Dinosaurs Come to Life in France's "Jurassic World" Exhibit
Enthusiasts of the age of reptiles marveled on Tuesday at dinosaur displays of real-life sizes at a Paris exhibition of the blockbuster hit "Jurassic World."
Opened to the public on Saturday, the exhibition featured moving giant replicas of dinosaurs, including stegosaurus, triceratops and the ferocious T. rex.
Attendees walked around a space transformed into a dimly lit jungle as monstrous roars echoed all around. They also experienced a fake laboratory where mock baby dinosaurs dozed in incubators.
Most spectators, of all ages, were amazed by the displays, saying they look realistic and are reminiscent of the dinosaur era.
Held at the La Cite du Cinema hall near Paris, the exhibition will last until September 2nd.