The dinosaurs exhibit just opened at the Mary Brogan Museum. It features a variety of electronically controlled, lifelike dinosaur models placed in their natural settings.
Museum employees say the dinosaurs on display have a universal appeal to people of all ages.
Chase Porter, one of the dinosaur exhibit tour guides, says, "They're so big and we can't see them anywhere moving and alive like we can here at the museum right now, so people just naturally gravitate towards that because it's something they've never seen before."
The dinosaurs exhibit will be at the Mary Brogan Museum until May 2006.
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