Clive Palmer files for ‘Palmersaurus’

PalmersaursuMining billionaire Clive Palmer has registered a trade mark for the logo of his soon-to-open dinosaur park, now called ‘Palmersaurus’.

The trade mark for the logo (pictured) was filed by Palmer on September 26.

It covers 14 classes of various entertainment and souvenirs; from ‘entertainment services’ and ‘theme parks’ to ‘lunch boxes’ and ‘clothing’.

Promising to be the “largest dinosaur park in the world”, Palmersaurus is scheduled to open in late November this year at the Palmer Coolum Resort in Queensland, Australia. It will feature over 160 exhibits, including life-size dinosaur models.

The trade mark application is at the status of ‘Indexing Approved’, meaning it has not been seen by an IP examiner yet.

Click to view a screenshot of Clive Palmer’s ‘Palmersaurus’ trade mark application.