Natural History Museum’s Dino Jaws exhibition open in Leeds

CLOSE ENCOUNTER Nathan Rignall, 11, takes a closer look at a Euoplocephalus at the exibition.
CLOSE ENCOUNTER Nathan Rignall, 11, takes a closer look at a Euoplocephalus at the exibition.
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Visitors can come face to face with a giant T-Rex at the Dino Jaws exhibition in Leeds this summer. The Natural History Museum’s hugely popular exhibition has returned to the UK for the first time in three years.

It features 10 animatronic dinosaurs, including a three-quarter life size T-Rex.

ROARING SUCCESS Alexander Rignall, nine, meets the T-Rex.

ROARING SUCCESS Alexander Rignall, nine, meets the T-Rex.

New Dock Hall managing director James Vincent said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming the crowds to this blockbuster exhibition!

“To be included in the exhibition’s world tour along with some the world’s best science and history museums is a great accolade.”

Dino Jaws is open daily until September 7, 10am-6pm.

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