Turns out you can’t run a dinosaur museum out of your house, at least not in Escondido.

An Escondido elementary-school teacher and amateur paleontologist, Keith Roynon, has been collecting fossils since he was a kid in Santa Cruz. He has been inviting local schools to bring groups of kids to see his collection, which he’s been displaying since 2000 at the Roynon Museum of Paleontology–part of his house.

Seems his neighbors took exception and the city told him to shut down the museum and the tours by July 2, 2015, according to the San Diego Reader. He’s looking for a new location to prevent his museum from going extinct.

Source: I live with dinosaurs | San Diego Reader