In the 1940s, Dr. Jerry Sperger leased some land near Daytona Beach that had, in the past, been a plantation. This dude was super into dinosaurs and had a bunch of money from being the first dermatologist in the area. So, naturally, he built a bunch of pretty wonky sculptures of prehistoric beasts on the parkland. Also naturally, it wasn’t really a draw for anyone, and Bongoland closed five years after it opened. The area is a park now, and the sculptures have been left to stay or decay as they will.