Glendive, Montana: Glendisaurus - Dinosaur Statue
Built in the 1990s by public-spirited resident volunteers, named for the town.
- Olmstead Drive, Glendive, MT
- I-94 exit 213, then north on Hwy 16 for a little over a mile. On the west side; turn left onto Olmstead Drive if you like.
Glendisaurus - Dinosaur Statue
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Located on Highway 16 just north of Glendive, Montana is a giant dinosaur that they have named Glendisaurus. It's in a public park right off the highway. The plaque by the dinosaur reads:
Glendisaurus [Christy Hook, 04/24/2007]
This triceratops dinosaur is dedicated to the community. It was made a reality by the people, businesses and organizations of this community through their generous donations and hundreds of volunteer hours. A dream of Joe Crisafulli and Len Watson. Designed and spearheaded by Craig Hostetler and Dan Bushnell 1994-1997.
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