Paleo Pines Dinosaur Care: A Guide to Pens, Biomes & Feeding Works

Welcome to Paleo Pines, where the ancient world comes to life! At our dinosaur sanctuary, we take pride in providing a safe and nurturing environment for these magnificent creatures. In this article, we’ll walk you through the essentials of caring for our prehistoric residents, focusing on three key aspects: dinosaur pens, biomes, and feeding.

Dinosaur Pens

Dinosaur pens are the heart of our sanctuary. These enclosed areas are specially designed to mimic the natural habitats of the dinosaurs. Each pen is carefully crafted to cater to the unique needs of different species. Here’s a glimpse of some common dinosaur pens at Paleo Pines:

SpeciesPen TypeKey Features
Tyrannosaurus RexEnclosedHigh walls, secure gates, and ample space for movement
TriceratopsFencedSpacious grasslands, water source, and rock formations
BrachiosaurusOpenTall trees, freshwater lake, and lush vegetation

Ensuring the safety and comfort of our dinosaurs is our top priority. Our pens are regularly inspected and maintained to prevent any escapes or injuries.

Dinosaur Biomes

Within the pens, we create distinct biomes to match the dinosaurs’ native environments. These biomes play a crucial role in their well-being. Let’s take a look at some of these biomes:

  1. Forest Biome: Perfect for herbivores like the Triceratops, this biome features dense foliage, streams, and grazing areas.
  2. Desert Biome: Some species, such as the Velociraptors, thrive in arid conditions. We recreate desert biomes with sand, rocks, and limited vegetation.
  3. Swamp Biome: Dinosaurs like the Spinosaurus enjoy the swampy terrain. We maintain wetlands with muddy banks and plenty of fish for them.

Feeding Dinosaurs

Feeding our prehistoric friends is a crucial aspect of their care. We strive to replicate their diets from the past as closely as possible. Here’s an overview of what some of our dinosaurs eat:

DinosaurDietExample Foods
BrachiosaurusHerbivoreFerns, cycads, and conifers
Tyrannosaurus RexCarnivoreLarge prey like Hadrosaurs and smaller scavenged animals
StegosaurusHerbivoreFerns, cycads, and low-lying plants

Our dedicated team of paleontologists and veterinarians carefully research and prepare the diets for each species. We also ensure that the food is fresh and suitable for their digestive systems.


At Paleo Pines, we take immense pride in our commitment to providing the best care for our prehistoric residents. Our dinosaur pens, biomes, and feeding practices are designed to recreate the ancient world and promote the health and well-being of these magnificent creatures. We hope you’ve gained insight into how we care for our dinosaurs, and we invite you to visit our sanctuary to witness these majestic creatures up close.

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