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Watch out bubby!

29 Mar 2011

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Luke Roberts, 4, keeps an eye out for danger at the new Docklands ‘Dinosaurs Alive!’ exhibition at Waterfront City.

Luke and his baby brother Aden, 11 months, from Seaford were two of the many children to be thrilled by the life-like exhibition within the piazza tent last month.

The show runs every day until May 8 between 9.30am and 5pm and features seven scale-size, robotic moving dinosaurs including the mighty stegosaurus and tyrannosaurus rex.

Set in a huge indoor forest themed exhibition space, Dinosaurs Alive! is an amazing display of the life-like dinosaurs that ruled the earth for more than 160 million years.

For more information, see  http://www.dinosaursalive.tv

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