Talk:World's Largest Dinosaur

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The information that I provided is from a brochure that I obtained at the Drumheller Information Center in Drumheller. I am not sure that the matter that I inputted is advertising or that it is trying to sell anything. If you still feel that the page is blatant advertising please remove it. Prakashsubbarao 00:09, 1 June 2007 (UTC)

I had nothing to do with anything on this article up to this point. My guess is that it got the "speedy deletion" tag for notability and because the name seems a bit misleading. There are lots of various local roadside attractions here and there, like "The Big Apple" in Ontario on 401, the entrance to Gatorworld in (near?) Orlando, Florida... perhaps, if there isn't one already, some of these could be gathered together into a larger article on such roadside attractions generally? That would take care of the notability question, and would make this a useful chapter in a larger article of broader scope. Xenophon777 00:12, 1 June 2007 (UTC)
Request move: how about moving the page to World's Largest Dinosaur (Drumheller)? It woudn't be an absolute claim of size, and it would retain the official name of the museum. --Qyd 13:20, 7 June 2007 (UTC)


There's nothing about the history of the thing. How old is it? Who had it made? CFLeon (talk) 19:29, 19 July 2010 (UTC)