To find dinosaurs, you start by looking in the right places.
1. Game Ranges
The hunt for any large game must begin in the quarry's natural ranges, in territory where the game can be found. Just as explorers once mapped the ranges of great safari animals, geological explorers have gradually mapped most of the world's geology, identifying the ages and types of strata exposed at the ground surface. New explorations continue to add locations to our maps of where dinosaurs are likely to be found, with discoveries now reported from even the frozen continent of Antarctica.
However, you don't need a new location to find new dinosaurs. Many great dinosaur hunting ranges that were discovered long ago are still rich with Mesozoic game, and continue to produce new and remarkable finds. For our mission Phaeton Group would journey to a target zone whose prehistoric trophy finds had already made it famous more than a hundred years ago.