A Henderson man who turned his back yard into a dinosaur park got a rare new addition Friday.
Steve Springer is the curator of Shan-gri-la Prehistoric Park, which features 35 dinosaur statues. The 36th statue arrived Friday and a crane had to be used to put it in the park.
It is a 21-foot long, 78-inches high and 51-inches wide replica of a postosuchus, which was a carnivore that lived in the late Triassic period.
The company that made the dinosaur model has stopped making this kind. He is the only of his type in North America.
"I wanted to put something in it that would give everybody a smile every time they came by, and I thought about how hard it would be to do dinosaurs?" Springer said.
It took Spring six months to bring the statue from the Philippines.