Lufeng Dinosaur Museum
Lufeng is the site of numerous Jurassic dinosaur discoveries, first found there in 1938. Most well known is Lufengosaurus, a Jurassic prosauropod. More recently, teeth and a skull of Ramapithecus, a Miocene period primate related to the orangutan, have been found in Lufeng. 
The Lufeng Dinosaur Museum includes the hall of ancient living beings where four complete dinosaur skeletons ranging from 2.4 meters to 9 meters in length are on display. In addition, there is a display of photographs and diagrams of dinosaurs from around the world. The museum includes the hall of ancient bronzeware and earthenware and the hall of ancient Pithecanthropus. 
- Ben Creisler, Dinosauria Translation and Pronunciation Guide.
- Dennis A. Etler, The fossil hominoids of Lufeng, Yunnan Province, the People's Republic of China: A series of translations, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 27, Issue S5, pp. 1 - 55 (2005)
- Yunnan - Lufeng Dinosaur Fossils