Extreme Dinosaurs Ends Soon at Science World!

September 16, 2011


Jump on board this global adventure of science discovery where you’ll encounter the earliest creatures of the Triassic Period to the monsters of the Cretaceous Period. Join renowned palaeontologists as they discover new fossils and uncover evidence that dinosaur descendants are still among us. Realistic and scientifically-accurate computer generated animation brings dinosaurs back to life . . . in a big way! Enjoy this larger-than-life film for just $5.50 when you purchase General Admission. Extreme Dinosaurs gathers some of the world’s strangest dinosaurs and gives you the inside scoop on their unique looks and how some may have been related to birds instead of reptiles. These life-sized animatronic creatures come to life and let you experience first-hand what it would have been like to share our world with these wacky reptiles. Learn how their extreme features were adaptations which helped to keep them warm, find food, make babies, and stay safe. This 10,000 square foot exhibition features 19 animatronic dinosaurs and two full-scale articulated skeletons. The dinosaurs come to life with blinking eyes, moving limbs, gnashing teeth and thundering roars. This is the first exhibition to open in our new 10,000 square foot feature gallery space. This amazing new gallery has been increased by 66% to allow for bigger, more mind-blowing exhibitions.

Location Science World Vancouver, BC

Daily: 12noon, 2pm Complement your visit with a trip to the OMNIMAX Theatre!

Source and Photo Credit ~ Science World

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