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Field Station: Dinosaurs

Field Station: Dinosaurs is an outdoor prehistoric theme park formerly located on Snake Hill in Secaucus, New Jersey. After a weekend of record crowds, the park closed on September 7, 2015 and is currently in search of a new home. Possible future locations include Derby, Kansas and West Milford, New Jersey. The park is designed to resemble a dinosaur dig site within the first few weeks of a discovery. The exhibition features a walking tour with 32 full-size animatronic dinosaurs, along with interactive exhibits designed to educate children about dinosaurs within the context of the local ecosystem. It opened in 2012 under president and chief executive producer, Guy Gsell, a lifelong dinosaur enthusiast. In 2012 it was named Best Local Theme Park by Time Out New York and in 2013 Field Station: Dinosaurs was named the second best dinosaur theme park in the world. Fodor's named Field Station: Dinosaurs one of the World's best Spots for Dinosaur Lovers on March 6, 2014. Field Station: Dinosaurs lost its lease on the property to make room for a new campus of the Hudson County High Schools of Technology.

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