National Geographic : 1965 Jun
Which of these 4 dinosaurs is your favorite? (See them in Sinclair Dinoland at the World's Fair) BRONTOSAURUS, a 70-foot dinosaur... roamed the earth over a hundred million years ago when Nature was mellowing the petroleum that Sinclair now refines into the best gasolines and oils. TRICERATOPS means "three horns on the face." This 10-ton dinosaur lived in Montana and Wyoming during the Cretaceous Period. We know our favorite. It's Brontosaurus... Sinclair's famous trademark. Millions saw him and 8 other life-sized dinosaurs in Sinclair Dino land at the New York World's Fair. We hope you and your family come to the Fair this summer ... See this exciting re-creation of prehistoric times. For a more pleasant trip, we'll be happy to plan your route through interesting sections of the country. For example, the Dixieland Trail covers ANKYLOSAURUS looks dangerous but this 20-foot "walking fortress" was a harmless vegetarian. TYRANNOSAURUS, largest, fiercest meat-eater that ever lived. He had teeth 6 inches long-and a mouth as big as a power shovel. 5 southern states, takes you over 6000-foot peaks to secluded ocean beaches, historic forts, battle grounds, elegant antebellum homes, many other landmarks of the old South. This Sinclair service is free. Write Sinclair Tour Bureau, 600 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10020. Tell us the S/nC areas you want to visit in U. S., Canada or Mexico.