Seattle, Washington: Dinosaur Topiary

Two Apatosauruses made of ivy, 66 feet long. Best guess at their weight is five tons apiece.
Address:
101 N. Canal St., Seattle, WA
Directions:
In the Fremont District, just west of the Aurora Bridge, at the intersection of N. 34th St., Phinney Ave. N., and N. Canal St.
Admission:
Free
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Topiary dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Topiary

Topiary Apatosauruses on the Burke Gilman Trail. Five ton, ivy covered prehistoric creatures overlook the Lake Washington Ship Canal in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood.

[Leo Griffin, 11/25/2012]

Formerly at the Pacific Science Center, which wanted to get rid of the them, so they went to Fremont -- the wire framework that is. Ivy plants have just about completely covered the 66-foot-long creatures.

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