Tyler Lyson has been hunting dinosaurs in the Badlands of North Dakota his whole life. Growing up in a family steeped in fossil fuels, Tyler benefited from access to land, heavy equipment, and a remarkable knack for finding prehistoric creatures. (He’s like a human tuning fork for dinosaur bones.) Every year, Tyler invites volunteers — average folks from all walks of life — to join him on a dig at the Hell Creek Formation, one of the most bone-rich areas of the world. Here you can actively participate in every phase of the process — from mud to museum. MEL Films joined Tyler at the end of one of his annual “dino camp” excursions to dig up an intact 7-foot triceratops skull. And while we were there, he made an extremely rare discovery look easy by finding another one. Watch the film above for a glimpse into the real Jurassic Park.