Unearthing the History of Dino Crystal Caves

Believe it or not, DinoCrystalCaves was not always the thrilling race track it is today.  Before the tracks and ramps were built, DinoCrystalCaves used to be an excavation site where paleontologists searched for dinosaur fossils.

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As they dug deeper for these rare bones, the scientists stumbled upon an unexpected finding—precious gems.  It was not long before news of this site’s unparalleled value spread and the masses began storming the caves hoping to get their hands on precious jewels.  After a frenzied search, the crowds left believing they had claimed all of the crystals the caves had to offer.  Only the paleontologists remained trying to round up the scattered bones.

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Resuming their search, the scientists dug deep into the heart of the caves and uncovered secrets not even the public could have imagined.  In the darkest recesses of DinoCrystalCaves lay thousands of shining gems guarded by the fossils of their dinosaur protectors.  Afraid that new rumors of treasure would bring back the greedy populace, the team of scientists abandoned the excavation site, claiming that it was empty and too dangerous to explore.

Years later, the Dragons and Scorpions came across the abandoned site and chose to use it as the location for a race.  With no security or outside presence anywhere to be found, DinoCrystalCaves was the perfect spot for a heated competition between these rival teams.  However, neither group could have ever imagined what challenges and awe-inspiring sights were housed inside the caves.  Head over to DinoCrystalCaves to see for yourself what the scientists hoped to keep an eternal secret.

5 Responses

  1. Anything prehistoric?

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