Wyoming Dinosaur Center | Washington Post

Tucked in the heart of Wyoming, a bit over an hour away from Yellowstone National Park, is the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, a place where tourists are invited to travel back 100 million years and unearth fossils of the grand reptilian creatures who roamed the earth before us (a fancy way of saying dinosaurs, that is also technically inaccurate since scientists think dinosaurs are more like birds than reptiles, but still).

It’s also a much safer, just as fun alternative to Jurassic Park.

Boundless partnered with The Washington Post and trekked out to the Wyoming Dinosaur Center to capture a dig, meet with paleontologists and scientists, and figure out what it looks like to go back to the time of the dinosaurs.

Read the full story here.