Lucy the Elephant: This 65 foot tall, wooden elephant was built in 1881 by inventor and engineer, James Vincent de Paul Lafferty, Jr. She served as a summer home in 1902 and later as a tavern. She was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and has since been fully restored. Exit 36.

Cyber X Designs is Near Exit 4

If you find yourself at Exit 4 on the New Jersey Turnpike, you will be near Haddonfield in Camden County, New Jersey. Haddonfield's main claim to fame is being the location where the world's first nearly-complete dinosaur skeleton, the Hadrosaurus Foulkii, was discovered in 1858. The dinosaur was named after the town of Haddonfield and it's discoverer, Victorian gentleman and fossil hobbyist, William Parker Foulke. If you venture to Haddonfield, don't miss the dinosaur sculpture in the center of town.

Our lead programmer, Hans Kaspersetz, has been programming since dinosaurs roamed the Earth. No kidding! Hadrosaurus Foulkii and him go waaaaay back, man.

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Exit 4: The Hadrosaurus Foulkii is the state dinosaur for New Jersey. What else is near Exit 4?