An Apatosaurus, commonly called Brontosaurus from the Jurassic Period and his buddy Triceratops from the Late Cretaceous Period are really digging the history of south Florida as they pay a visit to the Southeastern States Field Office, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Although they are non-natives, they will be making their home, very soon, in the new dinosaur garden at Palm Beach Children’s Hospital at St. Mary’s Medical Center, West Palm Beach, to entertain children being treated there.
Hoping to get in some sight-seeing before settling down, they’re visiting the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse ONA, July 24-31, 2013. It is rumored that the pair are very eager to earn their “I survived the climb” certificates! After being trucked in and placed by crane on the western side of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, the dino-duo are ready to be photographed by touring visitors.
Stayed tuned for dino-developments at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse ONA: http://on.doi.gov/154aqU0