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Land of the Dinosaurs Introduction

The Land of the Dinosaurs is an interactive exhibition in your town. Fill the empty stands with prehistoric reptiles and earn rewards for having the full ensemble.

Requires level 71 and 7,500 coins to restore. It's the 3rd upgradeable decoration added to the game.

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"Have you ever thought about opening a dinosaur exhibit? It could make a fantastic set for a movie! Just imagine: scientists clone a T-rex, and then a superhero saves the world…"

The movie director's introduction "The Land of the Dinosaurs is a cool interactive exhibition for your town! Let's buy the first reptile and see what it can do. Fill the stands of the interactive exhibit with animated dinosaurs. The new decoration will pretty up your town, and having the full ensemble will earn you 25 Township cash."

So fierce! Five more to go and we'll have a real prehistoric park. Fill the stands of the exhibition with animated dinosaurs.

Completing the Land of the Dinosaurs

Completing the Land of the Dinosaurs requires: 1,000,000 coins, and 182 goods including:

Amount Image Good Dinosaur
41 Plastic.png Plastic Velociraptor, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus
14 Cotton fabric.png Cotton Fabric Velociraptor
62 Rubber.png Rubber Pterodactyl, Tyrannosaurus, Ankylosaurus
15 Silk fabric.png Silk Fabric Pterodactyl
14 Glue.png Glue Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops
18 Paper.png Paper Stegosaurus
18 Yarn.png Yarn Ankylosaurus

Land of the Dinosaurs Completed

"Movie studios all dream about sets like this one! Here's the payment for letting us shoot there. You'll also see your name in the credits."

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The new decoration will pretty up your town, and having the full ensemble will earn you
25 Tcash. You'll also earn a total of 15,400 experience and unlock Profile Pic 25.
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Land of the Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Description Materials Needed Cost XP
Velociraptors
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While paleontologists still argue about whether these reptiles had feathers, they all agree that they were the smartest dinosaurs of all. • 9 Plastic
• 14 Cotton Fabric
Coin.png 90,000 2513
Pterodactyl
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These dinosaurs couldn't walk, so they had to live in tall trees. Like bats, they slept with their head down and could easily spread wings to fly if they fell. • 15 Rubber
• 15 Silk Fabric
Coin.png 110,000 2527
Tyrannosaurus
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These reptiles had keen senses and could feel the slightest vibrations. Also, their tiny arms, despite looking useless, were strong enough to hold their prey. • 23 Rubber
• 8 Glue
Coin.png 250,000 2625
Stegosaurus
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Very large and heavily built, these dinosaurs also had a so-called "second brain" in their tail to keep them safe from predators. • 21 Plastic
• 18 Paper
Coin.png 210,000 2597
Triceratops
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These reptiles recognized each other by their unique frills. They could also recognize age by the direction of their horns: backward was typical for juveniles. • 11 Plastic
• 6 Glue
Coin.png 180,000 2576
Ankylosaurus
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Even the eye sockets of these dinosaurs were covered in armor. They also had fierce spikes, boney knobs, and a tail club that made them practically invincible. • 24 Rubber
• 18 Yarn
Coin.png 160,000 2562
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