Thursday, January 07, 2021

Dinos in Pop Culture - Indoor Mini Golf Displays

 Welcome to another rendition of Dinos in Pop Culture, where I look at different instances were dinosaurs have been presented within our everyday lives. A couple of years ago, my daughter and I went to play mini golf at the indoor sports and games place, All Star Bowling & Entertainment in Salt Lake City. While playing we were surprised by the random dinosaurs that happened to be mixed with the other random decoration.

I would assume that this is meant to be a miniature T. rex

Again this is a rather unidentifiable dinosaur, although with the three fingers, I would assume Allosaurus. Although the size of the skeleton would lend to the same "miniature" aspect as the T. rex is above.

And for the last one we have the rather famous recreation of the famous Megalodon shark (Otodus megalodon) jaw, although significantly smaller than the actual shark jaw in real life. 

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