"Jurassic World: The Exhibition," an exhibit that allows visitors to experience a real-life Jurassic Park, is opening today at the Franklin Institute in North America. "Jurassic World: The Exhibition" guests are given the chance to tour a park filled with dinosaurs to recreate the hit 2015 film "Jurassic World."
"Jurassic World: The Exhibition" is a simulation that will bring people to the movie's Isla Nublar where they can explore and discover huge animatronic dinosaurs. Some dinosaurs that can be seen include a 24ft. Brachiosaurus and a life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex, The Morning Call reported.
"Jurassic World: The Exhibition" animatronic dinosaurs are said to be created based on fossils, dinosaur DNA and paleontological specimens. The specimens are from Creature Technology Co, a company known for creating life-size dinosaurs for Philadelphia's "Walking with Dinosaurs" arena in 2007.
Paleontologist Jack Horner who was also an adviser to the film "Jurassic World" is one of the men behind the "Jurassic World: The Exhibition." Children ages three to 11 years old are allowed to enter the exhibit and it will run until April 23, 2017.
Meanwhile, another dinosaur-themed project has been proposed to be funded by 2017 in Japan, Telegraph reported. It is suggested to be called Dino-A-Park where Dino-A-Live, animatronic life-sized dinosaurs, will make their debut.
Dino-A-Park is a project headed by Japanese entrepreneur Kazuya Kanemaru, the CEO of On-ART Corp that sells balloon replicas of comic heroes as well as dinosaurs. Dino-A-Park is planned to be an actual theme park quite similar to "Jurassic World: The Exhibition."
"Jurassic World: The Exhibition" is open from Thursday to Saturday at 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m for its daytime schedule and at 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the evening program. What can you say about "Jurassic World: The Exhibition" and Dino-A-Park? Let us know your thoughts by dropping a comment below.