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Next time you’re in Ahmedabad, do visit the Dinosaur park at Indroda

Updated On Oct 26, 2016 08:01 PM IST
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This photograph taken on August 30, 2016 shows a life-sized model of a dinosaur at the Dinosaur and Fossil Park at Indroda in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Oct 26, 2016 08:01 PM IST

This photograph taken on August 30, 2016 shows a life-sized model of a dinosaur at the Dinosaur and Fossil Park at Indroda in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad. (AFP)

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A pigeon leaves its nest from inside the jaws of a life-sized model of a dinosaur at the park in Gandhinagar. Not many know that Aaliya Sultana Babi, a member of the royal family that once ruled the Balasinor Estate in Gujarat, is often called the Dinosaur Princess for her keen interest in protecting prehistoric fossils and now promoting the fossil park. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Oct 26, 2016 08:01 PM IST

A pigeon leaves its nest from inside the jaws of a life-sized model of a dinosaur at the park in Gandhinagar. Not many know that Aaliya Sultana Babi, a member of the royal family that once ruled the Balasinor Estate in Gujarat, is often called the Dinosaur Princess for her keen interest in protecting prehistoric fossils and now promoting the fossil park. (AFP)

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Seen here is a life-sized model of a dinosaur at the park. One of Aalia’s most-prized possessions is a fossilised dinosaur egg she found an unsuspecting villager using to grind spices on her ancestral lands, an area billed as India’s Jurassic Park. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Oct 26, 2016 08:01 PM IST

Seen here is a life-sized model of a dinosaur at the park. One of Aalia’s most-prized possessions is a fossilised dinosaur egg she found an unsuspecting villager using to grind spices on her ancestral lands, an area billed as India’s Jurassic Park. (AFP)

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Another life-sized model of a dinosaur. Aalia rescued the egg and it now has pride of place among her collection of prehistoric fossils, part of a lifelong legacy of protecting the dinosaur remains on the land her family once ruled over. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Oct 26, 2016 08:01 PM IST

Another life-sized model of a dinosaur. Aalia rescued the egg and it now has pride of place among her collection of prehistoric fossils, part of a lifelong legacy of protecting the dinosaur remains on the land her family once ruled over. (AFP)

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Nature educator Kusum Suthar gesturing as she speaks at the dinosaur park. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Nature educator Kusum Suthar gesturing as she speaks at the dinosaur park. (AFP)

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Nature educator Kusum Suthar speaks at the dinosaur park. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Nature educator Kusum Suthar speaks at the dinosaur park. (AFP)

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Seen here are schoolchildren listening to an instructor at the dinosaur park. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Seen here are schoolchildren listening to an instructor at the dinosaur park. (AFP)

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