The Ruyang or Huanghetitan ruyangensis may have been a new discovery for paleontologists in China, but the residents of Shaping Village had used its fossil bones for decades in traditional medicines. The community believed that the bones belonged to a flying dragon and had healing properties. Because of this, paleontologists have only been able to recover 40 percent of its remains.
Step back in time to the beginning age of the “Age of Dinosaurs” at Dinosaurs Alive! at Kings Island – the most immersive and comprehensive Mesozoic experience – and encounter the beasts that dominated the planet for over 180 million years in the world’s largest animatronic dinosaur park.
- Interactive and Educational Experience
- Scenes and Stories Based On Real Fossil Evidence
- Excavation Site Replica and Kids’ Dig Area
- Dinosaur Souvenirs and Merchandise