If you ask a hundred people on the street the following question, “Where would I go to see living dinosaurs?” most will reply “Kong Island” or “Skull Island” or “Island of the Skull!”  with Maple White Land being a not-so-close second.  King Kong is THAT famous.

But despite this fame, what we know about The Island of the Skull isn’t much.  We do not even know the island’s real name as it is often called by many names, some of which I mentioned in the preceding paragraph.  Even the exact location is but a guess.  You go to Sumatra, head west to 2 degrees south by 90 degrees east, then head SW until you hit a fog bank and if you manage to penetrate the reefs hidden within that bank, you will find an island that has a general shape of a skull!

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