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Kings Island to open animatronic dinosaur exhibit

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March 21, 2011

Kings Island amusement park has unveiled a new "Dinosaurs Alive!" exhibit in a Jurassic-forest setting with more than 50 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs featuring movement and sound.

The park north of Cincinnati announced Friday that the attraction will debut May 26 and features hand-carved dinosaur models along a 4,000-foot long path covering more than 12.5 acres.

The park says the exhibit's highlight is the animatronic Ruyang Yellow River dinosaur, measuring 72-feet long, 12-feet wide and 30 feet high. The dinosaurs were made by the Canadian-based Dinosaurs Unearthed based on the most recent paleontological information.

Kings Island is scheduled to open its season on April 30. The dinosaur exhibit will require a separate $5 admission fee.


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