New Jurassic World exhibit will feature life-sized dinosaurs

One of my greatest regrets in life is that I won’t live long enough to see dinosaurs come back to life through, I wanna say, science. Another is that I’ll never be able to get over my fear of carnies. Though that last one is a lost cause, the first one is slowly being remedied thanks to a special new exhibit.

EW heard the word that a unique JURASSIC WORLD-themed exhibit called JURASSIC WORLD: THE EXHIBITION is coming to the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia and will run from November 25 until April 2017 and will feature life-sized, anamatronic dinosaurs.

According to the institute's website, visitors will be able to venture to the Isla Nublar and gaze upon dinosaurs like the Brachiosaurus, the Velociraptor, and the go-to favorite, the T-Rex. The exhibit was created with help from paleontologist Jack Horner, who also worked on the film, and will be “infused with interactive educational elements—drawn from the real-world science of dinosaur DNA that allowed Jurassic World to come to life.”

Here are a few pictures of the exhibit, which debuted in Melbourne, Australia in March:

As you can see, the exhibit has some truly remarkable, massive dinosaurs that will be sure to remind fans of the revolutionary practical effects from the first film. I wasn’t a huge fan of WORLD, but there is no doubt that getting to witness this kind of interactive experience would be amazing, if not only for the life-sized dinos. Finally, I can feel like Jeff Goldblum. Life is really starting to look up for this dinosaur lover.



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