In April 2000, it was added to the important collection of fossils in Neuquén an irresistible attraction. An animatronic dinosaur developed in conjunction with the National University of Córdoba.
A copy of a Abelisaurius Comahuensis (actually it is a breeding of the species) is in fact the first mechanical dinosaur from Argentina and is able to make a dozen of moves in addition to an intimidating attack noise.
Along with the robot it was presented the size replica of the head of a Giganotosaurus Carolini. The work was done by artist Aldo Beroisa from El Chocón Museum. The project is making all the animal's body by with perhaps is achieved one of the most impressive reproductions of the discipline. Just a visit to the museum of the National University of Comahue and see the head of giganoto alone is enough to understand.
Lake Barreales Paleontology Center (CEPALB) is located in Loma de la Lata, within the territories of the community Paynemil, 90 km from Neuquén by provincial routes 7 and 51.
Dino Project is the largest paleontological venture that has the province and the country, which emerged from research conducted by scientists at the University, and that currently receives hundreds of visitors a year. Guided tours have an extension of an hour and a half and cover excavation, laboratory and showroom.
Hours: daily from 9 to 19 hours.
Input value: $4 for children under 10, $6 for ages 10 years and $15 for foreigners. (argentinean currency)
To contact you can call the phone (0299) 154048614, or via mail to email@example.com o firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the official website of the museum: www.proyectodino.com.ar