly in their jaws and are tearing it apart.

  • Eustreptospondylus

    A dangerous encounter between two Eustreptospondyluses. Just one of the two will live on in this hunting ground.

  • Ornitholestes

    In the undergrowth, dozens of little Diplodocus young struggle out of the eggs laid beneath the earth, through the forest floor to the surface. Only a few will manage to escape the hungry Ornitholestes which have already spotted the movement in the undergrowth.

  • Heterodontosaurus

    Two male Heterodontosaurus fight over a female, trying to impress one another.

  • Ankylosaurus


  • Pachycephalosaurus


  • Polacanthus


  • Triceratops