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by Mac McMullen / January 24, 2008 4:41 AM PST

DINOS ALIVE. A travelling dinosaur exhibit.

Life size animated, including sound, replicas.

To attend if/when in your area would not be a waste of time.

Written explanation at each exhibit, as well as knowledgeable

In one of the rooms they have a large sand play area set up
with what appears to be bones buried in the sand. There were
many youngster aspiring archeologists busy carefully brushing
sand to expose the bone formations.

Watch for it - DINOS ALIVE.

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I thought it was about Dean Martin.
by James Denison / January 24, 2008 5:25 AM PST
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What a shock that would have been. Found alive with Elvis in Las Vegas. A double shock.

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That would be an outstanding exhibit to see!
by Angeline Booher / January 24, 2008 6:48 AM PST
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For both children and adults!

Some time ago I think I heard in a program that there was some question about what, if any sounds, those huge reptiles made.

I can stand corrected, but I think alligators and crocodiles make more of a hissing sound.

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