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It's the -- -- his first ever dinosaur exhibit and it promises to be quite a thrill so -- -- with us as we take a sneak peek.
The -- -- -- is the first to greet us on the safari key dates back 280 million years.
Actually isn't even a dinosaur but an early relative of us mammals.
But don't worry there are plenty of dinosaurs on this ride.
More than twenty packed and most of my flight they -- make noise and then there's this.
-- -- to be aware of you we'll get -- on this ride because there are spinning dinosaurs some you'll recognize others maybe not.
He did something different for the prompts you better known for its exhibits of live animals for -- why -- dinosaurs.
Because it gives us the opportunity to provide information about these animals that -- so many years ago.
And also compare that adaptations that they hadn't developed to live in their environment.
The adaptations that I animals that live today.
-- right along on one of these safari trucks there are plenty of great photo ops and -- educational tickets.
Plus it's not just the dinosaurs that are prehistoric but the plans to.
Mostly this monkey puzzle tree -- specialty planted to give the exhibit and authentic feel.
We went to great.
Pains to get plants and vegetation and that kind of mimics the -- -- it which of dinosaurs lived.
And it is even dinosaurs are pretty sure -- side to -- T Rex and all of his friends you can do so.
On the total experience to get here -- this and we talked about 33 dollars a person the exhibit opens on Saturday.
I'm the -- I'm Stacey Dele cat Fox -- News.
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