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New world of dinosaurs has arrived

30 June 2006

Will the deadly Coelophysis be too frightening for some visitors to Dino Jaws?

Will the deadly Coelophysis be too frightening for some visitors to Dino Jaws?

Enter an amazing world of dinosaurs and explore the often gruesome subject of what they ate for dinner. 

See the flesh-eating T.rex and the plant-munching Iguanodon in Dino Jaws, the new exhibition at the Natural History Museum.

See a feeding frenzy of devouring dinosaurs as they munch on their dinner.

Explore a scene straight from ancient times with the most lifelike animatronic dinosaurs ever seen.

Children at Dino Jaws

Intriguing fossil evidence, scientific insights and fun hands-on exhibits reveal everything scientists know about what dinosaurs ate.

The unmissable exhibition is for families with children aged four and over.

Tickets cost £8, £5 concessions, £21 family ticket and is free to children aged three and under.

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