A South London Park of Inaccurate Dinosaur Sculptures That Must Legally Stay Inaccurate

In episode of his series Amazing Places, Tom Scott visits Crystal Palace Park in London, the home of scientifically inaccurate dinosaur sculptures created more than 150 years ago. The sculptures represent models of what scientists of the time thought dinosaurs looked like based on early evidence of the extinct beasts. Because of a law in the United Kingdom, the park and the dinosaurs cannot be destroyed or updated, despite their inaccuracies.